This is the model of concrete mixer used in 80's of 20th century. It is a concrete mixer with 150 l capacity very popular on many building places. I made this model for young modelers. Concrete mixer' model can be an excellent training of cutting out and forming small elements. If someone will build my concrete mixer please send me some photos and link to the Model Build on any modeler's forum.
Pic. 06 - Make extra 4 nuts of diameter approx. 0,9 mm.
Pic. 13 - Four steps to make a support.
Pic. 15 - Do not glue part 15a, this is just a stencil to align a frame correctly.
Attention !!! - If you have some spare screws, keep them. Screws will be usable in the future.
Pic. 21 - Glue together two parts 23 and grind to the 2 mm thicknes. See Fig 1.
Pic. 23 - Cut off parts 21 a little longer. Strikethrough edge of the stencil 21a with a Cyanoacrylic glue and grind it. Strikethrough part 21 with a Brand Clear Glue (BCG - Liquid Glue Pen) and crimp it in the stencils to transfer moulding a right shape. Cut off superfluity endings after drying.
Pic. 29 - Cut off all cut-outs in the parts 29 and 29a before gluing with a cardboard.
Pic. 33 - Here you can find some small screws. Make them.
(See Fig. 2)
Pic. 44 - Cut off the center cut-out after making this element. Next glue screws - parts 53. Circle 49 glue between part 48 and part 50.
BELT DRIVE CASE.
ENGINE and COVER.
You can paint this concrete mixer as You wish. There are some photos of my paining scheme below. There is a possibility to paint the mixer with one colour as You can see on photos of the original mixer.
Have a nice work.