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Bergmann

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    http://www.design-hsb.de

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  • Location
    Barsinghausen Germany
  • Interests
    Model Building in scale 1:22.5, model railway electronics, Golden Retriever,

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  1. I have a 1 x 2 m rollup on my model in addition two video presentations but see for yourself. But I am still being asked about things that are already being explained there. My summary people are simply looking for an introduction to get into a conversation with one. At the bottom right is also my Cakebox model presented here in the forum.
  2. Thank you for showing it was very interesting for me to follow the construction. Unfortunately for just to look too far to come.
  3. Hi, I had the good fortune to be able to retire at 60 secured, The years after that, are among the best 11 years in my life. I wish you that they too will find a positive solution. The Eggerbahn vehicles immediately reminded me of my own, which I once owned.
  4. This was my stand at NuSSA in Stadtoldendorf on March 2 and 3, 2019. My Cake Box model is recognizable at the bottom right of the front.
  5. Hello My Cake Box model will be along with my Klosterstollen model on Sunday the 17.02.2019 on the Welt of the model building XXL 2019 in the car dealership Härtel in Osnabrück. If a reader from this forum were to be there, I would be happy if he or she is to be recognized.
  6. After this picture I had searched for the representation of the Cake Box dimensions. My Cake Box model in my homemade Cake Box.
  7. At the last competition I had the same problem in Germany and so I just built my Cake Box myself. To compare size, I had submitted a photo with scales. After all, my Cake Box made it to BRM Challange
  8. In particular, I would recommend watching this video: https://youtu.be/aKRTBzxXGRg The video is taken from the point of view of the locomotive driver.
  9. Since I am currently on the road, here is a first glimpse of my presentation here in the forum. For more, I'd probably have to create my own thread, just where best? http://www.rmweb.co.uk/community/index.php?/topic/130593-hello-from-the-klosterstollen/&do=findComment&comment=3052370
  10. My biggest win is a possible extension of my "Klosterstollen" model. And so my Cake Box has made its way into the "Klosterstollen" model. To do this, I first sawed a matching neckline into the "Klosterstollen" model. The Cake Box can be inserted into this section from the outside and, of course, electrically connected to the "Klosterstollen" model.
  11. I have just received the BRM Online edition of January and congratulate the winner.
  12. I have seriously considered taking part and have already written to Phil on 6 November. But I have almost 1000 km of drive and would also need a hotel. That's why someone else is coming and staying there as a good place as you can? Arraving I would drive on Friday and back on Monday. It would be nice, of course, if you can also spend time together under Cake Box model builders.
  13. Why not there is also sweet pizen as a dessert.
  14. So wait and drink tea. Building such a Cake Box model in a maximum of 3 months is a challenge on its own.
  15. I think the vote has gone and what the future holds, we will see. If it looks good, I don't care how the result is generated, from me also a Pup Up 3D diorama. But it should already convince in terms of design and the real size should be clearly recognizable. The question is to comply with the operational diorama or the packaged diorama. I had no way at all to get a cake box others didn't even bother to show the model together with the Cake Box. The statement remains: What the viewer likes is allowed. Only I think I don't like it when all sorts of things haven't been heeded.
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