TonyRR@redmodeling Hi again! My flaps are a little bit longer than the stock ones, so you can have some overhang. If you buy the set with engine louver arms with flap you will get too some extra length, and you will save time -no need to trim the stock parts to attach only the plates-. I hope this helps! Thanks!
TonyRR@redmodeling Hi. Many thanks for your interest!! In this set you will get the vector plates with the engine louver arms attached -expensive-. In the other set you will get only the vector plates -cheaper-. I hope this helps. Many thanks for your support! Cheers
For those who have an old Space 1999 Airfix Eagle 1/72 -like me- I've designed a new replacement spine, totally screen accurate with the studio scale model. I hope that you will like it!!! - http://shpws.me/Roop
TonyRR@stonecld I've just updated the product, and I've added as a bonus the Hall Nav console!!! I hope that you will like it! Many thanks for your support!
TonyRR@stonecld Hi Stone!!! Yes, you are right!!! I've already fixed it and I've resized all the parts accordingly. My apologizes. Now the navigation console is about 19.3 mm height; and now it has the right height for the corridor opening. The real scale of the hold is about 1:70. I've make a mistake... Well, I will be updating the product today and I hope it will be ready tonight. Many thanks for your support!!!
Hi again guys!! I've designed a set of correct landing bay doors, like on the movie life size studio model, with three halves doors, for the old MPC Millennium Falcon. These doors are very simply to install. Just insert the frame of each bay door set into the landing bay hole on the hull, and you are done!!! It's just Put&Glue. - http://shpws.me/RmdH
Hi guys! I've just released my first set of custom parts for the Star Wars Legion 1/44 table top game. It's composed by 16 parts, crates, boxes and accessories for the battlefield. I hope that you will like it!!! - http://shpws.me/Rmd1
TonyRR@stonecld Hi again! The helmet and the bowcaster will be way too small... I will try but I think that it won't be possible for thickness questions. I will let you know. Many thanks for your interest!
TonyRR@stonecld Done!!! I've included too the engineering console chair. Due to the minimum price change, this extra chair doesn't affect the price. Many thanks for your support! Take a look: https://www.shapeways.com/product/UEULKVV8H/yt1300-mpc-cut-nav-chair-stools-w-tools
TonyRR Hi. Many thanks for your interest! Yes, it's possible! I will thicken some parts to make it printable at that scale. I will do it ASAP! Many thanks for your support!
TonyRR@Bryan72 Hi Bryan. I've seen your comment on the MPC bit I forgot to reply. My bad!!! I can try to adapt tje cone and inner parts but this will take some time. Let me know. You can PM me through Shapeways!!!
TonyRR@Edg3rush3r Hi. Many thanks for your question. You can see the attached images on the product. You will see the red line where you have to chop the head. You must cut at the end of the slope, where it reaches the hammerhead. The images are better for understand it. Many thanks again!
TonyRR@Jun_A Many thanks for your comments! I know it. I've tons of reference shots that I've taken myself from the SW Exhibit. In this case I've hidden the light under the grille. Not screen accurate because I wanted to offer a new design, alternate to the DeAgo. But anyone can remove easily the grille in front of the light. Many thanks again.
TonyRR@luigi_borsieri Hi Luigi! Many thanks for your interest! Unfortunately I'm only selling these custom parts. To lighten the parts you need to buy fiber optics in 0.25 mm, led and a power source like a coin cell or batteries. Many thanks again!
TonyRR@GuitarAngel71 Hi. Many thanks for your question. The Dejarikk table drilled version has the holes clearly visible. You will find them where they have to be: where the 13 buttons are placed in the real part.
Instead of 13 buttons on each side you have 13 holes, where the fiber optics strands surface. Are you sure you have purchased the right one? In my shop I have also the non drilled version.
Check your order please.
Many thanks fro your support!
TonyRR@nathanblyth300 Hi. Many thanks for your interest! Yes, I can do it, but you must adapt it because it's a totally different turret. I can rescale it but the reat in up on you. Many thanks again!!
If you want to convert the Bandai 1/144 Millennium Falcon Lando version to the McQuarrie drawings version, you will need this new set of docking rings. I've designed them very close to the McQuarrie drawings, and with the help of the Mystery Ship from Jason Eaton. They go just over the existing docking rings!!! Many thanks for your support!! - http://shpws.me/QEld
If you're a fan of the Space 1999 Eagle Transporter I've designed this 1/144 Spine Booster, to be attached to my Eagle III kit. This upgrade is an add on of my 1/144 Eagle III. I can upscale it if you need it. Many thanks for your support!! - http://shpws.me/QDtr
If you have a Bandai Perfect Grade Falcon and you want to convert it into the 32" Falcon, you will need these two extra front landing gear bays. Totally scren accurate. Many thanks for your support!!! - http://shpws.me/QBKa