A "LIFT" MODEL IS MODELING AT ITS BEST
MODELS REVISIT'S THE OLD "LIFT" METHOD OF
BUILDING SHIP AND BOAT MODELS. ALL MODEL BUILDERS (BEGINNERS
AND PROFESSIONALS) CAN ENJOY AN EASY TO BUILD MODEL.
USE YOUR -SKILL AND BE PROUD OF THE RESULTS. LEAVE PLASTIC
AND PLANK-ON-FRAME BEHIND. GO FOR BALSA WOOD.
AN OUTSTANDING MODEL.
method was used by early shipbuilders to develop hull
lines for many famous ships. JAC Models Adopted this
old proven method to produce the kits.
kits come in two ways to build a model. One is cutting
out the shapes from scribed balsa wood sheets and the
other is removing the shapes from precision cut balsa
wood sheets. The kits contain drawings, a bill-of-material
describes each piece together. The construction notes
give the step-by-step sequence of construction. The
painting guide gives the paint manufactures name and
color serial numbers. (Paint
ARE THE KEY.
kits include Assembly and Template drawings (22"
x 17") for the larger models. Smaller models combine
the Assembly and Template Drawings. The Assembly Drawing
identifies each part with a piece number and details
for putting the pieces together. The Template Drawings
include specific details Tor each piece. The drawing*
are to scale and full model size.
ARE EASILY CORRECTED.
you make a mistake, all you have to do is cut the piece
from another piece of balsa wood sheet. the "lift"
method is more thank gluing plastic parts together,
it is using your skill and ability. The Shape of the
model unfolds as you stack the "lifts" together.
completed model is a show piece and is mounted on it's
own stand that is build with the model. These models
can easily take their place on a mantle piece or desk.
many models offered by JAC Models are historic ships
and boats and some are of present day vessels.