Assembly

It is the assembly of Gotengo. In addition to the fact that there are many small parts, the difficulty of assembling is high due to the reproduction of the internal structure (I will say it before making it). So let’s go steadily with the feeling that “Rome was not built in a day”.

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I use the usual 0.21mm thickness paper, but since there are many small parts, I also prepared a 0.1mm thickness paper for printing.
So, I will make one of the difficult problems, “Article 9 2-step drill”.

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↑ Parts are arranged across the 1st and 2nd pages. It is 1-5.

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↑ Always cut the parts roughly with scissors and then carefully cut them with a cutter.

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↑ 4 parts are not cut all at once, leaving a margin for easy touch-up.

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↑ Touch up as usual. Part 4 is thin, so be careful … Right photo, comparison of touch-up and non-touch-up …

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↑ After this, cut out the round margin of 4 and touch it up.

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↑ Finally, carefully hollow out the round margin and touch it up.

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↑ It looks like this.

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↑ Attach 1b and 1c to 1a and stick them together in a conical shape. It is a black-and-white photo because the color tone of the photo is strange.

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↑ 2a and 2b are pasted together in a conical shape.

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↑ I attached 3 to the bottom of 1.

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↑ I attached 2 to the end of 1.

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↑ Roll 5 and assemble it into a cone.
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from individual drill This is the blade part.

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↑ It is 4a. I will shape the parts, but … It is an image that the cross section becomes a U-shape that is crushed as shown in the picture.

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↑ Twist and shape the three parts.

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↑ It looks like this.

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↑ 4 Crush prevention … Rather, “paper twist” is used to make it easier to bond. You can get the twisted paper (or Mizuhiki) online or at a handicraft store. (I will use the one I got from konchan. Thank you, thank you.)

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↑ 4 Central part ① Paste the paper twist along the inside.

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↑ It looks like this.

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↑ Paste the branch part ② on the front side according to the cut end of the branch ① in the center.

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↑ It looks like this.

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↑ Paste the branch part ③ on the back side.

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↑ Now you have one blade.
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Assemble 4a to 4i in the same way.

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↑ It’s been a year since I assembled it, but it’s suddenly difficult, so it’s a tough job.

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↑ Other blades are also made.
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Next, attach the blade to the conical part.

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↑ It is a setup to paste 4a → 4b → 4c → ・ ・ ・ → 4i from the joint of 1.

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↑ Cut the root part of 4a diagonally and paste it so that it is wrapped.

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↑ Continue to paste from 4b.

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↑ Attach 5 to the tip and the drill is completed.

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↑ Two-shot with the one made by the previous examination.
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Make this time The tip of the Todoroki drill of Mr. Komatsuzaki’s setting image specification is straight. The movie version has become three-pronged. Also, the filming model of the movie is said to be a triple spiral (Sanjo spiral), but when trying to reproduce the atmosphere of the setting image, it is a complicated two-stage like this time (the angle of the cone changes in the middle) 9 articles I ended up in a spiral.

 

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It is the assembly of Todoroki. As a whole flow, we will make the inside from the front side.
First of all, it is a room with a drill engine, but it feels like cutting out small parts and assembling them, and finally putting them together.

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The parts are 6-10. They are on pages 1 and 5.

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↑ 8a and 10 are roughly folded in half and pasted together. I used to make a spatula with cardboard each time and apply glue, but this time I bought a spatula from a home improvement store. Even if it gets dirty, it is made of poly, so it is convenient because you can peel off the dry glue and use it.

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↑ It looks like this. Note that 6 and 7 have slit cuts and hollows.

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↑ Cut out the other parts as well. In particular, note that 8a has a thin part.

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↑ 8b is pasted in a semi-cylindrical shape.

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↑ Attach two 8b to the top and bottom of the back side of 8a. (This is
meant to be the motor of the upper and lower wire cutters) ====================================== ===================== Continue to build
desks and chairs, oil tanks and front submersible rudders. First, make the base of the submersible rudder.

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↑ Parts are from 11 to 21. They are on pages 1 and 2.

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↑ 11 is roughly folded in two and pasted together. The 12a chair is small, so I assembled it with tweezers. If you stick the armrest a little, it will look like that.

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↑ Assemble the 12b desk and 12c oil tank as shown in the picture.
I will make a dive rudder from here.

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↑ Insert the tubular 16a into the semi-cylindrical 13 and attach the 16b to the tip.
There will be a lot of work to insert it into the hole in the future assembly, but do not insert it forcibly from the beginning ① After the glue of the part has dried firmly and the strength has come out ② Open the hole little by little with a thin round file and insert it It seems to be good to set it to.

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↑ Assemble 14 as shown in the picture (although it is out of focus) and paste it at 13.

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↑ Paste 15 at 14.

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↑ It looks like this.

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↑ Insert 16a into 17a that has been made into a cylinder with a hole. Install 17b so that it covers the top.

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↑ Attach 16c to the tip of the inserted 16a.

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↑ Cut out 18a-18e. 18a is assembled in a tubular shape. Attach the conical 18d to the tubular 18c.

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↑ Make 19l into a cylinder.

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↑ Insert 18c + 18d into 19l and glue.

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↑ Attach 19b so that it covers 19l. Attach 18e to the end of 18c.

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↑ Install by inserting 18a.

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↑ Attach 18 by inserting it into the block (13 to 17) that was made first.

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↑ Attach 18b to the tip of 18a. This completes the dive rudder base (port side).
Next is the work on the main body of the submersible rudder.

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↑ Parts are 20-21. 20a, 20b, 21b, 21b are rolled into a cylinder.

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↑ Mix 20a and 20b, 21b and 21b. Attach 20c to the tip of 20b.

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↑ 21l is glued only to the fold end in the center. The inside is hollow.

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↑ Attach 20a + 20b + 20c to the base of 21l. After that, attach 21a + 21b to 20l by inserting it into the submersible rudder. Attach 15 to the tip of 20l. With the above, the port side submersible rudder is completed.
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Next is the starboard side submersible rudder.

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↑ The parts are the same as the port side.

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↑ Assembly is the same as on the port side. The process of “preparation” to be put together is done quickly.

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↑ 13 makes the handle inside. The port side and the part that is not the target / mirror target. Please be careful.

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↑ I will assemble it like this.

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↑ The left and right submersible rudder parts are now available. It is still a long way to install it on 11 (floor).
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Next is the anchor and ladder.

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↑ The parts are 22 to 28 anchors and 29 to 30 ladders. It is on the first page.

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↑ Anchor winder. Insert 24a into 22 assembled in a semi-cylindrical shape and bond. Install 23a and 23b. After attaching by inserting 25, paste 24b back and forth and it’s done.

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↑ The anchor storage recess is made by combining 26 and 27 as shown in the photo.

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↑ The main body of the anchor is made by pasting 28b bent in a U shape on 28a.

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↑ After putting the main body of the anchor in the recess, paste it on the winder.

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↑ It looks like this.

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↑ For the ladder, 29 to 330 are pasted together on the front and back, hollowed out, and touched up.

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↑ A lot of small items have arrived. That’s all for today.

Assembling the Gotengo … It is a drill engine. In Mr. Komatsuzaki’s setting picture, an engine like the “Sakae type” of the zero battle is drawn. I will make this.
First, from the front row 7 cylinders + back row 7 cylinders to the front row side.


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↑ Parts are 31, 32 and 34.


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↑ 34 should be cylindrical. For 32, after pasting the long arc parts, bend the upper center into a trapezoid and paste it on the opposite side so as to “bridge”.


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↑ Paste the tops of 32 so that the cut end is oval. The side where the bonding line is formed is on the back side.


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↑ Paste 31 on top of 32. I want to take a closer look at the photos and be careful before and after. When viewed from the front (the one without the 32 joint line), the 31 yellow string-shaped part seems to extend to the right.


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↑ It looks like this.


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↑ Seven pieces have been made.
Next is the back row side.


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↑ Parts are 33, 32 and 34. In other words, only the cylinder head part 33 is different, and the others are the same as the front row.


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↑ I want to proceed smoothly.


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↑ 32 should be careful back and forth so that the pointed side is behind (the side with the joint). Since the front and rear cylinders are completed with 7 + 7, we will attach them to the shaft body.


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↑ Assemble 35 and 36 into a hexagon and 37 into a cylinder.


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↑ It looks like this.


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↑ Install 35 on 37. The lower part of 37 is the seam of the cut end. Align the 35 mark “↓” here.


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↑ 36 mark “↓” is aligned and attached.


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↑ 35 is equipped with the front cylinder of 31 + 32 + 34.


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↑ Attach 7 pieces around. 31 Attach the yellow line extending from the end of the cylinder head to the adjacent cylinder head.


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↑ In the back row, add 7 32 + 33 + 34 to 36.


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↑ It looks like this. Next, make the front side of the engine.


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↑ Parts are 38 and 39. 38 has a modified pattern, so the shape is slightly different from the photo.


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↑ Install 37 by aligning the lower joint line with the red arrow mark. Fold the tip to connect to each cylinder.


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↑ Align the lower joining line and attach 39.


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↑ The front side of the engine is completed.
Next, I will make the back side.


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↑ Parts are 40-52. 40-41 is the rear base, 42 is the intake pipe, 43 and 44 are the exhaust pipe, and 45-rear mess.


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↑ Cut out each and touch up. As for 43, only the center ring part is pasted on the front and back as shown in the photo.


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↑ 43 colored triangle marks are marks for bonding 44r and 44l. Exhaust pipes of the same color are pasted together on the front and back.


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↑ The exhaust pipe is completed like this.


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↑ Assemble 45-52 as shown in the picture.


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↑ A photo from a slight angle. Now that the parts are ready, we will assemble them.


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↑ After attaching 40, attach 41. 41 tries to align the joining line on the lower side.


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↑ Install 42 intake pipes at the position of the middle line of 41. Connect to the left side of the two side-by-side “○” at the rear of each cylinder. (Speaking of the cylinder at 12 o’clock)


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↑ Install the 43 + 44 exhaust pipe so that it covers the 42 intake pipe. Connect to the right side of the two side-by-side “○” at the rear of each cylinder. (
Speaking of the cylinder at 12 o’clock) I will install the rear mess.


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↑ Attach small parts to the base 45 as shown in the picture.


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↑ The drill engine is completed.

I will put the accessories and drill engine made in the previous two times in the inner shell.
Before that … prepare the back wall.


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↑ It is part 53. It is on page 3. Fold it in half, stick it together, and hollow it out.


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↑ I tried arranging each part.


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↑ Connect parts 6 and 7 of the inner shell. One of the reasons for using 0.21mm paper … You can use the technique of sticking only at the cut end.


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↑ A piece of paper is pasted on the edge of the bonded part so that it cannot be removed even if force is applied. Stick it together so that the ring part at the tip is closed.


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↑ Attach by applying glue to the inside of the ring at the tip and dropping part 10. It’s like pushing 10 tightly on a flat surface. Make sure the mark is on the bottom.


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↑ The inner shell (front) is completed.


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↑ Attach the torpedo tube 9a to the inner shell. The trick is to make sure that they are rounded and rubbed together before pasting.


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↑ Install 9b and 9c in the same way.


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↑ Combine 8 and 11. The one with 8b is on the back side. Twist 8 into a semi-cylindrical shape and insert it into the center, and attach it by combining the notches and spreading it to the left and right.


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↑ Install the bases 13 to 19 of the submersible rudder on the left and right.


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↑ Install the engine. I will stick the cylinders around 11:08 on the floor, but stick the exhaust pipe at the back so that it matches the details on the back of the floor as shown in the photo. This is the part where errors occur in the paper used, so I would like to make fine adjustments as appropriate.


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↑ It looks like this.


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↑ Before attaching the floor 11 to the cabinet, make adjustments such as whether the holes in the motor shaft 37 and the front 11 can be smoothly inserted.


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↑ Attach glue to the joint with the floor and push the floor 11 little by little from the rear. It’s a good idea to poke it little by little with tweezers, paying attention to the torpedo tube.


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↑ It looks like this.


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↑ When installing the 4th torpedo tube 9d, attach it to the recess of partition 8. In the example, I decided not to install it here.
Next, install the stairs and handrails.


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↑ Attach 29 to 29l. It’s hard to understand, but please refer to the photo.


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↑ Install 29l + 29 on the port side of the inner shell ceiling. Attach the 30s center and 30l on the port side to the floor.


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↑ It looks like this.


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↑ Install 29r and 30r on the starboard side.


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↑ Install the 12b desk and 12c oil tank on the back wall 53.


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↑ 7 Attach the back wall 53 with glue on the back cut of the inner shell.


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↑ It looks like this.


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↑ Install the anchor and hoisting machines 22-28.


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↑ I put the drill part on it.


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↑ I haven’t installed the submersible rudder yet so as not to damage it.
Next are the upper and lower wire cutters.


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↑ Parts are 54-56. 54 is easier to work with if you bend it and then cut it out. Fold 55 and 56 in half and stick them together to cut out.


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↑ Paste 54 on the back side of 55 with a cut edge.


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↑ Cover with 56 to make a sandwich.


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↑ I will make another pair. The gray one is the upper side and the brown one is the lower side. … In the movie version, there were two wire cutters on the bottom and three wire cutters. It is one of the different parts of the setting drawing board.


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↑ Installation is as follows: (1) Insert the round part on the front side into the notch and push it forward. (2) Tilt the back side and insert it into the slit part on the back. It is not glued.


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↑ This completes the inside of the front inner shell.

I will make the inside of Todoroki. The front part of the drill engine room was created by the last time, so the part behind it. It is a torpedo storage and non-commissioned officer’s office. … Before that, we will cut out the inner shell that will house the internal structure of the future.


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↑ Parts are 57 and 58-63. For 58, draw a guideline on the back side with the notch as a guide.


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↑ Cutting out parts-touch-up is over.


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↑ Install by inserting 58 into the notch of 57. Glue while shaping.


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↑ On the port side, attach the tank frame along the guideline.


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↑ 58 bulkheads have arrived. This is the end of the bulkhead installation. After this, the partition is made, the inside is made, the inside is stored, and the partition is put on.
By the way, here is the torpedo storage and non-commissioned officer’s office. First make the floor, pillars and torpedoes.


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↑ Parts are 64-72 for structures and 73-78 for torpedoes.


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↑ Cut out the parts. If you hollow out small parts like branches, leaving a margin, touch-up will be easier and you can prevent them from being lost.


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Install 64 on 67. At this time, pay attention to the front and back of 67 (the one with the narrow cut is the back) and the front of 64 (green circle). Glue is attached to the part of 64 photos and pasted so as to combine the cuts.


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Similarly, attach 65 and 66 carefully to the front and back.


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↑ It looks like this.
Next, we will make an underfloor torpedo crane.


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↑ Attach by inserting 69 or 70 into 68 assembled in a box shape.


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↑ Check the position carefully before installing it on 67. Make sure the front side is 68 + 69 and the back side is 68 + 70.


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↑ I will stick it.


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↑ The underfloor crane has been completed.
Next is the overhead crane.


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↑ Parts are 71 and 72, 69 and 70. 71 and 72 are on the back side when there is a narrow sense of partition drawn as shown in the picture.


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↑ 71 and 72 are 69 and 70. Install two 69s on the front side of the box-shaped 72 and one 70 on the back side. When you have four, attach them to 71 to complete the overhead crane.
Next is the torpedo.


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↑ 74 and 75 are attached in front of 73, and 76 and 77 are attached behind it in combination with ×, and 78 is attached behind it.


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↑ It looks like this.


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↑ Install 4 of the 8 torpedoes on the overhead crane.


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↑ The remaining 4 … Installed at the position shown in the photo.


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↑ It looks like this.
Next, we will make the lower floor, the torpedo shelf, and the upper folding bed.


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↑ Parts are 79-90.


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↑ Attach the floor 79 to the bottom part.


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↑ Install 80 on the lower part of the torpedo under the port side (above the ledges of 64, 65 and 66).


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↑ Attach the move handle of the shelf to the tip of the protrusions of frames 64 and 65.


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↑ Paste 81 and 82 on the starboard side in the same way.


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↑ Paste the shelf 83 at the back of the bet on the port side by inserting a notch.


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↑ Paste 84, 85, 86 in order from the port side bet by inserting the notch.


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↑ Paste 87,88,89 on the starboard side by inserting a notch. Install the toilet 90 on the port side.


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↑ This completes the torpedo storage and non-commissioned officer’s office.
Put this in the inner shell.


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↑ After rubbing and attaching glue to each frame, insert it from the front side.


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↑ Install the upper crane and torpedo part.


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↑ Prepare the inner shell and it’s done.


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↑ Shot with the previous part. I haven’t glued it yet. … And that ’s it for today.

It is the assembly of Gotengo. The partial hatch room behind the previous non-commissioned officer’s room and the command issuing office. This is also the storage part of the bridge. There is no storage gimmick in paper craft. 
First, there is a frame, a central passage, and a lower hatch room.


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↑ Parts are 91 to 101.


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↑ The frame parts have thin parts, so be careful when cutting them out.


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↑ Attach frame 91 to 95. The green circle is on the front side as shown in the photo.


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↑ Attach frames 92 to 94 in the same way.


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↑ Install the floor 97 of the hatch room. First, check the front and back as shown in the picture, insert 97 with rounded left and right between the frames, and then unfold it.


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↑ Glue the left and right stepped parts to each frame while adjusting the shape.


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↑ Attach the work clothes rack 96 on the port side so that it is inserted into the frame.


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↑ Assemble and attach desks 99 and 100 and chair 98 on the starboard side.


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↑ I’m not sure because the photo is out of focus … Connect the square hole on the center floor with the floor below with a 101 ladder.
Next, we will create a command issuing office.


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↑ Parts are 102-137.


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↑ Part of parts 134 and 135 (document pasting net?) Are folded back and pasted together. If you make a notch in a part of the 110-113 handrail, bend it, and then stick the front and back together, it will not easily lose its shape later.


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↑ Furthermore, you can make the 110-113 handrails look good by sticking them three-dimensionally and then cutting them.


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↑ It looks like this.


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↑ I was able to cut out and touch up.


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↑ Join 104a and 104b on the front and back to make a square frame and attach it to the bottom of 102.


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↑ 103 and 105 will be installed later.


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↑ Assemble 106 as shown in the picture.


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↑ Paste it in the center of the command issuing office.


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↑ Make the front control stage part with 107 and 108. I made a reinforcement to prevent crushing with a margin of paper.


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↑ Paste it on the front of the command issuing office.


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↑ Assemble 109.


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↑ Install in the center.


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↑ Install the handrails 110-113.


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↑ We will assemble the periscope with parts 114-125.


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↑ Attach the box-shaped 115 to 117 by inserting it into the part 114. Install 118 on 117.


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↑ Paste 120 on the top of part 119 and 121 on it. Attach the 122 by piercing it. Attach by wrapping 123 and 124 around the bottom. Install 125 on 123.


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↑ After pasting the completed left and right parts with 117 and 125, attach them to the back of Tomomo.


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↑ It looks like this.


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↑ Make the port side wall with 126-128 and 130a-c. The starboard side wall 129 can be attached as desired. In the example, the starboard wall is not attached.


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↑ It looks like this.


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↑ Assemble 131 to 137.


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↑ Install 131.


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↑ Install 132 and 133a + 133b.


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↑ Install 134 to 137.


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↑ It looks like this.
Next is the ceiling and chairs of the command center.


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↑ Parts are from 138 to 152.


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↑ First of all, the ceiling parts are 138 to 149.


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↑ Install 142a. It was better to attach 142b to 142a, but I forgot. This part is the part that needs to be rubbed with the main body side depending on the thickness of the paper used. In the example, the pasted part was trimmed by about 0.5 mm.


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↑ Combine each part.


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↑ Put a ladder back and forth. The ceiling is complete.
Next, I will make a chair.


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↑ Parts are 150-152.


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↑ The chair is ready.


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↑ Install each at the position indicated on the part.


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↑ It looks like this.


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↑ I will install the ceiling.


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↑ I tried to add details as shown in the picture with the margin paper. Install 105 ladders under the floor.
This completes the partial hatch room and the command issuing office.


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↑ I will put it in the inner shell.


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↑ After rubbing together, apply glue to each frame. After that, attach the command issuing office by inserting it from above.


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↑ Attach and paste by inserting the 39 you made earlier.


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↑ Don’t forget to glue the skeleton of the port tank.


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↑ It fits in the inner shell.


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↑ That’s it for today.

Gotengo assembly is the back section of the last time. With a three-tiered structure, the upper tier is the captain’s room, the middle tier is the Subrock launch room, and the lower tier is the Subrock storage.


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↑ Parts are 153-179.


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↑ First, we will make it from the frame and the upper part. The parts are 153-165.


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↑ Be careful before and after, and attach 154 to 153.


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↑ Install the middle 155 in the same way.


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↑ Attach the lower 156 by folding it, inserting it, and then opening it.


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↑ Install 157 and 158 on the upper stage. Install the captain’s room shelves 159 and bed 160.


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↑ Assemble and install the captain’s room desk 161 table 162 chair 163. Since the 161 is a weak part, I decided to install it on the wall side later. Initially, I was planning to attach two chairs, but since the captain’s room will be smaller, I decided to use one.


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↑ The cranes under the upper floor are parts 164 and 165. Assemble as shown in the picture. There are 1654 spares.


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↑ Install carefully before and after.


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↑ The parts of Submarine rocket are 166ab and 167ab. Probably the most songwriter’s hearts in the construction of admonition. If you don’t roll the 166 a little smaller when you roll it, it will be tight when you store it in the rack later. 167 is a pair of tweezers that combines a and b in a cross shape, but the parts are so small that I played them with tweezers and lost some of them.


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↑ I attached it to the crane part.


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↑ 18 left and right can be stored in the lower rack. I will make it by the way.


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↑ It will be exhausted .
Next is the Subrock launch tube.


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↑ Parts are 168-174.


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↑ Combine 168l and 169 and attach to the port side of the main body. Attach 170 to the tip.


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↑ Attach 172 to the tip of 171a and 173 to the rear end. Make 171b and 171c in the same way.


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↑ Attach 171a, 171b, 171c from the front side of the main body and attach 174 to the top. Make the starboard side in the same way.
Next, make the middle accessory and the lower rack.


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↑ Parts are 175 to 179.


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↑ Cut …


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↑ Assemble each.


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↑ Paste it in the specified place.


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↑ It looks like this.


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↑ It’s quite difficult, but … Insert the sub-rocket you made earlier into the 179b and attach it.


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↑ Furthermore, attach it by inserting it into the rack part on the main body side. Use a needle or the like to poke the rack and shape it. Install the gantry 179a at the position shown in the photo.


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↑ It’s done like this.
Finally, put it in the inner shell.


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↑ Glue it and put it in the inner shell so that it can be inserted from behind.


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↑ The part of the captain’s room looks like this.


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↑ It is completed by inserting the back frame 60 and attaching it.


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Up to here for this time.

 

Gotengo is the back part of the last time … Chart room, food storage, dining room, kitchen, bottom jet control room.

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↑ Parts are 180 to 219.
First, make a frame and a three-story floor.

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↑ Frame and floor parts are 180-185.

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↑ Cut out and touch up.

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↑ I will make it from the lower floor. Install 184 on 180. Be careful before and after. Then install the 185b stairs.

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↑ Install the rear frame 181. The side with the bulge on the arrow in the photo is on the starboard side.

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↑ Install the floor 185a on the back side. The design is such that the starboard side panel is open on the assumption that there is a battery compartment under the floor.

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↑ Install the floor 183 in the middle. It is a shape that curves like a bow and puts it between the frames and glues it.

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↑ Install the upper floor 182. Like the middle row, this is also a shape that curves like a bow, puts it between the frames and glues it.

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↑ It looks like this.
Next, we will build a chart room on the upper port side and a food storage on the upper starboard side.

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↑ The central wall is 186 and 187. 189 to 191 are chart rooms and 193 to 198 are food depots.

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↑ Install port 186 and starboard 187.

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↑ Assemble 191a and 191a as shown in the picture and cut the red part later.

440

↑ Assemble other parts as shown in the picture.

441

↑ It is a chart room on the upper port side. Install 189-191 as shown in the picture.

442

↑ It is a food storage & gas & water system on the upper starboard side. Install 193 to 198 as shown in the picture.
Next, make the middle stage.

443

↑ The central wall, port side is 200 and starboard side is 199. (The order has been reversed. Basically, the order is port → starboard)

444

↑ I attached the starboard wall 199.

445_2

↑ I attached the port side wall 200.
Next, we will build a dining room in the middle of the port side.

446

↑ The dining room is just a desk and chairs. The parts are 202 to 205.

447

↑ Make a table by pasting 202a and 202b, 203a and 203b, 204a and 204b, 205a and 205b.

448

↑ 202 is assembled so that it looks like a chair.

449

↑ The table and chairs are ready.

450

↑ Paste the 205 table and paste the chair.

451

↑ Paste the chair, paste the 203 table, and then paste the chair.

452

↑ Paste the chair and paste the 202 table.

453

↑ Attach the chair to the back side and attach the 205 table.

454

↑ By the way … Unfortunately, it’s a part that is almost invisible when completed.
Next, make a kitchen in the middle of the starboard side.

455

↑ Parts are 206 to 213. (214 and 217 are also nearby, so I cut them out)

456

↑ Assemble each.

457

↑ Behind the port upper floor … Install the shelf 206 and ventilation fan 207 on the ceiling of the kitchen.

458

↑ Install table 209 and countertop 208.

459

↑ Paste the stove and pot 210,211. Install the elevators 213,214 that connect to the upper food storage, and install the sink 212 next to it. The kitchen is ready.
Next, we will create the bottom jet control room at the bottom front.

460

↑ The parts are walls 215 and 216, and the panel on the port side is 217. Install as shown in the picture.
Next, we will make the lower rear tank.

461

↑ Parts are 218 and 219.

462

↑ Make it a sphere.

463

↑ Attach it to the main body.

467

↑ Attach the 192 card part and the 201 ladder and it’s done. (This is also the part that disappears)
Put it in the inner shell as usual.

466

↑ After rubbing together, apply glue and paste.

468

↑ Install the frame 61.

469
470
471

↑ That’s all for today.

The internal structure of Gotengo will make a fuel tank.


472

↑ Parts are 220 to 232. The setting image depicts a thin tank at the front and a large tank connected to it. First of all, from the thinner tank.


473

↑ Parts are 220 to 224. Fold 220 and 222 in half and stick them together.


474

↑ Attach 223 and 224 to the frame 220, and then attach 222 and 221. The tank on the front side is completed.
Next is the rear tank. … A big change from the conventional form of installing parts in a room partitioned by a frame, we will combine a frame that is integrated with a tank and an air intake support rack.


476

↑ The parts are 225 to 233 and the previously hollowed out frame 62.


477

↑ It is in a cut state.


478

↑ Stick both sides together as shown in the picture.


479

↑ The upper side of the tank is completed like this. Then the bottom


480

↑ Paste a combination of 231a and 231b.


482

↑ The other side is also made by combining 232a and 232b.


483

↑ Attach the upper side and the lower side left and right. There is a big tank in the back.
I will attach the frame here.


484

↑ Install by pushing the frame of 62 from the back side to the center of the tank.


485

↑ Attach the passage 233 in the middle part to the front and back of the frame.


486

↑ Attach the front part of 228 to the frame of 225. Bend it into a mountain shape, insert it, and open it. I’m plugging the frame into the tank … Normally, I can’t even try to plug it in. Force skill is required.


487

↑ Fold the lower corner on the front side of the tank inward, and insert the frame so that the inner circumference is widened. After inserting it, replace the corners.


488

↑ I was able to pass it like this.


489

↑ Shape and glue.


490

↑ Attach the rear part of 228 to the frame of 225 and attach it to the tank.


491

↑ It looks like this.


492

↑ Install the frame 227.


493

↑ Install the front wall and control panel 230. The tank part is completed. Mr. Komatsuzaki’s setting picture depicts a large tank that is crunchy. Actually, there is interference with the water supply port (intake port), so it is likely to be a fuel tank with such a complicated shape.
Before attaching the tank to the inner shell, rub it with the water absorption (or intake) port. First is the assembly of the water inlet and piping.


494

↑ Parts are numbered from page 273 to 280.


495

↑ I cut out 273-276 on the port side.


496

↑ Assemble as shown in the picture.


497

↑ The same applies to 277-280 on the starboard side.


498

↑ Both sides are completed. The parts used this time are 273c, 274c, 277c, 278c, 275, 279.


499

↑ It is a match. File (adjust) the holes in each frame so that the water supply pipe can be inserted smoothly.
Next, put the tank in the inner shell.


500

↑ Attach the front and rear tanks together.


501

↑ Make a match …


502

↑ Align the notch on the frame with the notch on the outer shell and rotate to attach.


503
504

↑ It looks like this.
Next, install the water supply pipe.


505

↑ I inserted 273c.


506

↑ I inserted 274c.


507

↑ Install 275 between 273c and 274c protruding to the outside of the port outer shell.
Next is the starboard side.


508

↑ I inserted 277c.


509

↑ I inserted 278c.


510

↑ Install 279 between 277c and 278c.
Finally, attach the back frame.


511

↑ The parts are 61. Make a match …


512

↑ Install by inserting.


513
514

↑ The fuel tank part has been assembled and installed. That’s all for today.

Assembling the Todoroki internal structure is finally the final stage … It is the assembly of the engine part.


515

↑ Parts are from 234 to 290. 
First, cut out the parts around the frame and inner shell.


516

↑ Parts are from 234 to 242. 


517

↑ Cut out. 


518

↑ Paste 242b so that it stands on the photo part of 242c, and paste 242a there. (The 242c is sandwiched between 242a and 242b to make a U-shape.) Make four of these.


519

↑ It looks like this. For the time being
, let’s set this aside … Next, we will make the engine. Of the four engines, three are normal and one looks like a cutaway. From the ordinary … 


520

↑ Parts are from 244 to 257. 


521

↑ I cut it out. 


522

↑ Assemble 244a into a cylinder with 244b, and then insert the tubular 244c. 


523

↑ Install 245 and 247 before and after the tubular 246. 


524

↑ Check if 246 can be inserted smoothly into 244. 


525

↑ Assemble 248a, 248b, 248c in a ring shape. Assemble 250a, 250b, 250c in the same way. 


527

↑ 249 is a box with a hole in the center.


526

↑ Assemble 251a, 251b, 251c as shown in the picture.


528_2

↑ Make a thick cylinder by stacking 252 to 255, and paste 256 at the end. Please note that the thickness of the paper used and the thickness of the glue tend to cause deviations here. Try to eliminate 255, or assemble 256 into a cylinder and then paste it inward.


529_2

↑ This is the gauge to be used after this. The front and back are pasted together and hollowed out.


530

↑ Parts are 244 and 257 … And I will attach the fins with the gauge just before.


531

↑ Paste 257 around the tip of 244 and insert the gauge while the glue is dry to adjust the fin spacing.


532

↑ This is for one engine.


533_2

↑ Make 2 units in the same way.
Next is the cut engine.


534

↑ The parts are 261 to 271 and the same parts as the previous engine, 248, 249, 250 and 257.


535

↑ Wrap 267a to 269a around 262b and attach 262a before 262c.


536

↑ Similarly, wrap 267b to 269b around 263b and attach 263a before 263c. Install the 270 inside the 271. Attach 264b to the tip of the tubular 264a.


537

↑ The cut engine is ready.
Next, we will put these engines in the frame.


538

↑ It is a part.


539_2

↑ Paste 240 on 235. Insert and install engine shafts 244 + 257 and 261 + 257 into holes 235.


540

↑ Install by inserting the engine cover part that overlaps 252 to 256 on 245 + 246 + 247. Attach it by inserting it into frames 236 and 237. Install passages 241a-241c before and after each frame.


541_2

↑ Install the cut engine. The joint line of each engine was glued and fixed so that it was on the lower side.


542

↑ Insert the four shafts into the main body. When it didn’t fit well, I inserted a thin needle into the gap between the main body and the shaft, pushed the shaft and turned the needle around to get it in. It is a tricky work that four engines and a frame are completed at once. 


543

↑ After attaching the 248a + 248b + 248c ring to the four engines, attach the frame 238. 


544

↑ It looks like this. 


545

↑ Install 249 on 4 engines. In addition, install the 250a + 250b + 250c ring and the 2510a + 251b + 251c ring. In addition, install passage 241d.


546

↑ After inserting the frame 239, attach the bones of 242a + 242b + 242c to the notches on the top, bottom, left and right of each frame.
This completes the engine part.


547

↑ I modified the pattern so that the conical part of the cut part is a little smaller. If you make it well, you can also make it so that the inside rotates by pinching the front fin part and turning it.
By the way, I was supposed to go a little further in the schedule, but it seems that my daughter’s flu has been transmitted and it is down … This time I will do it so far.

I have recovered from the flu, so I will resume the Todoroki assembly. Continuation from the last time … We will incorporate the engine into the main body.


548

↑ It is the intake port (273, 274, 277, 278) and the earth and sand discharge port (276, 280) made before. I installed the starboard sediment discharge pipe 280b.


549

↑ Install the port side sediment discharge pipe 276b. The same is true for the starboard side, but it’s difficult to insert it as it is, so fold it up once, insert it into the frame, and finally unfold it to shape it.


550

↑ It looks like this when viewed from the outside.


551

↑ The installation position of the intake port (273, 274, 277, 278) and the earth and sand discharge port (276, 280) looks like this. I think you can choose whether to install here or not. For the time being, I will assemble it in the direction that I have not installed yet.


552
553

↑ Turn over the inner shell of the main body and attach the engine. Then attach the inner shell to the frame.


554

↑ Attach the inner shell 234 by wrapping it around the rear part of the engine frame.


555

↑ Cut the rear margin of the slit part of 234.


556

↑ Since the rear inner shell of 234 is exposed as it is, we will create the outer details. The parts are 276a and 285a-285d.


557

↑ Install by pushing the earth and sand discharge port 276a into the upper part of the port side.


558

↑ Paste 285a to 285d.
Furthermore, we will make the part of the rear injection port.


559

↑ Parts are 286-290 and 258, 259, 260, 272.


560

↑ For the parts, attach 287 to the inner edge of the tubular 286. Make up the cross section with 288.


561

↑ Attach 290 to 289, turn it over, and attach each engine nozzle 258, 259, 260, 272. Install so that the nozzle joining line is at the thinnest position outside the 289 hole.


562

↑ It looks like this.


563

↑ Attach the nozzle to the inside of the cylinder.


564

↑ The rear part of the jet school has been completed. I haven’t attached it to the main body yet.
Finally, the rear ladder.


565

↑ Parts are a and b, respectively, from 281 to 284.


566

↑ Assemble a as shown in the picture.


567

↑ For b, attach glue to the edges and assemble it in a box shape.


568

↑ You can make a rudder by attaching glue to the inner edge of a and inserting b.


569

↑ It looks like this.


570

↑ Make the other 3 sets in the same way. With the above, the rudder (rudder) is completed.


571

↑ Structurally, it is attached by inserting it into the frame of the engine part. I’m sick because of that, so this time it’s up to here.

We will make the tank-outer shell part on the port side of Gotengo.


572

↑ The parts are 291 to 294 and the base part is 232. First of all, I will make it from around the tank.


573

↑ The parts of the tank part are 291 to 293.


574

↑ The injection ports on the bottom of the ship are attached to 292b, which is wound with 292a, to make four.


576

↑ 293 is folded in half, but I want to make the base part thicker and the cross section triangular, so I used a twist to make only the part that is not attached thicker.


577

↑ Touch up … It looks like this.


575

↑ After connecting 291a and 291b, connect each notch with a piece of paper to make a tank / outer shell. Please use the torpedo launcher 291c as you like.


578
579
580

↑ Adjust the shape by rubbing according to the shape of the tank bone of the main body.


581

↑ Install the injection port.


582

↑ Install 293.
Prepare the main body before installing the tank.


584

↑ It is the part before and after the main body.


585

↑ Glue the cut edge and stick it together.


586
587

↑ It looks like this.


583

↑ The part in the photo of the 63 frame on the rear port side interferes with the spout at the bottom of the ship, so cut it.


588

↑ It looks like this.


589

↑ Paste the rear injection port.


590

↑ It is a rudder adjustment at the rear. If you paste it, you may hurt it, so I will glue it a little later.


591

↑ The part numbers and positions look like this.


592

↑ I feel ready.
The tank side will also do some additional work.


593

↑ Prepare the port side front rudder 211 and intake port 273 that you made earlier.


594

↑ I attached the intake port 273.


595

↑ Install the port front rudder 211.


596

↑ It feels like half-embedded as shown in the picture.


597

↑ Make a sufficient adjustment. The rudder of 211 looks like it is attached to the base of the photo of the main body.


598

↑ Paste the 291d by wrapping it around the tip of the main body.


599

↑ Attach glue to the frame on the port side of the main body and the upper back edge of the outer shell of the tank, and attach them all at once.


600
601
602

↑ The starboard tank and outer shell have been created.
Next, we will install the deck. First is a fine frame for attaching the deck.


603

↑ Parts are 53x and 58x-63x, which correspond to the frame of each number.


604

↑ Attach it to the shoulder of each frame.


605

↑ 62x and 63x can be installed while keeping the left and right spacing by using the margins well.
Next is the deck.


606

↑ Parts are 294a-294e.


607

↑ Connect the front and back 294a and 294b of the deck with a piece of paper.


608

↑ Make a shoulder part by sticking the front and back cuts with a piece of paper. Hollow out the hollowed out part and attach the previously made 274 to the hole of the old mechanism in the center.


609_2

↑ Assemble 294c and rounded 294d as shown in the picture. I tried moistening the 294e to give it a bulge.


610

↑ Attach with glue to each frame of the main body and the inside of the port side cut on the deck.


611

↑ It looks like this.


612

↑ I glued the drill at the tip and the rudder on the starboard side.


613

↑ Attach the hatch 294d and the accessory (rope winding?) 294c + 294d to the deck. The deck is now installed.
I also glued the rear rudder, but in case it breaks, I will make a display stand and put it on it.


614

↑ Parts are 332a and 332b.


615

↑ After attaching the long edge of 332a to the inside to reinforce it, attach 332b to the four corners and assemble it in a box shape.


616

↑ It looks like this.
So, the tank on the port side-the outer shell and the decoration stand have been completed.


617
618
619
620
621

↑ That’s all for today.

The final assembly of Gotengo is the assembly of the bridge and turret.


622

↑ The parts are 295 to 324 for the bridge and 325 to 331 for the turret.


623_2

↑ First of all, we will make from the basic structure of the bridge. The parts are 295 to 306.


624

↑ Prepare each (front and back, touch up, etc.).
Furthermore, we will pump up each part.


625

↑ Paste 295a and 296 together. Pay attention to the top and bottom of 295a.


626

↑ It looks like this.


627

↑ 297a is made into a cylinder with 297b as a margin.


628

↑ Attach the inner wall 298b to the front part of the bent 298a, and attach the 298c to the top.


629

↑ Fold it in half and glue 299a, 299b, and 299c together to make the wing bones of the bridge.


630

↑ Fold it in half and make a starboard wing with 300. Glue only the inside of the rim to make it bulge.


631

↑ Similarly, make the port side wing 301. Now you have the wing parts.


632

↑ 302 a to d are two-fold front and back. 305 is also pasted together, but if you bend the protruding part and then stick it together, the bent part will be stronger and firmer.


633

↑ Curve a and d of 303 and stick them together.


634

↑ Attach 304a to 304d in a tubular shape and attach 305 to the tip.


635

↑ Inflate 306a. Attach the one attached to the ringed 306d to the previous 305.


636

↑ Install by inserting 299 into the left and right holes of 297. Attach 298 to the top.


637

↑299に300と301の翼を取り付けます。波消しの基部302を中央部からa→左右b→左右c→と取り付けていきます。302は上下に気を付けてください。斜めの部分が長いほうが下側です。


638

↑302に303の波消板を取り付けます。


639

↑こんな感じです。


640

↑3つのブロックを張り合わせて艦橋の基本形ができました。下段の左右に295bを取り付けます。


641

↑こんな感じです。
次にこの艦橋の基本形に小物を取り付けていきます。


642

↑パーツは307から324です。


643

↑いくつか折り曲げて裏表張り合わせにするパーツがあります。その中で324は細い棒状になるので中に銅線0.5mmを挟んで強度を出すようにしました。


644

↑貼り合わせの下ごしらえができたところです。


645

↑それぞれ切り出してタッチアップしていきます。


646

↑前部サーチライトの部分、307aの裏に307bを取り付けます。308aの裏に308bを貼り付け曲げます。309aの前後に309bと309cを貼り付けます。


647

↑307の前縁に308貼り付けます。309を貼り付けてサーチライトの部分ができました。


648

↑左右の信号灯は310(312)を組み立てて311を貼り付け、そこに313aと313bで作った信号灯を取り付けます。かなり細かい作業になります。


649

↑前の潜望鏡は320cを銅線に巻き付けて、そこに320bと320aを取り付けて作りました。銅線を仕込むことでかなり強度が増します。


650

↑後ろの潜望鏡も321を同様に組み立てて作ります。


651

↑発信用電探は322bを銅線に巻き付け、付け根の部分に322aを巻き付けます。上部に二つ折り貼り合わせした322cを取り付けます。


652

↑受信用電探は323cと323dで上部の籠状の部分を作っておいて、銅線に323bと323aを巻き付けて作った支柱の上部に取り付けます。


653

↑こんな感じに艦橋周りのパーツがそろいました。
艦橋に取り付けていきます。


654

↑サーチライトの部分、307+308+30を艦橋に貼り付けます。


655

↑ For the left and right signal lights, install 310 + 311 + 313 (312 + 311 + 313) on the left and right of the bridge.


656

↑ Attach the binocular support rack of 314 to the position shown in the photo.


657

↑ I installed 315 (316), 319, and 320 to 324, respectively.
When the glue of 315 (316) and 324 is sufficiently dry and firm, put an antenna.


658

↑ Install 317 and 318 as shown in the picture.


659

↑ It is the aerial line at the rear. 324b has 3 left and right and 1 center, but if you want to raise the flag, use 324c for the center one. In the example, it is made with the flag raised.


660

↑ 324b is easier to work without separating the left and right three as shown in the picture. Paste the top first and let it dry thoroughly.


661

↑ When it dries, cut the bottom margin and attach it to the bridge.


662

↑ When using 324c (flag), attach it like this.


663
663b

↑ It looks like this.


677

↑ It is an extra part. Attach it to the left and right of the bridge as you like.


678

↑ The bridge part is completed.
Finally, make a turret.


664

↑ Parts are 325 to 331.


665

↑ Touch up with preparation.


666

↑ I often get asked “How do you do touch-up?” Actually, it looks like this. A brush with a dropper on the shaft and a paint that has become snappy in a plastic accessory case … Quickly take it out, press the shaft to moisten the brush tip, melt the solidified paint, match the color, and start with the suit from the back side of the part. paint. Wipe the tip of the brush with a tissue, cover it with a cap and cover it, and put it in the tool box.


667

↑ Laminate 325a, 325b and 325c in a ring shape. For 325d, v-shaped cuts are pasted together.


668

↑ Paste 325a and 325b together. Actually, it is the work after the glue has dried sufficiently.


669

↑ A hemispherical turret part was created by pasting 325c and 325d together. I’m making four at the same time.


670

↑ Attach 327b to the tip of the rounded 327a to make the tip of the barrel. It’s a pretty detailed task. I will make 12 pieces. I used the 327a printed on thin paper.


671

↑ Since it is quite small, I used a weak adhesive tape on a piece of paper to prevent it from flying away in the wind.


672

↑ The original part of the barrel is 328 on the left, 329 in the middle, and 330 on the right when viewed from above.


673

↑ Paste it so that it wraps the lower half of 327 with 328b. As shown in the photo, the 328b is thinned by scraping (peeling) the back side.


674

↑ Attach the rolled 328a and the barrel is complete.


675

↑ Assemble 329 and 330 in the same way and attach them to the turret. Install 326s on the left and right sides of the turret.


676_2

↑ It looks like this.


679

↑ Some of the setting images have an antenna-like object drawn on the top of the turret. Use 331a and 331b to reproduce this.


680

↑ Four turrets have been created. There are two antennas (0 or 1 depending on the picture).
Attach the bridge and turret to the hull. It’s a long assembly, but it’s the last step.


681

↑ Attach glue to the inside of the lower edge of the bridge.


682

↑ Paste the turret there.


683
684
685

↑ This completes the Gotengo. Thank you for your hard work.

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