|A concave business end, four engines and some fairings. That's it.|
|Blok W placed on Blok B, same method as before, using strips of paper through the truss to try and keep the whole stack as straight as possible.|
|In this picture it's hard to see the widening of the rocket.|
|Starting work on Blok G, or N1/L3, the part of the stack with the "Moon Train".|
More exciting news after the break!
I was on a thrift store tour with my GF today and we chose to go to our neighbouring province to hope and score some goodies. I stumbled upon and have bought something wonderful: an A-3 deskjet printer!
|I put a regular A4 sheet on the tray to show its size. Its huge! it weighs 12 kilos!|
It's an HP 9800 and although it's 6 years old there's still plenty of cartridges available. Great! Now I can print those big ones myself. I was planning to do a 1/96th shuttle one day, to go with the rocket garden and this is the perfect kind of printer to use. I haven't tried it yet, I've got to buy some A3 paper and some cartridges too I'll do that tomorrow. But to have this big mf of a printer next to my trustworthy Brother DCP 375C is a nice feeling. I will keep you all in touch of how the printer works out. Or not.
But I assume it will.