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1:35 Pz.Kpfw.IV Ausf.J Late Production/ Pz.Beob.Wg.IV Ausf.J (Rye Field Model RM-5033)
 
Pz.Kpfw.IV Ausf.J Late Production/ Pz.Beob.Wg.IV Ausf.J 2 in 1
Rye Field Model 1:35
RM-5033
2020 | New tool
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13. October at 17:38:17 Share
Martin Dubovszki added a new photoalbum.
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Project: Jagdpanther
1:35 Jagdpanther (Tamiya 35203)
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October 12, 2019

Martin Dubovszki added a new photoalbum.
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Updated: October 9, 2019
Project: Jagdpanther
1:35 Jagdpanther (Tamiya 35203)
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Treehugger Such an interesting project. Bad lighting when working is imo very annoying. Hard shadows from a strong light above isn't good either.

I think I will consider making something like this. I wonder, if RGB lighting is preferred, so that you could tune the color, or just use some regular "plain" white'ish light (the ones I've seen and used were a mix of plain white and yellow led SMD's on a strip). At the very least a neutral white'ish color would be desirable, as opposed to a "cold" blue or "warm" yellow color.

I have this Ikea table with a loose table top, so for that it would probably be a good idea to use L shaped base plates to get a firm fix with the table.

Another argument for RGB SMD's could be, when working late, you could adjust the color to an evening environment, assuming that doesn't make things tood dark (more yellow evening light, than "daylight white" light.
11. October at 13:24:04
Treehugger Another thing that came to me just now. When I used LED strips, they were encased in plastic, and so.. I airbrushed the transparent plastic with Vallejo's white primer, to get a more diffuse light from the LED strips, worked nicely.
11. October at 13:42:36
Treehugger Hm, perhaps a simple way to add plastic around the metal beam, is just pull over a transparent hose of some kind, then one could airbrush that to diffuse the light if one wanted that.

The problem I had with LED strips, was having the lights too much in my face just beside my head in my home-made spray booth, so I guess LED strips over your head looks better, but still, maybe don't look directly at the LED diodes.

As for a tubing, maybe a good choice could be transparent water tube, then create a metal bare that fits inside, however, heat might become an issue with LED SDM's trapped inside the hose, perhaps a longevity issue more than fire hazard?
11. October at 13:52:26
Martin Dubovszki You're right, at the two sides of the table, there are two L shaped metal pilons. So the fix is strong and stable. Honestly, the arch itself is suprisingly stable.
Yes, adjustable warmth is a great idea. +1 for RGB LEDs. And yes, the LEDs are enclosed in clear plastic. Priming it or cover them with a clear plastic tube and then priming the tube to create more diffuse light is a good idea as well. However the arch itself could heat up a little bit after long usage. Not hot or anything like that but you definitely feel the heat at the back of the arch. Maybe the perfect solution will be some little pilons alongside the arch to hold some custom made light diffuser.
11. October at 15:29:28
Treehugger Actually, perhaps the metal bar would help cool off the SMD's. :) Sort of like a fan-less heat sink. Uuh, ofc, if trapped inside a tube, then maybe not much again. Hm.

Argh, I've been writing the acrynym SMD wrong earlier: "surface mounted devices"
11. October at 19:32:21
Robbie Sounds like the start of a business. Martin Hobby Lighting, Inc.
11. October at 21:01:40
Erik No That's what I call an innovative solution. ;)
12. October at 07:01:11
Andreas Koziol Great & clean workspace. Love to see others desktops!
12. October at 09:32:55
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October 11, 2019

Martin Dubovszki marked this item as on order
1:24 Laurie 'Lightning Bolt' Barnes (Master Box MB24055)
 
Laurie 'Lightning Bolt' Barnes At the Edge of the Universe
Master Box 1:24
MB24055
2018 | New tool
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11. October at 20:54:16 Share
Martin Dubovszki marked this item as on order
1:24 Tiberious 'Ty' Constellation Hackington III (Master Box MB24054)
 
Tiberious 'Ty' Constellation Hackington III At the Edge of the Universe
Master Box 1:24
MB24054
2018 | New tool
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11. October at 20:51:59 Share
Martin Dubovszki wants this item
1:32 MiG-29A Fulcrum (Trumpeter 03223)
Russian
MiG-29A Fulcrum
Trumpeter 1:32
03223
2017 | New tool
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11. October at 15:42:22 Share
Martin Dubovszki wants this item
1:72 MiG-29A Fulcrum (Izdeliye 9.12) (Trumpeter 01674)
 
MiG-29A Fulcrum (Izdeliye 9.12)
Trumpeter 1:72
01674
2015 | New tool
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11. October at 15:39:12 Share
Martin Dubovszki marked this item as on order
1:35 M1240A1 M-ATV (Rye Field Model RM-5032)
U.S MRAP All Terrain Vehicle
M1240A1 M-ATV With full interior
Rye Field Model 1:35
RM-5032
2019 | New tool
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11. October at 12:46:52 Share

October 10, 2019

Martin Dubovszki wants this item
1:35 Pz.Kpfw.IV Ausf.J (Tamiya 25183)
 
Pz.Kpfw.IV Ausf.J Special Edition w/ figures
Tamiya 1:35
25183
2018 | Changed parts
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10. October at 08:57:29 Share

October 9, 2019

Martin Dubovszki added a new project.
Albums: 2 with 6 images
1:35
In progress
1:35 Jagdpanther (Tamiya 35203)
 
9. October at 17:26:03 Share
Martin Dubovszki wants this item
1:16 Panther G (Trumpeter 00928)
Sd.Kfz.171
Panther G
Trumpeter 1:16
00928
2018 | New tool
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9. October at 07:06:19 Share

October 8, 2019

Martin Dubovszki wants this item
8. October at 12:16:28 Share
Martin Dubovszki wants this item
1:35 British Army Centurion Mk.III (Tamiya 25412)
 
British Army Centurion Mk.III
Tamiya 1:35
25412
2017 | Changed ???
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8. October at 09:13:29 Share
Martin Dubovszki wants this item
1:35 Panther Ausf.G Early/Late w/Full interior (Sd.Kfz.171) (Rye Field Model RM-5016)
Panther Ausf.G Early/Late w/Full interior (Sd.Kfz.171) Clear Turret & Upper Hull Parts
Rye Field Model 1:35
RM-5016
2018 | New tool
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8. October at 09:11:17 Share

October 7, 2019

Martin Dubovszki owns this item
1:35 Panzerkampfwagen IV Ausf. H/J (Academy 1328)
 
Panzerkampfwagen IV Ausf. H/J
Academy 1:35
1328 (13234)
1987 | Changed parts
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7. October at 20:02:39 Share
Martin Dubovszki owns this item
1:35 Tiger I (Tamiya 35194)
German
Tiger I Mid Production
Tamiya 1:35
35194 (194)
1995 | Changed parts
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7. October at 19:59:38 Share
Martin Dubovszki owns this item
1:35 Jagdpanther (Tamiya 35203)
Panzerjäger (Tank Destroyer) Sd.Kfz.173
Jagdpanther Späte Version (Late Version)
Tamiya 1:35
35203 (203)
1996 | New tool
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Martin Dubovszki changed his profile picture.
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7. October at 06:58:30 Share
Gerald Willing Hello Welcome here :)
7. October at 08:18:24
7. October at 16:49:27
Martin Dubovszki Thank you gentlemans. :)
7. October at 19:54:24
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