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19. July at 23:13:04 Share
scalemates added the Hobby Den Mercedes-Benz Unimog 416 in 1:72 to his wishlist
1:72 Mercedes-Benz Unimog 416 (Hobby Den HD122)
 
Mercedes-Benz Unimog 416 with enclosed cab
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July 18, 2019

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July 8, 2019

PIBWL@scalemates
It's better to change topic name TKS SCM Topic: TKS to TK-3/TKS, to cover all family of Polish tankettes (now there are TK-3 as well, and other vehicles of the family)
4. July at 19:25:12 Share
scalemates Wikipedia calls the family TKS https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TKS
4. July at 19:54:42
PIBWL It's definitely not a family "TKS", since TKS was the last model, also written as TK-S :D If any, it is family "TK". Wikipedia is wrong here. I'm into this topic since 30 years, and on my own page, I call it "TK-3 and TKS" ;) - derela.pl/tk.htm
5. July at 15:43:12
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8. July at 20:17:41
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July 6, 2019

scalemates added a new photoalbum.
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July 5, 2019

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July 1, 2019

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June 26, 2019

Johan Perremans

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1:35 Magach 6B GAL (Meng Model TS-044)
 
Magach 6B GAL
Meng Model 1:35
TS-044
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26. June at 14:29:23 Share
Johan Perremans This was listed as a New Tool, it isn't, it is updated with new parts. (Well, technically, it's actually backdated... :) )
26. June at 14:31:42
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June 17, 2019

Martin Oostrom@scalemates
Tim, I have a question. In the contribute section, I get a kind request to upload the instruction sheets of these two items: Soviet PAG-14 Airfield Plates (ICM 72214, 1:72)
Track Ballast Dark Grey (Gle..kelgrau) (Noch N09376, 1:87)
Obedient as I am (NOT) I checked the boxes. But there aren't any. Is there an option to tick on the product page to indicate there are no instructions?

1:72 Soviet PAG-14 Airfield Plates (ICM 72214)1:87 Track Ballast Dark Grey (Gleisschotter dunkelgrau) (Noch N09376)
17. June at 20:25:14 Share
scalemates good one... right now it is not possible to do so. on TODO
17. June at 20:26:07
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June 10, 2019

scalemates
FYI. The tagline of scalemates was modified from "scale modeling database" to "plastic modeling database" to be more specific.
5. June at 08:37:09 Share
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David Jung The first kits I ever built back in the 60s were Marine Model Company cannon kits and Hubley cars - metal. Extratech, there's probably a slew of companies that have/had non-plastic kits in their lineup. Any of the flying scale model rockets are paper/balsa. Older miniatures are primarily metal.

IDK, I think of myself as a modeler and don't care that much about what the model is made of.
5. June at 13:28:54
scalemates give me a name which does not cover balsa replicas or paper models....(Eduard/MFH/Studio 27 = of course)
5. June at 13:57:29
Slavo Hazucha While I liked "scale" quite a lot, there is good merit to the "plastic" specification - while some models by certain people end up completely covered in all types of composite materials ( ;) ), the starting point is a "plastic" model box and that does constitute the "core" of our hobby I guess...
5. June at 14:15:25
David Jung Is there any particular reason to exclude the old wood kits (that's where the scale modeling hobby as we know it kind of started) and the new paper/balsa kits? If it's Tim's preference, that's good enough, but seems kind of unnecessary.
6. June at 21:43:55
Nigel I agree, David. While "plastic" doesn't eliminate AM, it does eliminate all-metal etc. And I think that some of those paper models are exquisite.

I cannot say I like the change that much. But nor am I going to die on the sword.
6. June at 22:34:32
Ralf Schoenen Hello all
To me it is all about to build a scale model!
It doesn't matter which material is used.
The only „Models" which i would exclude are
the already built and painted Collector models,
for example Corgi Toys,Hot Wheels,Bburago,
Easy Model Aircraft etc.
So if somebody had built for example a whatever scale
Ship from used matches it is a scale model to me.
And what about the lasercut balsa wood Buildings?
These are still Model Kits.But this is only my personal
Point of view.
Cheers and happy modelling. Ralf
7. June at 13:59:39
Christian W I agree @Ralf Schoenen
10. June at 22:18:42
David Jung Looks like it switched back. The earth spinning off it's axis averted...
10. June at 22:25:15
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scalemates
Hi guys, I'm working on a new feature that I will think you will like... You will be able to create "scale modeling projects" in your profile. A scale modeling project consists of 1 or more kits (example: Revell Tornado in scale 1/32 + Eduard PE + Decals from Hahen + PE from Eduard + Figurines from ...). The project can be either be still in your mind, on your workbench or already completed. When creating a Photoalbum you will be able to attach it to a specific project. When you have an "in progress forum thread" on any of the forums you can link to it. When the finished model was published on an online magazine you will be able to link it to the projects....Each project will have a nice page with the links to the kits you used kit, a small description about the project. Links to "forums", links to photoalbums and links to completed models and last but not least a comment section. Hope you like this idea, feedback welcome :)
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Klaus Pagano Sounds great!
I'd add one more status "Smashed against the wall", if something goes terribly wrong!! :)
4. August 2011 at 05:49:12
Stephan Eberhardt Lol !! @Klaus
Hell yeah, we Need that One !!
4. August 2011 at 05:53:59
scalemates haha! good idea :)
4. August 2011 at 05:58:12
Luc B @Klaus lol :) @Admin: sounds great, will you show the projects on the product pages as well? if yes, also on the aftermarket pages? Because now the aftermarket products do not show any gallery articles, or is that a bug?
4. August 2011 at 06:27:43
scalemates Hi Luc, you are right about the aftermarket pages, this is not a bug but it does annoy me that they don't show up. :) The new project pages will show up on all the kits that were used (including decals, PE, resin sets). I can't guarantee yet, but I think that based on the project info I'll be able to complete the gallery articles as well... I'll try :)
4. August 2011 at 07:03:52
SCM79 "The new project pages will show up on all the kits that were used (including decals, PE, resin sets)" => excellent news
5. August 2011 at 06:20:08
scalemates found this one by accident. A lot has changed since then
9. June at 19:24:54
Holger Kranich Scm has so much evolved since 2011. Not only technical, especially on the human side. Many friendships have been developed. Many feelings have exchanged. This is a strong and cool community. Modellers United! :)
10. June at 14:01:03
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June 9, 2019

berni@scalemates
Hello Tim, a specialist has erroneously entered the bandai kits distributed by revell as revell's own kits. will you delete these entries? because these bandai kits are distributed as they are and are not reboxes.
Examples:
X-Wing Starfighter (Revell 01200, 1:72)
AT-ST (Revell 01202, 1:48)
AT-AT (Revell 01205, 1:144)
Slave I (Revell 01204, 1:144)
Snowspeeder (Revell 01203, 1:48)
TIE Fighter (Revell 01201, 1:72)

1:72 X-Wing Starfighter (Revell 01200)
1:48 AT-ST (Revell 01202)
1:144 AT-AT (Revell 01205)
1:144 Slave I (Revell 01204)
1:48 Snowspeeder (Revell 01203)
1:72 TIE Fighter (Revell 01201)
9. June at 15:46:41 Share
scalemates thx for spotting! fixed
9. June at 15:56:11
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Resetting search engine = your stash will be empty in the next 15mins
9. June at 09:53:42 Share
scalemates 3mins to go
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June 7, 2019

José Carvalho

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1:16 Japanese Warrior c.1600 (Verlinden Productions 802)
 
Japanese Warrior c.1600
Verlinden Productions 1:16
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