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Old 11-18-2017, 06:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I would like to share with you my airport passenger bridge with LEDs, that i made last week but that is not finished yet and it is without painting and sanding, therefore it is not clean and not so nice, it is just a prototype. A better bridge is sure to come in the near future. The terminal is just provisionally, i will make also in the future a terminal with LEDs and maybe a few things inside of the terminal.

I also bought a JCW Airport Passenger Bridge but the JCW airport passenger bridge is too small to introduce my LEDs tape into inside the bridge, so i decided to spend my free time to make my own airport passenger bridge to fit all terminal when i want to make it.




















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Old 11-18-2017, 06:29 PM   #2 (permalink)
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JCW Airport Passenger Bridge with LEDs - I cut the LEDs tape narrower as close as possible to fit into the bridge.


















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Old 11-18-2017, 06:32 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Apropos terminal, here is my old Terminal I made 3 years ago (I made only only 1st and 2nd floor)



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Just for fun: Scania heavy transport as airplane towing tractor









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Very impressive,well done. Looks cool. The vehicles,what scale are they? all 1:200. If not what would be the closest in proportion 1:160.

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The Master. Does. It. AGAIN! :-)

Thanks for posting Vandan!
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Masterpiece, tks 4 sharing!
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Very impressive,well done. Looks cool. The vehicles,what scale are they? all 1:200. If not what would be the closest in proportion 1:160.
Thanks, the vehicles are all in 1:200 scale except the Scania heavy transport, it is N scale = 1:160

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Thank you. Every now and then I do something new if I could have time, I'm not the guy who always does the same thing.
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Looks amazing!
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Again a very nice set up with very nice Airplanes aswell. Thank you!
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you are a master craftsman vandan! really nice!
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Excellent work as always....

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Vandan,

You are really taking it to next level.

Impressive.

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Simply amazing! What do you use to attach the people to the ground etc.?
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Again a very nice set up with very nice Airplanes aswell. Thank you!
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Thank you, actually it was no right setup and photos, I just wanted to show you my bridge.




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Simply amazing! What do you use to attach the people to the ground etc.?
Thank you. So you just need a thin, flat object (such as a piece of stiff paper or cardboard), stick the figure on it and push into inside of the bridge.

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Thanks. I see how that works for inside the bridge. Was just wondering what you use to glue the people to the paper.
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Haha good one - 'King of the Road' hauling 'Queen of the Sky'
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Thanks. I see how that works for inside the bridge. Was just wondering what you use to glue the people to the paper.
Okay, sorry , I understood differently. I just used normal glue (UHU), So I can remove the figures anytime

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