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acelanceloet
Post subject: Dutch parts sheetPosted: June 4th, 2011, 7:03 pm
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well, I found out that the large dutch navy parts sheet was not usable for dutch made parts used on other ships, so I decided to make this one.


Depreciated, V0.4
Depreciated, V0.5
Depreciated, V 1.0
Depreciated, version 1.1
Depreciated, version 1.2
Depreciated, version 1.3
Depreciated, version 1.3.1
Depreciated, version 1.4]Depreciated, version 1.4
Depreciated, version 2.0
Depreciated, version 2.1
v 2.2
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changelog:
v 1.1:
- renewed the SMART-S and SMART-S Mk 2 drawings.
- added some additional information on the STIR's
v 1.2:
- added ECM systems
- sorted the sheet a bit different
- additional intel on the LW-08
- additional drawings on the LW-08
v 1.3:
- added SEAPAR
- added ZW-06
- added DA-05
- renewed 'export DA-08'
- enlarged the list a bit to allow for these and future updates. more might be needed in the future.
version 1.3.1
- added TDS
- added STIR 1.2/STING
- added the standalone gatekeeper setup(s)
- added DA-05 modernised
- new WM shading and the correct foot.
- added new - FINAL! - Goalkeeper
version 1.4
- updated SPS-01
- updated LW-08
version 2.0
- all new sheet
- renewed and all pre-1963 equipment
- added sonars
- additional radar and director specifications
- set everything in chronological order again
version 2.1
- added redrawn Hazemeijer 40mm mountings.
- after a check, added the I-masts again.

todo list for next updates:
- add (more) export sets
- add goalkeeper colour set
- add additional sonars

list of parts: (for the search engine) :
hoogtemeetradar VI
Signaal LW-01
M-44 director
signaal LW-02
DA-02
DA-05
ZW-06
WM 2X, 20, 22, 25
SPS-01
LW-08
STIR 180
STIR 240
SMART-S
DA-08
APAR
SMART-L
SMART-S Mk2
I-mast
seamaster 400 SMILE
Lichtraketwerper
Goalkeeper
Hazemeijer
SEAPAR
Integrated Mast
Mirador
ECM
APECS-II
SABRE
HK
satcom
TDS
STIR 1.2


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Post subject: Re: dutch made parts sheetPosted: June 4th, 2011, 8:41 pm
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Year made available is really helpful.
Also, is this because of me? :P


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Post subject: Re: dutch made parts sheetPosted: June 4th, 2011, 9:48 pm
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barnest2 wrote:
Year made available is really helpful.
Also, is this because of me? :P
year available is something that is hard to find.... the dates of it's use by the dutch navy is on the dutch navy thread, but availability is a lot of research which isn't my job to do, but the author that wants to use this stuff, IMO. if there are more people who would like it though, I can try. (ow why did I put that one in my list....)

btw, it is not made because of you, I was planning to do this for quite some time now.

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Post subject: Re: dutch made parts sheetPosted: June 4th, 2011, 10:22 pm
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Looks like a good start.

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Post subject: Re: dutch made parts sheetPosted: June 4th, 2011, 10:27 pm
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You could do like Hood did on his RN radar sheet and have them in chronological order based on either what year they were designed or when they were first used.

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Post subject: Re: dutch made parts sheetPosted: June 5th, 2011, 10:36 am
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version 0.5 added in the first post. grid with details and an (more or less) chronological order. comments?

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Post subject: Re: dutch made parts sheetPosted: June 5th, 2011, 4:43 pm
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Very good progress. I would love more information on the I-mast series, as I've never personally been able to figure out much.


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Post subject: Re: dutch made parts sheetPosted: June 8th, 2011, 11:26 am
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erik_t wrote:
Very good progress. I would love more information on the I-mast series, as I've never personally been able to figure out much.
I'll get you some intel soon ;) there is not much to be found, but some specs and systems are known (or easy to find) for me

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Post subject: Re: dutch made parts sheetPosted: July 1st, 2011, 2:44 pm
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new update: version 1.0!
comments?

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Post subject: Re: dutch made parts sheetPosted: July 5th, 2011, 10:44 pm
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Presumably Seamaster 400 can handle any sort of target designation/illumination/etc that indigenous SAMs might require?


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