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Post subject: IJN Parts SheetsPosted: August 30th, 2011, 9:59 pm
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Weapons Sheet (ex-Generic Parts sheet)
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Directors, Radars, Boats and Miscellaneous Sheet (ex-Boats sheet)
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Change log
  • 08-30-11 Sheet created and mantained by WhyMe.
  • 08-31-11 The initial draft has been organized and cleaned up.
  • 09-06-11 Added more machine-guns, 80mm gun and Type 21 radar; updated 100mm gun.
  • 12-24-11 Added preliminary boats sheet.
  • 12-28-11 Added main boats sheet.
  • 09-07-12 Updated 120mm/45 Type 10 guns, added more guns and misc parts.
  • 05-09-13 Ownership transferred from WhyMe to BB1987 after mutual agreement.
  • 05-15-13 Added more guns and parts, reorganized the parts sheet in two sets, one for guns and one for radars, boats and miscellaneous equipments.
  • 12-27-13 Added IJN Taiho 100mm guns, updated catapults and directors.
  • 06-05-15 Major upodate to the Weapons Sheet.
  • 12-01-15 Major upodate to the Weapons Sheet.
  • 08-13-16 Major upodate to the Directors, Radars, Boats and Miscellaneous Sheet.

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Post subject: Re: IJN Parts SheetsPosted: August 30th, 2011, 10:00 pm
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I've compiled a quick sheet just to start this thread. It is very WIP right now so I encourage you to post you IJN parts here. Common systems (i.e. not unique) that were used on multiple ship classes preferred.
Please pay attention to the IJN nomenclature as I found it to be very tricky and often quite inconsistent. Also I might be able to provide plans for some parts if needed as I've collected a lot of them.

I'll try to do my best updating and managing the sheet but it might be pretty slow due to my lack of spare time.

Please don't bother drawing IJN boats; I got this :ugeek:

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Post subject: Re: IJN Parts SheetsPosted: August 31st, 2011, 4:43 am
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Thanks for taking this on. I will watch this thread with great interest.


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Post subject: Re: IJN Parts SheetsPosted: August 31st, 2011, 6:37 am
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Good of you to do it.

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Post subject: Re: IJN Parts SheetsPosted: August 31st, 2011, 10:45 am
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very nice. I'll check my Kongo for stuff for you soon :P

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Post subject: Re: IJN Parts SheetsPosted: August 31st, 2011, 11:05 pm
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I've updated the sheet in the first post. A few minor changes were made, mostly removing old parts and re-organizing new ones. It should look better now.

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Post subject: Re: IJN Parts SheetsPosted: December 24th, 2011, 9:22 am
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Added what eventually will evolve into the IJN Boats sheet:
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Post subject: Re: IJN Parts SheetsPosted: December 24th, 2011, 1:01 pm
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Here is the Daihatsu 14m landing craft, in fact a 14m sampan with an engine and bow ramp

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Post subject: Re: IJN Parts SheetsPosted: December 24th, 2011, 1:24 pm
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also, forgot to post this for the sheet :P
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Post subject: Re: IJN Parts SheetsPosted: December 24th, 2011, 11:47 pm
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Thanks!
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Here is the Daihatsu 14m landing craft, in fact a 14m sampan with an engine and bow ramp
I might revise it a bit to better match my sources, if you don't mind.
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also, forgot to post this for the sheet :P
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What type is it exactly?

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