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Old 08-28-2011, 05:17 PM   #1
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F15E-Tetris, Bukvorez, 1800mm project.
Hi everyone!
F15E-Tetris, Bukvorez, 1800mm project.
Responses modelers yielded results. Draw, cut, glued.
Started F15E, length 1800mm, 86-98mm impellers. Estimated weight to 500gramm.
In this project, chose a slightly different approach to internal cutouts.
It is easier to form a canal impellers for different tasks.
Modeler has the ability to draw on occasion,
so the result is not quickly show promise.




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Ready to F-15E STRIKE EAGLE.
With this model used a slightly modified technique of preparation of drawings,
which allowed to approach the performance of authenticity.





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Very cool stuff...

Are you building these for fun, or are you prototyping future kits?

How well do these 'hold together', so to speak?

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I'm doing a job that I like.

Here is an example tetris:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MhP-KYCipuE
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So for fun, cool. That's some building method...
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building method
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experimental model.
weight of 650 grams foam with wings.

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