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aerobits

By robvr
Sometimes I need bits and pieces for my model aircraft that neither the kit manufacturers nor the usual after market companies are interested in. At times like that, I need to get creative, and when that involves 3D design, the results will show up here, in the sincere hope other builders will also find them useful.

My main focus is 1/72 scale, so that's the scale most development work is targetted at. If I feel it makes sense to do so, and it doesn't take excessive effort, I'll scale up some of the designs to 1/48 or even 1/32 scales. I'll also try to make any ordnance availably in typical single plane loadout quantities, to keep overhead costs down.
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