LrdSatyr8@fb9c045 can't wait to see them in your kit bro... Send me lots of pics when you get them
LrdSatyr8@fb9c045 remember, the tube itself will not connect the turrets, it's not suppose to, it will merely appear from the inside as it does. The geometry of the Falcon itself makes connecting the tubes in the position that this hallway appears in the movie impossible. This just makes that area look more accurate to the movie. Read the description above.
LrdSatyr8@fb9c045 yes... This will completely replace the hallway that comes with the DeAgo and fits perfectly with the turrets
LrdSatyr8@Maddin2014 contact Shapeways... they will print a corrected part for you. Include your order number. Use the link at the bottom of the page that says Contact Us. But double check your parts. On the side walls is imprinted the word UP. Make sure that it isn't the exact same part. Hope this helps.
LrdSatyr8 The bottom of the tubes on the front frame should be flush with the floor (sand to trim the bottoms if necessary). The tubes and frame should not touch the Port Side wall at all. The large tube on the back should fit in the back. Slots are provided for fitment. However, I have discovered that due to the printing process and the shrinkage that occurs with the plastic, it may be necessary to sand both ends of the tube to get proper fitment.
LrdSatyr8@Begin123 Hey... this goes on the Port Side Wall (the wall furthest from the Cockpit). I've molded it into the full wall replacement available here: https://www.shapeways.com/product/6VCRMQF7X/esb-port-side-wall-for-deago-falcon-1-of-2?optionId=60005343 ... I've made it a separate part for those that want to modify the stock wall to add a bit more accuracy to it! Hope this helps... lemme know!
LrdSatyr8@Spyky44 I can see the modifications you're talking about but they wouldn't be possible and still fit inside the ship. I attempted to make it as accurate as possible within the constraints of the wall part itself while still maintaining the buildability of the provided parts. It's kind of a compromise of detail and part fitting. I hope I've reached a happy medium between the two. Thanks for the compliment!