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Re: Kit instructions site

Postby 144hack » Sat Dec 31, 2011 17:57

Outstanding, MIguell. You have a PM. I think with MIguell's offer on the decal page and Peter's putting up the the US assembly version, I would assess things as a little more than moderately fantastic! It seems I'm becoming increasingly obligated to certain persons in our membership. Hope to be of some service in return.

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Re: Kit instructions site

Postby smeg1959 » Sun Jan 01, 2012 3:01

Great idea, Peter! :D

As Russ said, it's a mystery at least one or two mainstream manufacturers haven't gone down this route to date given how many kits change hands these days, especially via means like evilBay. I'd be happy to contribute to your online collection of instruction sheets once I'm back at work (they have a decent copier for PDF scans), and I'm sure there are others here likewise willing to assist.
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Re: Kit instructions site

Postby Peter_D » Sat Apr 14, 2012 11:09

Hallo, 300 instructions and still counting :)
Polish Sci-fi modeling site: http://www.galaxykits.com
Kit instructions: http://www.galaxykits.com/instructions
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Re: Kit instructions site

Postby Peter_D » Sat Apr 19, 2014 12:40

So it's done. I've created new functionality to create and organize your model collection. You can add kits from actual library or add a new kit to collection. Also, you can mark kits as "wanted" :)
Use this new feature and give me a feedback about it. Any sugestions are welcome :)
http://galaxykits.com/instructions/
example of my stash:
http://galaxykits.com/instructions/stash/1/peter_d
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Kit instructions: http://www.galaxykits.com/instructions
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Re: Kit instructions site

Postby Peter_D » Tue Dec 27, 2016 9:44

Long time no response from my side but now my Kit Instruction have over 2500 instructions :)

Have fun: http://galaxykits.com/instructions/
Polish Sci-fi modeling site: http://www.galaxykits.com
Kit instructions: http://www.galaxykits.com/instructions
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Re: Kit instructions site

Postby Wege » Tue Dec 27, 2016 14:46

in only 2 and a bit years?
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Re: Kit instructions site

Postby Peter_D » Wed Dec 28, 2016 8:08

Yes, something about it :)
Polish Sci-fi modeling site: http://www.galaxykits.com
Kit instructions: http://www.galaxykits.com/instructions
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