Hi guys! My name is Jason Marshall and today we’ll be discussing the build up of the motion picture shuttle bay Right after this. In the past I’ve build several 1:350 scale refits and I always like to start with the shuttlebay. The very first one I did was before I was aware of Photo Etch. But, that model no longer exists. However… I am now a big fan of Photo Etch As you can see, this sheet has had most of the item removed We’re going to remove these ribs. and install them in this portion of the, uh. This is actually the cargo bay connected to the shuttlebay To remove the pieces from this sheet you need a sharp hobby knife. I like these industrials ones, they’re easy to handle and relatively cost effective I like to get these as close… …to the part as possible. You can see this little piece that’s holding it to the sheet There’s one And the other. There you go, just like that. Now, you need to use a file to take off the little ridge right there. And down here at the bottom. For attaching these I like to use Crazy Glue. In most cases! We’ll start with this guy way back here. The benefit to the Crazy Glue is that it bonds quickly. The drawback; it flows very easily, like water. Depending on the part your bonding and how quickly you need it to bond you can use Canopy Glue or White Glue. We still need to install rails. Ribs here…and lower ribs. Also, the window casing for right here. There it is, all the brass installed in the Shuttle Bay Or rather, the service elevator area and cargo deck. I’m not doing the window cover because I’m not doing any lighting. Next we’re going to add some paint and then the cargo decals. Once you’ve got your hangar bay wall all painted up you’re ready to install your decals I’ve found, in my experience, these are slightly, slightly too large to fit in their openings. Trimming them seems to be the most effective way to solve that problem. There you go. Trimmed nice and close. Dip it. And get rid of any excess moisture. And there we go, a nice good fit. When you’re done you should have something that looks kinda like this. And we can go ahead and put the ceiling on. And here is the shuttle bay, all set up for display. It makes a pretty decent little model inside a model. If you’re curious why I built it this way, that’s because… …for this Enterprise I won’t be using The Motion Picture shuttle bay and hangar deck. I’ll be using the Don’s Light and Magic Star Trek 5 shuttle bay. Got a ways to go to get this one done. That’s going to do it for today. I hope you enjoyed watching. If you have any questions or comments I’d love to hear from you. If this is your first time here and you enjoyed today’s episode I’d love for you to subscribe. You can also find me on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ where I post additional content on a semi-regular basis. And don’t forget to check back every Wednesday for new episodes. Take care.