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Old 08-29-2016, 11:46 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I know this has been covered, but I have not seen very many examples where it was used in a diorama. This is a nice representation of the real bridges seen across the globe. It has excellent range of motion and extends nicely. My only change would be to provide another set of longer stairs on the outside for when the bridge is elevated for wide bodies. You can see where is looks out of place next to the 767 as apposed to the 717.





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It is a little on the expensive side, but you only live once. I am toying with doing a large diorama and will probably need more.

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Looks very good! Lots of attention to detail
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YES indeed, looks great!!
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Looks very nice indeed. One thing I don't like is the part that connects to the aircraft, could be done better but overall a very nice piece.

Where did you get those grey pallets in photo #1?
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Looks very nice indeed. One thing I don't like is the part that connects to the aircraft, could be done better but overall a very nice piece.

Where did you get those grey pallets in photo #1?
Thanks, and I agree on the connector, especially for what they charge. The pallets are from shapeways.

When are we going to see more of your photography?

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Awesome work there Brian - love the detail. Thanks for posting.
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Looks very nice indeed. One thing I don't like is the part that connects to the aircraft, could be done better but overall a very nice piece.

Where did you get those grey pallets in photo #1?
I've ended up buying about 2 dozen of these and was also unimpressed by the connecting awning. I modified all of mine with foam paper. I think it completes the jetways.
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Thanks, and I agree on the connector, especially for what they charge. The pallets are from shapeways.

When are we going to see more of your photography?
Cool, will have to check out those pallets. Do you have a link for them and the containers and tractor? Did you have to paint them?

I've added some of my photos on my site Jan Jasinski Photography and mostly post on airplane-pictures.net or Instagram.
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I've ended up buying about 2 dozen of these and was also unimpressed by the connecting awning. I modified all of mine with foam paper. I think it completes the jetways.
Those looks better! Real nice setup you have, something I dream of having someday.

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I've ended up buying about 2 dozen of these and was also unimpressed by the connecting awning. I modified all of mine with foam paper. I think it completes the jetways.
Nice terminal!
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Cool, will have to check out those pallets. Do you have a link for them and the containers and tractor? Did you have to paint them?

I've added some of my photos on my site Jan Jasinski Photography and mostly post on airplane-pictures.net or Instagram.

Those looks better! Real nice setup you have, something I dream of having someday.

Wow, your website is amazing. Such artistry! It is really top notch. I already bookmarked it....

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GSE 1:200 ULD Transport Set (MFA6G8B6R) by Ngineer

You do paint them yourself which has its pros and cons.

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Wow, your website is amazing. Such artistry! It is really top notch. I already bookmarked it....

Here is a link for you:

GSE 1:200 ULD Transport Set (MFA6G8B6R) by Ngineer

You do paint them yourself which has its pros and cons.

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Thanks for the compliment! First time I hear someone bookmarking my page

Hmm too bad about painting them, I feel I would ruin them.
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Thanks for the compliment! First time I hear someone bookmarking my page

Hmm too bad about painting them, I feel I would ruin them.

It's not very hard.... Give it a try.
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Where do you buy the jetways? Link? I went to the GSE link but didn't see the jetways there.
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Where do you buy the jetways? Link? I went to the GSE link but didn't see the jetways there.
I got mine from eBay. However, I did find a link to the manufacturer:

Jet Bridge 1/200 scale | Jetway models | Mozartmodels Shop

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The bridge is very nice indeed! Only complaint is of course the connector part to the aircraft. Otherwise it's good quality and realistic!

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Beautiful set up!
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