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(1:144) Lippisch Li P.13a 3d printed

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(1:144) Lippisch Li P.13a 3d printed
(1:144) Lippisch Li P.13a 3d printed

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(1:144) Lippisch Li P.13a

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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
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Dr. Alexander Lippisch designed this ramjet powered interceptor in late 1944, much of the research coming from his work on the DM-1 test glider (see below). The wings were sharply swept back at 60 degrees, and there was a single large fin and rudder in which the cockpit was located. The ramjet was fed by a circular intake that protruded from the nose, and exhausted beneath the vertical fin at the rear. Research in the DVL high-speed windtunnel indicated that the P.13a had outstanding stability up to the maximum tested speed of Mach 2.6, and no unfavorable characteristics in the subsonic range. A liquid fueled rocket motor was planned for takeoff and to get the aircraft to ramjet operating speed.Since fuel was in short supply by this stage in the war, powdered coal was to be used in the ramjet. 
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p14a H 144
Dimensions:
4.13 x 4.73 x 2.03 cm
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1.63 x 1.86 x 0.8 inches
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