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Kokusai Ku-8 (1/285) 3d printed

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White Natural Versatile Plastic
Kokusai Ku-8 (1/285) 3d printed
Kokusai Ku-8 (1/285) 3d printed

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Kokusai Ku-8 (1/285)

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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.

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Product Description
Design of the Ku-8-II began in December 1941, the glider was essentially a Kokusai Ki-59, with the engines and fuel tanks removed and a modified undercarriage. It was given the Allied code name Goose and later Gander. It could carry eighteen troops, or 1500 kg of cargo and two crew.

Ku-8-II version that was produced in 1944 used a tubular steel frame structure, and had a hinged nose that could be opened to the side to allow loading. Also, its capacity was increased slightly to carry twenty troops.[2] In total, approximately 700 were built. They were used operationally in the Philippines, primarily to carry supplies.

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Kokusai Ku-8 (1/285)
8.14 x 6.29 x 4.42 cm
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