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Re: Orderly & Efficient storage of paint

Rod Miller
 

On 3/23/14, 2:41 PM, fgexbill@tampabay.rr.com wrote:
Since the first of the year I have been trying to bring more order and
efficiency to my painting setup and the one remaining frustration is how to
store paint so that there is not just a bunch of bottles on a shelf or in a
box. I would prefer some kind of stand that would permit me to see the labels
and that made efficient use of space. I would also like something I can just
purchase. I am curious if people on this list have found a solution? Thank
you! Bill Welch
In the past the paint manufacturers offered racks for
hobby shop display of their paint products. You might
be able to find such racks from hobby distributors who
carry paints or directly from the manufacturers.

Rod
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Re: CB&Q mystery stock car

Claus Schlund \(HGM\)
 


HI Bob,
 
Thanks for the additional info - I looked over the archives and found the messages you refered to.
 
Sounds like this is a project not worth persuing.
 
   -  Claus Schlund
 

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, March 19, 2014 7:32 AM
Subject: [STMFC] Re: CB&Q mystery stock car

FYI, this topic was discussed some time ago, 2008, beginning with this message, if the Yahoo search worked correctly, message #: 74352; Subject: Lima NYC/NISX stock car model.

The conclusion remain basically the same.

Bob Witt


Re: New file uploaded to STMFC

John Barry
 

Neat work.  Suggestion to simplify though, use three pieces for the floor with symmetrical doors, one the width of the doors and interior width pieces to extend on either side.  For staggered door cars,  five pieces with the section to each side of the car, the center door, and the extensions.  The seams are not critical as they are on board divisions.  This multi piece method eliminates waste and simplifies cutting as you have no complicated insets.
 
John Barry


ATSF North Bay Lines
Golden Gates & Fast Freights


707-490-9696


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Cameron Park, CA 95682



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The Exquisite InterMountain 2-Bay Alternate Offset Hopper Kit

Bill Welch
 

I received my 3 undec. IM hopper kits from Andy Carlson Saturday. Here is quick review of what you get in the box. There are pre-blackened metal centersill and large one piece casting of the slope sheets, hopper bays, etc that serve to provide plenty of weight. These two parts fit together perfectly. The tooling on the many styrene parts IMO is on par with that from companies like Tamiya and Hasegawa for those familiar with aircraft, etc styrene kits. ALL of the end variations and hopper door locks and details associated with these two areas of the cars are included. In my quick look I saw brake step variations as well. Metal grabs are included.

The sill steps are cast onto the sides. I will cut these off and send them to "Yarmouth" in hopes Pierre Oliver and Peter Aue will use them to work their magic to provide us with photo etched replacements. I plan to build mine for the Clinchfield using Curt Fortenbury's very accurate decals that include variations for the "Clinchfield" stenciling.

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful! Get them while you can.

Bill Welch
2225 Nursery Road; #20-104
Clearwater, FL 33764-7622
727.470.9930



Re: Box car Interior colors

water.kresse@...
 

I've seen white or whitewashed interiors with black stenciling and load limit lines inside wood lined C&O box cars and ventilated box cars.

 

All Kresse


From: "Bruce F. Smith"
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Sent: Sunday, March 23, 2014 8:22:52 PM
Subject: RE: [STMFC] Box car Interior colors

Brad,

Whether the car construction is wood or steel, the interiors were usually wood lined.  One color I use for new, clean unweathered wood, is Model Master 4673, Wood.

Regards,
Bruce Smith
Auburn, Al

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Sent: Sunday, March 23, 2014 7:09 PM
To: STMFC List; OSCALEMODELERS
Subject: [STMFC] Box car Interior colors



Fellas,

Some of you paint your boxcar interiors; I would be grateful for your preferred colors to replicate both a wood braced car and a steel boxcar.    I am hoping to avoid a color that is too dark.

Thanks,
Brad Andonian




Re: Box car Interior colors

Clark Propst
 

I like Floquil “Mud”.
Clark Propst
Mason City Iowa


Looking for

Rich Yoder
 

Does anyone have a contact for Wayne Musgrave from Clinton TWP Michigan?

Please contact me off the list.





Sincerely,

Rich Yoder

7 Edgedale Court

Wyomissing PA 19610-1913

(H) 610-678-2834

(c) 484-256-4068


Re: Roof coating / paint

John Sykes III
 

I guess I'll let my secret out.


For about the last 2 years I have been using WalMart's Fast Dry Spray Paint Flat Black (in a blue spray can) for underframes and roofs (when indicated).  It comes out a very, very dark gray and if you are lucky (and spray it too thick on a very hot day outdoors) it alligators and ends up looking exactly like a weathered roof cement. The alligatoring is not too predictable, but seems to happen mainly when you spray it on too thick over some other paint.  Spray it light, and you get a really good roof cement or underframe cement color without the alligatoring.


Don't worry too much if it seems a little too thick at first, it shrinks like crazy, which is what causes the alligatoring when applied too thick.


The can says it is an enamel, but it behaves more like a lacquer IMHO.


-- John


Re: Box car Interior colors

Tim O'Connor
 

Bruce

I dilute that color with yellow and a splash of red, because it seems
too 'tan' to me. Then I airbrush a whole sheet of .020 scribed evergreen,
and cut it up as needed for interior walls.

Also I've painted the underside of car roofs a galvanized metal color.

I only add interiors on cars I model with open doors, or brass cars
that have doors that open and close.

Tim O'

Brad,

Whether the car construction is wood or steel, the interiors were usually wood lined. One color I use for new, clean unweathered wood, is Model Master 4673, Wood.

Regards,
Bruce Smith
Auburn, Al


Re: Box car Interior colors

Bruce Smith
 

Brad,

Whether the car construction is wood or steel, the interiors were usually wood lined.  One color I use for new, clean unweathered wood, is Model Master 4673, Wood.

Regards,
Bruce Smith
Auburn, Al


From: STMFC@... [STMFC@...] on behalf of Brad Andonian [cereshill@...]
Sent: Sunday, March 23, 2014 7:09 PM
To: STMFC List; OSCALEMODELERS
Subject: [STMFC] Box car Interior colors



Fellas,

Some of you paint your boxcar interiors; I would be grateful for your preferred colors to replicate both a wood braced car and a steel boxcar.    I am hoping to avoid a color that is too dark.

Thanks,
Brad Andonian



Re: Orderly & Efficient storage of paint

Bill Welch
 

Thank you to everyone that responded. I went to the Micromark site--I should have thought of that!--and like the 4-tier rack Pat suggested.
Bill Welch


Box car Interior colors

Brad Andonian
 

Fellas,

Some of you paint your boxcar interiors; I would be grateful for your preferred colors to replicate both a wood braced car and a steel boxcar.    I am hoping to avoid a color that is too dark.

Thanks,
Brad Andonian


Re: Orderly & Efficient storage of paint

Douglas Harding
 

Bill I made a holder, using 1/8 Masonite and 1x lumber. Looks like a miniature bookcase, sized just right to hold paint bottles. Actually two book cases that are hinged so they fold together to make a “spill proof” carrying case. It is currently mounted to the wall next to my paint booth. Other times it has sat on top of the paint booth. Construction was simple, took a piece of 1x4, cross cut a saw kerf every 2” (actually measure your favorite paint bottle size), rip the 1x4 in half, thus creating two up rights. Cut equal length strips of Masonite the width of the uprights, glue the Masonite into the saw kerfs, creating shelves. The back is a piece of Masonite fastened in place to the 1x uprights.

 

Doug Harding

www.iowacentralrr.org

 


Re: Orderly & Efficient storage of paint

Tim O'Connor
 

Bill

I simply made 'paint bleachers' to sit on a 18" deep x 36" wide shelf.
I made these with aspen wood (aka craft wood) which is cheap, easy to work
and lightweight. A set of 'bleachers' has 8 rows x 36" wide and holds 200
one ounce bottles.

Tim O'Connor

Since the first of the year I have been trying to bring more order and efficiency to my painting setup and the one remaining frustration is how to store paint so that there is not just a bunch of bottles on a shelf or in a box. I would prefer some kind of stand that would permit me to see the labels and that made efficient use of space. I would also like something I can just purchase. I am curious if people on this list have found a solution? Thank you!
Bill Welch


Re: Orderly & Efficient storage of paint

Walter Cox
 

I have one that I use for small screws and bolts. I separate them by size and store them in empty plastic blood pressure medicine containers. It works for me. Walt

On Sun, Mar 23, 2014 at 3:31 PM, Mark Stamm <mark@...> wrote:
 

Bill,

Micromark has a multi tier lazysuzan like paint storage unit.  I have not purchased one but I keep think it would be the right idea since it holds multiple size bottles vertically.

I'm curious if anyone else has one and what they think

Mark

Mark P Stamm

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On Mar 23, 2014, at 5:41 PM, <fgexbill@...> wrote:

 

Since the first of the year I have been trying to bring more order and efficiency to my painting setup and the one remaining frustration is how to store paint so that there is not just a bunch of bottles on a shelf or in a box. I would prefer some kind of stand that would permit me to see the labels and that made efficient use of space. I would also like something I can just purchase. I am curious if people on this list have found a solution? Thank you!

Bill Welch



Re: Orderly & Efficient storage of paint

Charles Peck
 

I bet someone at my local flea market has a spice rack with narrow
shelves. Cheap.
Chuck Peck


On Sun, Mar 23, 2014 at 5:41 PM, <fgexbill@...> wrote:
 

Since the first of the year I have been trying to bring more order and efficiency to my painting setup and the one remaining frustration is how to store paint so that there is not just a bunch of bottles on a shelf or in a box. I would prefer some kind of stand that would permit me to see the labels and that made efficient use of space. I would also like something I can just purchase. I am curious if people on this list have found a solution? Thank you!

Bill Welch



Re: Orderly & Efficient storage of paint

Patrick Wade
 

I have the 4-tier paint rack from Micromark and it works very well. There are indentations in the tiers to hold round bottles. It is very stable and works well.

Pat Wade
Santa Barbara


On Sun, Mar 23, 2014 at 3:31 PM, Mark Stamm <mark@...> wrote:
 

Bill,

Micromark has a multi tier lazysuzan like paint storage unit.  I have not purchased one but I keep think it would be the right idea since it holds multiple size bottles vertically.

I'm curious if anyone else has one and what they think

Mark

Mark P Stamm

Sent from my mobile device

On Mar 23, 2014, at 5:41 PM, <fgexbill@...> wrote:

 

Since the first of the year I have been trying to bring more order and efficiency to my painting setup and the one remaining frustration is how to store paint so that there is not just a bunch of bottles on a shelf or in a box. I would prefer some kind of stand that would permit me to see the labels and that made efficient use of space. I would also like something I can just purchase. I am curious if people on this list have found a solution? Thank you!

Bill Welch


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