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Kawasaki Ki-64 'Rob' 3d printed

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Kawasaki Ki-64 'Rob' 3d printed
Kawasaki Ki-64 'Rob' 3d printed

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Kawasaki Ki-64 'Rob'

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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
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Multipacks
1:200 Frosted Ultra Detail 
x2 | x3 | x4

The Kawasaki Ki-64 (Allied code name: Rob) was a one-off prototype of an experimental heavy, single seat, fighter. It had two unusual design features. First; it had two Kawasaki Ha-40 engines in tandem; one in the aircraft nose, the other behind the cockpit, both being connected by a drive shaft. This combination (called the Kawasaki Ha-201) drove two, three-bladed, contra-rotating propellors. The second feature was the use of the wing surface as a radiator for the water-cooled engines. The aircraft first flew in December 1943. During the fifth flight, the rear engine caught fire; and while the aircraft made an emergency landing, it was damaged. The aircraft was subsequently abandoned in mid-1944 in favour of more promising projects. The airframe survived the war, and parts of the unique cooling system were sent to Wright Field for examination.

 
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Kawasaki Ki-64 'Rob' 1:200 WSF
Dimensions:
6.17 x 6.35 x 1.29 cm
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2.43 x 2.5 x 0.51 inches
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Mature audiences only.
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