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Sunday, September 3rd 2006, 10:13pm

Letov S 328 cockpit (beta build phase 1) 1:32

Hi all,
let me introduce my result from a very interesting beta build project - Letov S 328 by Vaclav Jancata. Below is shown phase one of the project - the cockpit, and we are now waiting for next stage.
(more info about this beta can be found here, it's a Czech forum, but vital parts are translated into english as well. Basic info about the original plane is e.g. here or here).

and now for the images.
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  • smolik_23.jpg
  • smolik_24.jpg
  • smolik_25.jpg
  • smolik_26.jpg
  • smolik_27.jpg
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Sunday, September 3rd 2006, 10:16pm

Hi pawel,
is this going to be a commercial model? This is amazing!
Are the struts made of paper?

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Sunday, September 3rd 2006, 10:26pm

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Hi pawell,
could you please upload the pictures on our server ?


hi Jörg,
done. here's the last one, that didn't fit into the 5 images limit :)
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Sunday, September 3rd 2006, 10:28pm

Hi Pawell,
great, thanks. Would be too sad to loose these fantastic images!

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Sunday, September 3rd 2006, 10:31pm

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Hi pawel,
is this going to be a commercial model? This is amazing!
Are the struts made of paper?

Regards
Jan


Hi Jan,
i'm not sure if the author publishes this model someday, according to his last statement he doesn't want to :(, but i hope he'll change his mind.

the struts were created by rolling a thin cigarette papers around a micro-pencil 0.5 mm lead - i hope it still counts as a paper part :). In the original design, they were to be cut from flat cca 0.5 mm paper, but I decided to modify it this way.
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Sunday, September 3rd 2006, 10:35pm

Hi Pawell,
wow this technique is new to me. Can you show us a photo of that?
The pencil lead stays in, right? Or is it a pure paper roll afterwards?

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Sunday, September 3rd 2006, 11:32pm

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Hi Pawell,
wow this technique is new to me. Can you show us a photo of that?
The pencil lead stays in, right? Or is it a pure paper roll afterwards?


Hi Jan,
you're absolutely right, the lead has to stay in the roll to provide some necessary firmness. Basically, you just cut a strip of a constant width of the smoking paper (mine were 15 mm), put some glue on the lead, put the lead about 3 mm from the edge of the strip (in a parallel way), bend the shorter part of the strip over the lead and glue and then roll the whole thing and glue.

1] ___O__________

2] {O}______

3] @___

4] O

oh well, i'm not good at ascii art, but i hope it's clear now.
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Monday, September 4th 2006, 8:10am

Hey Pawell,
wow, a construction report in ascii art, how cool is that?
:D 8) 8)

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Monday, September 4th 2006, 8:41am

Well Jan, you can roll the cigarette paper on leads - OR you can use original Paper Kit :D :D :D
It is normal to own ORIGINAL

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Monday, September 4th 2006, 12:19pm

Here you can reveal the mystery of bernie's skill... :D
He employs a whole factory of japanese workers - kidnapped tamiya employees - who prepare parts like those shown above for him. All of them work under totally unmerciful and inhuman conditions, but hey - his models are worth it, aren't they? ;)
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Monday, September 4th 2006, 2:20pm

:shot:

Tak nevim, jestli nebylo zvoleno spatne hriste pro tento typ humoru, ale tech vrtulniku mam nad hlavou fakt nejak moc - tak chvatny ustup :rolleyes:

ZRADIL JSI IDEU BURŽOAZNÍHO-CARD-MODELLINGU prde - "nu pagadi"!!!
It is normal to own ORIGINAL

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Tuesday, September 5th 2006, 8:38am

oh well, I was NOT visited by some guys in black suits with moravian accent last night, so this statement is based clearly on my free will:

My information about Bernie's factory was completely wrong, he is not involved with any japanese, kidnapped or not, in any way, he does not force anyone to work in inhuman or unmerciful conditions of any kind and he is nice to gerbils.

:D :D :D
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You can’t take the sky from me

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