Digital Full-Size Plans will be Emailed only as a PDF.
Buy as a USB stick that can hold up to eight plans for multiple purchases.
USB, in PDF, JPEG, and TIFF formats are shipped by first class airmail.
You may have the plans printed at a print shop or tile printed on your home printer
Digital Full Size Plan prints on a sheet 40" x 34" 20lb bond
Digital Two page article no building instructions
Suggest previous building experience
Digital emailed files are PDF,
Purchased USB Card includes TIFF and JPEG
Also, USB Card includes several articles on building model boats files are PDF and JPEG
Printing………..IT MAY BE DONE AT A COPY HOUSE
Scale: 1:40. 5/16” to 1 ft
The Baikal was built at Leningrad in 1953, was then dismantled and taken by train to Lake Baikal where it was reassembled. The ship is of iron construction, twin-screwed, with two triple expansion engines supplied by one boiler Lake Baikal is situated in the province of Bur-Yat in Siberia. The province has a size of approx. 500,000sq.km. The capital is Ulan Ude; population of the whole province is about 800,000. It's fairly mountainous (bordering Mongolia), is mostly covered in forests and has huge mineral deposits.
With reference to the model, I would suggest that power be supplied by two Monoperms or similar. Batteries could be lead acid or nicads. The model has a good displacement so model weights are not crucial. Two channel radio can be used, either one each for rudder and motors or fix rudder and one for each motor, steering on the motors.
I would suggest construction is all plastic sheet. Lay the timber decks with veneer to obtain the planking. If one makes the raised part of the boat deck (with funnel on) removable, it will allow ample access into the hull. Owing to the 23Lb. displacement the model should be quite stable in all but the roughest conditions.
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