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mpennock commented on IW15 Curtiss F8C/O2C Helldiver (1/144) by mpennock
August 19, 2016
IW15 Curtiss F8C/O2C Helldiver (1/144)
mpennock @fb400bf The model will print in one piece as shown, no assembly is required.
mpennock commented on MAC01A Fighter Pod (1/285) by mpennock
January 22, 2016
MAC01A Fighter Pod (1/285)
mpennock @mike_arnold_1975 Wall thickness is 0.5-0.7mm. Wires are 1.0mm.
mpennock @mike_arnold_1975 The model is already hollow. The 1/200 scale models are large enough to be printed is Strong and Flexible plastic, which is why they are cheaper.
mpennock @Scarapis It is not. Frosted Detail Plastic is the only material that will support the surface detail and wall thickness of the model.
mpennock commented on PV72A 7TP Light Tank (28mm) by mpennock
August 18, 2015
PV72A 7TP Light Tank (28mm)
mpennock @ero_nobili PV72 is the 1/48 version of the 7TP.


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