NEW KIT IN PROGRESS-37017 T-54A SOVIET MEDIUM TANK

EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR AN ACCURATE MODEL IN ONE BOX

  • HIGHLY DETAILED MODEL
  • WORKABLE TORSION BARS
  • ALL HATCHES CAN BE ASSEMBLED OPEN OR CLOSED
  • KIT CONTAINS 763 parts
  • 646 PLASTIC PARTS
  • 102 PHOETCHED PARTS
  • 15 CLEAR PLASTIC PARTS
  • DECALS SHEET FOR 6 OPTIONS
  • Scale: 1:35

    Barcode: 4820183311146

    Series: Military Miniatures

    Box size: 386x240x70


 

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3D renders

Masterwork Collection Series 23/09/2017 coming-soon.

1/12 Ducati 1199 Panigale S – Finished Model Matte Black

This is a factory finished model of the Ducati 1199 Panigale S bike finished in matte black. Tamiya Factory Finished models are hand built and painted by Tamiya's expert in-house craftsmen. The motorcycle is a modern marvel created by the famous Italian company, and uses all of their expertise to extract 195hp out of its 1198cc liquid-cooled L-Twin engine. It features a wealth of electronic components to help control engine output, suspension characteristics and more

Product Specifications (Specifications subject to change)

Type Detail
Scale 1/12
Construction type Finished Model
Photo-etch parts Not included
Decals Included
Special feature 1 Cowling parts are finished in Matte Black.
Special feature 2 Details include: engine integrated into the monocoque frame, directly connected to the swing arm, damper unit and authentic racing wheels and tires.
Special feature 3 The complex over square engine itself is recreated in breathtaking fashion, and can be admired by removing the screw-attached side cowling parts (separately sold screwdriver required).
Special feature 4 Weathering is beautifully applied to the model, including burn marks on the exhaust pipe.
Special feature 5 The accurately-depicted front suspension of the bike uses metallic stickers not available on the assembly kit.
Special feature 6 Mirror surfaces are recreated using metal transfers

Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero Fighter – Fin. Model 343rd Fighter Grp

This is a built, painted and finished model of Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero Fighter 343rd Fighter Group, Guam, June 1944. Tamiya's expert model builders have hand finished this item to be proudly displayed in anyone's office or study.

The latest addition to the Masterwork Series of museum quality finished models depicts the A6M5 Zero fighter “Zeke” (also known as Model 52), a variant of the main Japanese Navy fighter aircraft throughout WWII. It was created to counter fearsome U.S. aircraft such as the P-38 and Corsairs. Featuring 50cm shorter wings with rounded wingtips, it boasted a top speed of 565km/h. It first saw action during the closing stages of the Solomon Islands campaign in the autumn of 1943 and went on to fight until the end of the war. This model depicts a marking scheme which does not appear in the standard Tamiya kit (Item 61103).

Product Specifications (Specifications subject to change)

Type Detail
Scale 1/48
Construction type Finished Model
Photo-etch parts Not included
Decals Included
Special feature 1 The form of the A6M5a with shortened wings is captured with superlative accuracy by the model.
Special feature 2 The model depicts an A6M5 belonging to the 343rd Fighter Group. The 43-118 numbered aircraft was shot down in the skies over Guam, and the dying pilot apparently handed over to U.S. personnel a Japanese flag with messages of support from family and friends back in Japan. The flag was later returned to Japan some 60 years after the cessation of hostilities.
Special feature 3 Pad-printed markings ensure excellent quality.
Special feature 4 Utilizes metal pitot tube and machine gun parts, plus photo-etched parts for a sharp finish.
Special feature 5 The model has weathering artfully applied to the paint work. It also depicts exhaust pipe burns and wear on the machine gun attachment points.
Special feature 6 Comes with a finished pilot figure and photo-etched wheel chocks

 

1/12 Honda RS1000 '81 No.1 – Finished Model

 

This factory finished masterpiece depicts the #1 Honda RS1000 which competed in the 1981 Endurance World Championship. Fitted with an air-cooled 4-cylinder DOHC 999cc engine capable of 150hp, the RS1000 featured all the latest Honda technology fine-tuned during their domination of endurance racing in the late 1970s. A unique aspect of the 1981 bike was a specially-designed cowling that had been slightly enlarged to reduce rider fatigue during the grueling races. Although unsuccessful in defending their 1980 title, the Honda team was able to take both the 8 Hours of Suzuka and the Bol d'Or 24-hour race

Product Specifications (Specifications subject to change)

Type Detail
Scale 1/12
Construction type Finished Model
Photo-etch parts Not included
Decals Included & applied
Special feature 1 0.4mm-thickness clear parts are used to accurately recreate the driver windshield.
Special feature 2 Braided metal hose is finely used though out the model.
Special feature 3 Metallic stickers provide a highly authentic finish on the front fork.
Special feature 4 Individual nylon bands on pipes are depicted for an incredibly detailed finish.
Special feature 5 Includes recreations of breather pipe mount and front fork oil lines, not seen on the original assembly kit.

Mitsubishi G4M1 Model 11 – Finished Model Adm Yamamoto

This is a built, painted and finished model of kit item 61110 Mitsubishi G4M1 Model 11. Tamiya's expert model builders have hand finished this item to be proudly displayed in anyone's office or study. Minor details are required for final assembly due to packaging and shipping.

Product Specifications (Specifications subject to change)

Type Detail
Scale 1/48
Construction type Semi-assembled
Photo-etch parts Not included
Decals Included
Special feature 1 Length: 416mm, Wingspan: 518mm.
Special feature 2 Main wing, vertical stabilizer, and propeller parts are separated from the fuselage in the package and must be assembled after removing from package.
Special feature 3 Screws enable secure attachment of the main wing to the fuselage (screwdriver included)
Special feature 4 17 figures to depict Admiral Yamamoto, crew, and mechanics included.
Special feature 5 Historical Background Leaflet included.

F2001 No.2 – Finished Model

This is a built, painted and finished model of kit item 20052 Ferrari F2001. Tamiya's expert model builders have hand finished this item to be proudly displayed in anyone's office or study.

Historical background:

The F2001 proved to be a very successful F1 racing car in the early 21st century, not only taking home the 2001 Constructors' Title for Ferrari but also carrying M. Schumacher to his third Drivers' Championship and his first with the famous Italian team. The 2001 Ferrari machine saw a return to the slanted low nose seen on previous models, but with a more curved shape so as to conform to 2010 regulations. Combined with the Tipo050 3-liter V10 engine, the F2001 was truly the car to beat.

 

Product Specifications (Specifications subject to change)

Type Detail
Scale 1/20
Construction type Finished Model
Photo-etch parts Included
Decals Included
Special feature 1 Comes with a display stand.
Special feature 2 Clear display case and nameplate.
Special feature 3 Detail-Up photo-etched parts have been used to enhance model.
Special feature 4 Color booklet is included to provide a background to the car.

F2001 No.1 – Finished Model

This is a built, painted and finished model of kit item 20052 Ferrari F2001. Tamiya's expert model builders have hand finished this item to be proudly displayed in anyone's office or study.

Historical background:

The F2001 proved to be a very successful F1 racing car in the early 21st century, not only taking home the 2001 Constructors' Title for Ferrari but also carrying M. Schumacher to his third Drivers' Championship and his first with the famous Italian team. The 2001 Ferrari machine saw a return to the slanted low nose seen on previous models, but with a more curved shape so as to conform to 2010 regulations. Combined with the Tipo050 3-liter V10 engine, the F2001 was truly the car to beat.

Product Specifications (Specifications subject to change)

Type Detail
Scale 1/20
Construction type Finished Model
Photo-etch parts Included
Decals Included
Special feature 1 Comes with a display stand.
Special feature 2 Clear display case and nameplate.
Special feature 3 Detail-Up photo-etched parts have been used to enhance model.
Special feature 4 Color booklet is included to provide a background to the car.

 

Russian Sochoy 57 vs. the American F22: Who will win the air battle?

The most advanced fighter plane in the world may have a range of advanced technologies, but behind the Sukhoy 57 there are some brilliant minds, with very smart economic thinking

It would be an impressive battle of monsters, which would be much closer than one would think. On the one hand, the American plane is the peak of military aviation technologies and there is no argument about it. But on the other hand, behind the Sukhoy 57 stands one of the greatest aviation geniuses in history – though he died more than 40 years before the plane was born.

The most advanced, the most expensive. The American F22

His name is Pavel Sukhoi and he began his career as a soldier with exemptions and recruits during the First World War. He was always enthusiastic about airplanes, so after his discharge from the army, he went to study aeronautics engineering and excelled. After receiving his degree, he began working in the office of Anton Tupolev, a famous aircraft manufacturer who entrusted him with the design of unconventional aircraft.

Pavel Sukhui

When he set out on his own and established the design office in his name, he found it difficult to get significant contracts, because Stalin wanted the aviation industry to concentrate on the production of ILIOSHIN IL2, the main multi-mission aircraft of the Red Air Force in World War II. After the war, it seems that the company has no specific focus: it produced fighter bombers, reconnaissance planes, and large interception aircraft.

Sukhoy 2, the company's first design

Most of the coveted contracts – for the production of major fighter jets – were lost to Mikoyan Gurevich (the manufacturer of the MiG, behind which is an amazing story in itself). Pavel Sochoy was tired of losing, and in the early seventies he discovered how to defeat Mikoyan; he decided to invent an archetype for a fighter aircraft that would be so efficient engineering and aerodynamic that he could perform any task with minimal adjustments. Instead of developing a separate plane for each auction, his company will find the design that will fit the maximum performance, and that all future aircraft will be built on its basis. No one outside the Soviet Union knew that he had decided to invent design DNA, and no one knew that he had succeeded.

One morning in 1987, a Norwegian navy patrol plane encountered a very strange Soviet fighter plane. He was huge, flew close to him, almost bumping into him. Then he sped up, circled around him as if he were standing there and passed by again. This time, the tip of his tail hit the Norwegian plane, causing a drop in air pressure in the crew compartment. The Russian pilot flew away, cheerful. This is how the world first encountered Sukhoy 27, the most advanced fighter plane in the Soviet Union – and the first son of the new Sukhoy Dynasty.

One of the first pictures of the Sukhoi 27

Its body is flattened and wide, to provide lift, which helps it to remain stable at low altitude and at a slow speed. And when the pilot opens a throttle, the plane leaps like a missile and maneuvers with a catlike frenzy. The combination of very powerful engines and an efficient body allows for some unusual maneuvers, such as Western airplanes could not do.

Sochoy 27 was the Russian answer to the F15C: a large, fast-moving, long-range, and highly equipped warplane. A few years later, Sukhoi 33 appeared, a marine version capable of taking off from aircraft carriers and carrying missiles from ship destroyers (answer to F14 and F18). The Sukhoi 30 (a high-performance model capable of carrying out assault missions, an answer to the F-15E), the Sukhoi 34 (model for strategic bombing, answer to F111), Sukhoi 35 (improved air superiority model, And Sukhoy 37 (the same, but with Nihog Vectory, like the F22).
 

A production line at the Sukhoi plant

All told, the Sukhawis had 27 sons. One of them, the Sukhoi Barcott, had wings drawn forward to test maneuvering even better than his brother's. What is special about these Sukhoi planes: they all look the same (except Model 34, where there are two pilots sitting side by side).

 

Sukhoi 34 (blue body, black nose), Sukhoi 33 (blue body, white nose), Sukhoi 35 (gray body, white nose) and Mig 29 simply pushed (gray and smaller than the rest)

And so they went through 40 years when Sochoy's design did not change simply because he did not have to change. In the past decade, his successors have been studying everything they have learned from three decades of fighter jets; They thought of the wings again, on the tail and on the body. Think about what future armies will need, a new design that can hold generations ahead. And now we are entering a new generation in the Sukhoi family. The Sukhoy generation 57, the flying monster, the one at the beginning of the text I wondered together with you if you could defeat the F22.

Sukhoi 27 (right) and next to the Sukhuy 57 formation

The answer is a bit complicated. Air battles are determined by four factors: the capabilities of the pilot and his tactics (during World War II, Polish pilots shot down German Messerschmidt planes while flying in flying wagons), armament capabilities (if a missile from an enemy aircraft reaches 100 km range, (If you have a battlefield, it is a meat grinder, with anti-aircraft missiles in every corner, electronic warfare and enemy patrols that can Reach every moment – and for the opponent those are friendly skies – you are in trouble).

 

Sukhoi 57

The F22 and Suhawei 57 have the capability of stealth, advanced radars and similar capabilities, and the pilots' abilities will probably be in favor of the F22, since history has taught us that the battle will take place between an American pilot and a pilot from a country that bought the Suhawis from Russia. , Which also says a lot about Russia and the legacy of Pavel Sukhoi: There will be a lot more Sukhoi 57 aircraft than F22.

The US has invested $ 66 billion in the development of the F22, and has invented technologies from scratch for him and every plane costs $ 150 million – a lot of money even for such a superpower – why is it so expensive because its price also embodies the long R & D behind it? And b. The manufacturer, Lockheed Martin, knows that apart from the US military, no one will pay for it on this plane Russia has, on the other hand, invested a little over $ 8 billion in the development of the Sukhoi 57. Each plane costs $ 50 million, Russia has developed a plane that is supposed to become a whole family of aircraft, which will be purchased by a long list of customers (I bet on Syria, Iran, China, India, etc.).

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Sukhoi 57 on an experimental flight

Therefore, each F22 will encounter a number of Sukhoi 57 buildings, all of which are equipped with similar technologies, similar armaments and similar capabilities. And on paper – every Sukhoi has a longer range than the F22, it's skyrocketing to the same height, carries a similar number of missiles and unlike the F22 – light, cheaper and faster to fix it if it breaks down.

And this is the greatness of Sukhoi: the ability to invent a design on the basis of which will be built many aircraft, various missions, different air forces – all at a reasonable and inviting price. And this is the weakness of the Americans: because of inefficient project management and conservative technology sharing policies, they are left with an airplane that only they can buy. Thus we can see the essential differences between western and eastern design concepts that hint at future wars – wars in which the more creative designer will give his state the technical, economic and commercial advantage.

TIP OF THE WEEKEND Clear light blue finish

From the finish series, clear products transparent sheet new products

"Clear light blue finish" is on sale

Clear light blue finish which was applied to the entire clear parts of HC 25 Civic RS

In the development of the historical car series "Honda SB 1 type Civic RS" released in November 2017, the window of the vehicle we interviewed is different from the current heat ray reflection glass "common name green glass", light blue It was color window glass.

Completion with clear light blue finish, the atmosphere of the old car drifts at a stretch.

Over the next period of the 1970s and 1980s, cars of automobiles are producing "pale blue colored window glasses" vehicles. I was wondering why it was a colorless and transparent color why it was a pale blue color. When I contacted AGC Asahi Glass, which is producing automobile glass, at this time, according to the demands from each automobile manufacturer, according to the body color to be produced, It means that there was the next period of producing pale blue glass and brown glass.
However, changing the color of the window glass for each manufacturer's model is no longer set because it is inefficient, and now the green glass is uniformly uniform.

(Left) Construction of clear light blue finish, (Right) is the clear parts intact.

TF928 clear light blue finish 【Curved surface following transparent sheet】

Clear finish has good coloring and high transparency. Transparency such as automobiles, trains / buses / passenger ships, glass colors seen in aircraft canopies and buildings, etc. are processed extremely thin uniformly clear color on the surface while maintaining gloss and high transparency of the film itself By doing so, it is finished like a coated glass. The sheet that follows the curved surface with an extremely thin finish evenly even uniformly in a wide area, making the clear parts even more brilliant.

Clear light blue finish is also effective for F – 14 and F – 4 windows.

 

■ Usage

Civic RS window

 

Upcoming news for October

Unimog FLU 419 SEE US Army – full resin kit

Art.No.: 129-MV119

Weight 0.09 kg
Edition Military Vehicles
Product Full resin kit
Scale 1/72
Type AFV

 


 

CMK sets for Fw 189A 1/72 (ICM) – the next of the E-day premiere

 

CMK has prepared several sets for the new Fw 189A from ICM. E-Dayi'll be selling these sets premiere:  7377  Fw 189A-2 Cockpit Set  7378  Fw 189A-1/2 – Set Engine (port wing) 7379  Fw 189A-1/2 – Undercarriage Set Bays Q72284  Fw 189A-1 / -2 – Mainwheels Set 
The first three are prepared in the basic CMK series of 1/72 sets, the wheels designed in 3D are offered in the Quick & Easy line – the presentation model was glued while resin bikes were not available and the original kit wheels .
The other sets, the propeller repair kit and the engine set are working.


 

The October newsletter brings a long-awaited novelty in Special Navy. Miniponorka Biber, or her model has met with great interest of modellers, even when we showed on our blog the emergence of forms of this model. The second is the IMAM (Romeo) Ro.37 "A30 engine" 1/48 Italian biplane. The third model outlined in this newsletter is the return of a sold out successful model. Nakajima Ki-43-III Kó Hayabusa 1/72 returns in limited edition


SPECIAL HOBBY PLASTIC MODELS


 1/48 IMAM (Romeo) Ro.37 "A30 engine" 

 

Art.No. scale barcode
100- SH48183 1/48 8594071086169

At the beginning of the 1930s, Regia Aeronautica used exploration and observation IMAM Ro.1 (licensed by Fokker CV). She was satisfied with them, but when IMAM offered a new biplane aircraft, designed by Ing. Giovanni Galazz, decided to accept the offer. After testing the prototype, serial production began in 1934. Ro.37 were powered by Fiat A.30 series engines. Regia Aeronautica also showed interest in the Piaggio P.IX version powered by the star engine. This version has been labeled Ro.37bis and manufactured and used concurrently. Romeo Ro.37 and 37bis became Regia Aeronautica's major tactical observation and reconnaissance aircrafts, and remained until the Italian surrender in 1943. Until August 25, 1943, when Italy capitulated, a total of 621 machines of both types were produced, of which 325 Ro 37 bis. The first combat engagement with Ro.37 and Ro. 37bis experienced during the Italian attack on Abyssinia (Ethiopia). They were also deployed in the Spanish Civil War. There they fought in the Aviazione Legionaria and the Spanish National Air Force. After the outbreak of World War II, they were deployed on all the battlefields where Regia Aeronautica fought, with the exception of the Eastern Front and the battles against the United Kingdom. At the time of Italy's entry into the war Regia Aeronautica had 483 Ro 37 versions, of which 200 Ro 37 bis, of which, however, only about 100 machines of both versions were airworthy. They were so depressed over the Balkans, North Africa and Italy. where Regia Aeronautica fought, with the exception of the Eastern Front and the battles against the United Kingdom. At the time of Italy's entry into the war Regia Aeronautica had 483 Ro 37 versions, of which 200 Ro 37 bis, of which, however, only about 100 machines of both versions were airworthy. They were so depressed over the Balkans, North Africa and Italy. where Regia Aeronautica fought, with the exception of the Eastern Front and the battles against the United Kingdom. At the time of Italy's entry into the war Regia Aeronautica had 483 Ro 37 versions, of which 200 Ro 37 bis, of which, however, only about 100 machines of both versions were airworthy. They were so depressed over the Balkans, North Africa and Italy.
Due to the good performance and the alternative offer of the row and star engine Ro.37 and Ro.37bis were successfully exported. In Europe, they were used by the Hungarian Royal Air Force, the Austrian Air Force and the Spanish Nationalist Air Force.
Our model Ro.37 "A30 engine" has parts divided into six frames molded from gray plastic and clear parts frame. The plastic parts are complemented by detailed resin parts and etchings. The decals offer four attractive camouflage, mapping the Ro.37 with a row engine in Italy and abroad. For the camouflage A, the Italian machine was selected in the segment pre-war camouflage. It is decorated with flags with the symbol of Venice, St. Mark's Lion. In the same camouflage was flying the machine of the Austrian Air Force, in our instructions led as camouflage B. Bojov deployed on the Greek front was an Italian sand machine with green spots. In the manual you will find it as a camouflage C. The last selected machine was also used by the Italian Air Force. Used to attack Abyss. He fired the entire creamy paint with the unit's symbol on the hull. This aircraft was manufactured by the OFM factory and belonged to a production series equipped with two coolers and a wooden propeller (Ro.37 had one cooler on the left side and a metal propeller as standard). The chillers and propellers, designed in 3D, are perfectly cast between the resin parts.


 

1/72 Biber "German Midget Submarine"

 

Art.No. scale barcode
100- SN72006 1/72 8594071086176

Biber was one of the weapons developed during World War II at a time when the situation on the front lines turned to Germany's detriment. In 1943, when it became clear that there was an invasion somewhere on the Atlantic coast of Europe, unorthodox weapons were being developed in Germany to prevent the invasion. In addition to the controllable torpedoes, Neger, Marder and Hai, Biber and Molch had to stop the invasion fleet.
The idea of ​​Biber originated from Lieutenant Commander Bartels. At the Flenderwerke factory in Lübeck, where prototypes were built and series production started, development led by Hermann Bunte. Bartels was allegedly affected by a captured British minipon Welmann W46. Miniponorka Biber had a displacement of 6.6 tons. It was propelled by the Opel Blitz and the SS2 GL231 under the surface. Sink down to a depth of 20m, emergency up to 30m. The armament consisted of two G7e torpedoes or mines. The construction was so small that the Biber was one-sided. Even so, the driver did not have a lot of work space in the tower.
The biber prototype, called Adam, was tested on the water from March 29, 1944. In the beginning, tests were unsuccessful, but after defining the deficiencies, K. Dönitz agreed to produce four prototypes and later serial production. She gave a total of 324 pieces of Biber, Flenderwerke, Ansaldo and Klökner-Humbolt-Deutz.
Biberas were included in the so-called K-flotill, numbered 1 through 9. They were deployed during the Normandy invasion of the Channel Channel, the North Sea in Norway, the Sheldon estuary, and the Waal River in the attack on the Nijmegen bridge. Their success as torpedo carriers was very low. More achievements of the Bibery achieved by placing min. During the deployment, problems with exhaust gas penetration into the driver's section occurred. A large part of the lost Bibers suffers from this defect. Because of the small height, compass-oriented drivers had problems with orientation and targeting. In addition, Biber was stable on the surface and was unstable. Although several Bibers were captured during the war, there were no more tests. Several survivors of Biber are exhibited in museums.
The model was designed in 3D and is molded from metal molds. The parts are divided into two frames of gray plastic parts and a clear parts frame. Frame A includes hull parts, frame B armament parts. The decals offer four full-length Biberas and one in multicolored camouflage. He is decorated with a muzzle, just like one full-length machine. The rest carry the numbers on the tower.


 

1/72 Nakajima Ki-43-III Kó Hayabusa

 

Art.No. scale barcode
100-SH72178 1/72 8594071086039


PREPARED MODELS 10/2017


 

1/72  HAL Ajeet Mk.I "Indian Light Fighter"

 

Art.No. scale barcode
100-SH72370 1/72 8594071086190


1/72  Delta 1D / E US Transport plane

 

Art.No. scale barcode
100-SH72329 1/72 8594071085711


 

1/32  Fokker D.II

 

Art.No. scale barcode
100-SH32065 1/32 8594071086206


 

1/48  L-39ZO / ZA Albatros

 

Art.No. scale barcode
100-SH48167 1/48 8594071086039


 

1/32 Tempest – Engine Set for Special Hobby Kit

Art.No. scale barcode
129-5110 1/32 8595593125183

The set includes extremely detailed Napier Saber castings and its complete fitting into Tempest from Special Hobby. The engine is uncovered all including the bottom and the cooler. It has not even forgotten details such as hoses and various lines. The respective covers are not part of the set. The engine was created using 3D modeling.
ACCESSIBILITY: UK / WWII

 


 

1/35 American soldier with M18-57mm Recoilless Rifle (Bazooka), late WWII / Korean war

 

Art.No. scale barcode
129-F35 338 1/35 8595593125190

American soldier figure. A killing soldier in winter clothes holds Bazooku M18. Bazooka is cast separately from several parts. The arms of the figure are also cast separately. Bazooka is created using 3D modeling.
ACCESSIBILITY: USA / WWII


 

1/48 Commanding Officer (standing), US Army Infantry Squad 2nd Division

 

Art.No. scale barcode
129-F48 333 1/48 8595593125206

The figure of the US commander, a member of the US Army Infantry squad, 2nd Division, from a combat patrol somewhere in Afghanistan. The standing soldier is dressed in a bulletproof vest, has a helmet on the head and has anti-goggles on his face. He holds a SOPMOD M4 rifle on his chest and holds a backpack on his back MOLE. Master figurines originated in 3D modeling.


1/32 IAR-80A / 81 – Early Mainwheels for Special Hobby Kit

Art.No. scale barcode
129-Q32 282 1/32 8595593125213

Set includes main wheels with smooth tread and very detailed discs. The wheels are designed for the Lor-80/81 series Special Hobby and Azur / Frrom Romanian fighter jets.The master wheel was created by 3D modeling.
ACCESSIBILITY: Romania / WWII


 

1/32 IAR-80A / 81 – Mid Production Mainwheels for Special Hobby Kit

Art.No. scale barcode
129-Q32283 1/32 8595593125220

The set includes main wheels with anti-slip pattern and very detailed discs. The wheels are designed for the Lor-80/81 series Special Hobby and Azur / Frrom Romanian fighter jets.The master wheel was created by 3D modeling.
ACCESSIBILITY: Romania / WWII


 

1/72 Tucano T.1 – Ejection Seats (Martin-Baker MB 8LC), 2 pcs for Airfix kit

Art.No. scale barcode
129-Q72286 1/72 8595593125237

The set includes two detailed Martin-Baker MB 8LC seats for the British Airbus Tucano T.1 model. The seats are cast in one piece, including lashing belts.
ACCESSIBILITY: UK / Present


1/35 German WWI 25cm Schwerer Minenwerfer / Heavy Mortar – All Resin kit

 

Art.No. scale barcode
129-RA 058 1/35 8595593125244

 

German heavy trench mortar of the German imperial army. It was designed by Rheinmetall before the First World War, and I use it until its end. He was transported by two wheels mounted on a base plate and was placed in the trench or trench of the protective weapon and operator for shooting. During the war a version with a longer main, called n / A (neuer Art) was made. Older versions have been rewritten and / A (alter Art). Mines were used, for example, to siege the Maubeuge fortress in France and Liege and Namur in Belgium. By destroying trenches and barbed wire barriers, the 25cm Schwerer Minenwerfer was more efficient than shorter guns than cannons of much larger caliber.
   We designed the model of this famous weapon, just like other World War I weapons in the RA series, in 3D. Master has been printed on a 3D printer and the model is cast in excellent quality. 

ACCESSIBILITY: Germany / WWI