Finally, after a long wait and 4(!) iterations of design, here is the release version of the much anticipated Snitch! The Snitch is a robotic avian that transforms into a cyber-cassette mode which stores in the War for Cybertron deluxe Soundwave figure!
This version is successfully tested on WSF and FUD.
Part designed by Sanjeev for use with Kanzen Henkei Fighter Variable (all types). Comes with two complete hinges. 4 mm type. Uses existing screws and pins from stock toy. Can also use same size metal tacks for hinge joint.
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Ten 1:200 scale miniatures in the the style of a 2010/2011 season Formula One car (with a small rear wing, large 'snowplough' front wing, high nose and slim 'coke-bottle' engine cover.)
Designed to be made in Stainless Steel, but equally good in white/black/transparent detail acrylic. Supplied unpainted, but with a good eye and a fine brush you should be able to recreate most team liveries.
Replacement stainless-steel upgrade / repair latch part for the Panasonic SD253 seed / nut dispenser (see pictures).
Easy to fit with a cross head screwdriver.
1. Remove dispenser from lid (it just pops out).
3. Remove old latch part by undoing the two cross head screws and lifting out U bracket.
4. Rescue the small spring which keeps the latch engaged.
5. This spring has one end that narrows down slightly. Hold the very end of this with tweezers or needle point pliers and then wrap the spring onto the cross (a tooth pick or a match end is handy for this).
6. Place new latch in position, add bracket and resecure with the two screws.
The Sopwith Pup was a British single seater biplane fighter aircraft built by the Sopwith Aviation Company. It entered service with the Royal Flying Corps and the Royal Naval Air Service in the autumn of 1916. With pleasant flying characteristics and good maneuverability, the aircraft proved very successful. The Pup was eventually outclassed by newer German fighters, but it was not completely replaced on the Western Front until the end of 1917.
1/144 Bristol F2B British WWI two-seat fighter and light bomber.
The Bristol F.2 Fighter was a British two-seat biplane fighter and reconnaissance aircraft of the First World War flown by the Royal Flying Corps. It is often simply called the Bristol Fighter or popularly the "Brisfit" or "Biff". Despite being a two-seater, the F.2B proved to be an agile aircraft that was able to hold its own against opposing single-seat fighters.