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Old 03-21-2014, 04:06 AM   #1
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We were invited to join the Wings900 forum as some of the members there requested we build them some 1:500, 1:400 and 1:200 aircraft not currently available elsewhere. We are 3D Printing Modellers so we have built a range of models for that forum group and I hope it might also interest some members here. These models are designed for those of you who want to customise your own aircraft and we supply them either on sprues or as fully assembled aircraft. Hope this is of interest and please have a look at our online shop for the full range of our models

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Awesome! This will open up the floodgate to many opportunities. I will be watching this space with keen eyes
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I have been following your thread on Wings900 with great interest and the first models you have produced are very impressive. However, I am not sure why you have made BAe146s, as they are already available in diecast from Gemini Jets, JC Wings and Jet-X?

I would love to see some historical models made like those listed in my signature list, as well as others not available in 1/400 scale.

Having said that, painting and finishing could be an issue for many. If a finish cannot be achieved to match other models in our collections, these would be a non-starter for me? Painting is one thing, but without detailed decal sets or the ability to print airline liveries and markings, I would be hesitant to buy any of these.
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Very interesting, I usually opt to have my masters CNC milled, as 3D printing often leaves "steps" which are hard to fully remove. I would be interested though to see what you can do in 1:200. I actually have a pair of your Beech 1900D's, one coment, the tail plane is very weak and both snapped in transit, and it's not a clean/easy thing to repair due to the nature of the product material
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would 3D printing lend itself to the production of 1:200 GSE and other airport accessories? Im sure there would be interest in this area, especially for those who want to build there own airports....
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Ordered my Saab 2000
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Wow, might have to try my hand at one of these, any chance of a Jetstream 41? can't wait to see some GSE too. I've got a feeling that 3D printing could be a big development to our hobby.
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Very interesting, I usually opt to have my masters CNC milled, as 3D printing often leaves "steps" which are hard to fully remove. I would be interested though to see what you can do in 1:200. I actually have a pair of your Beech 1900D's, one coment, the tail plane is very weak and both snapped in transit, and it's not a clean/easy thing to repair due to the nature of the product material
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We have made the aircraft physically accurate so that each element is true to life but a reduced scale. I am surprised that the Beech 1900D's tail plane broke, any models that do not arrive in one piece will be replaced as all packages are insured. Please email me on [email protected] so we discuss in more detail.
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I have been following your thread on Wings900 with great interest and the first models you have produced are very impressive. However, I am not sure why you have made BAe146s, as they are already available in diecast from Gemini Jets, JC Wings and Jet-X?

I would love to see some historical models made like those listed in my signature list, as well as others not available in 1/400 scale.

Having said that, painting and finishing could be an issue for many. If a finish cannot be achieved to match other models in our collections, these would be a non-starter for me? Painting is one thing, but without detailed decal sets or the ability to print airline liveries and markings, I would be hesitant to buy any of these.
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We built the BAE 146 models at the request of the Wings900 forum members. There we held a poll for their top requested models and these were at the top of their list. Interestingly these are one of our top selling models, usually the BAE 146-300.

Painting and Finishing of 1:500 scale models is a fine art and as some of these models are incredibly small in parts it takes a steady hand and patience. The guys at Wings900 have produced some really lovely models and I will be uploading images, with their consent, to our website soon.

We are working with several members of the Wings900 forum on how to provide ready painted models with decals but at the moment its early days but I'll keep the forum updated on our progress.
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would 3D printing lend itself to the production of 1:200 GSE and other airport accessories? Im sure there would be interest in this area, especially for those who want to build there own airports....
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Yes and we are developing some models at the moment. What we have found is that airport lights are very expensive at all scales so we are looking to provide sets of about 25 in a polished white material. We should have some images of that in a few hours to upload to our shop.
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Wow, might have to try my hand at one of these, any chance of a Jetstream 41? can't wait to see some GSE too. I've got a feeling that 3D printing could be a big development to our hobby.
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We are able to model any aircraft at any scale thanks to the world of 3D Printing so if you would like a particular model made we request that you order at least 5 models and then we will not charge a modelling fee. Would you like us to model this one for you? What scale would you like it in? To guage a price/model if you look at our shop and see an aircraft of a similar size then it will match that price.
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Ordered my Saab 2000
I would love to get it customed to BA!!
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Thanks for your order, really appreciate it. We are looking at how to customise models but as of yet we have not finalised a method. There are other Wings900 forum members that are providing that service for each other. If you would like any of the models you have listed made we ask for minimum orders of 5 so we can cover our modelling costs. Would you like us to look at any of them for you?
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Flood Lights now available

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We have just added our first GSE model to our shop. Our flood lights are available at incredible prices and in packs of 10, 25 and 50 to suit everyones needs. Happy Printing.
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Nice floodlights. I don't do dioramas, displays, etc. but I have an idea which could be interesting. I haven't given much thought to it, but perhaps someone else could tweak it so that it's feasible.

The design of these floodlights could be modified a little so that people could mount single LEDs to each "lightbox" (or whatever they're called). At the same time, the pillar could be hollowed out a little for wiring to pass through so the LEDs could be powered. Maybe 1:500 is too small for this, but it could work for 1:200 or even 1:400. Just a thought.
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Hi guys
Does anybody else what a Dornier 328 prop aircraft in 1:200?
It's just that I would like the mould to be made but I cannot afford to have 5 as the first order has to take 5 aircraft
Can anybody help me or is interested?
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Not the livery but this aircraft
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Hey guys, glad this forum now gets a chance to receive 3D printing as well. It's been around on Wings900 for awhile.

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Nice floodlights. I don't do dioramas, displays, etc. but I have an idea which could be interesting. I haven't given much thought to it, but perhaps someone else could tweak it so that it's feasible.

The design of these floodlights could be modified a little so that people could mount single LEDs to each "lightbox" (or whatever they're called). At the same time, the pillar could be hollowed out a little for wiring to pass through so the LEDs could be powered. Maybe 1:500 is too small for this, but it could work for 1:200 or even 1:400. Just a thought.
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I think for the 1:200 this would definitely work...and the good news....the pole is already hollow on the 1:200 scale model. If you'd like to order a few of them and see how led lights might work then we'd be happy to update the models so we can make an LED ready version.
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Does anybody else what a Dornier 328 prop aircraft in 1:200?
It's just that I would like the mould to be made but I cannot afford to have 5 as the first order has to take 5 aircraft
Can anybody help me or is interested?
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Hi Callum,
We have had a request for 1 Dornier 328 already in another forum so with your 1 you only need 3 more. Hope that helps.
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Wow, might have to try my hand at one of these, any chance of a Jetstream 41? can't wait to see some GSE too. I've got a feeling that 3D printing could be a big development to our hobby.
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If you order 5 Jetstreams 41 we can model this for you. With regards the GSE, we have uploaded some floodlights so we will see how these sell before moving onto more GSE models.
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We have made the aircraft physically accurate so that each element is true to life but a reduced scale. I am surprised that the Beech 1900D's tail plane broke, any models that do not arrive in one piece will be replaced as all packages are insured. Please email me on [email protected] so we discuss in more detail.
It was a little disappointing, I think it was down to the Shapeways transportation method, the polythene bag didn't offer a huge amount of protection!

What are your thoughts on a Bombardier Global Express. More specifically, a Raytheon Sentinel R1 (a modified GS with some added radar equipment..) I would love one, if possible? I am sure the Global Express would sell well!
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Surprised how nobody has commented on the pic and how low that plane is on the flyby!
Anybody up for a Dornier 328 model? In 1:200
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It was a little disappointing, I think it was down to the Shapeways transportation method, the polythene bag didn't offer a huge amount of protection!

What are your thoughts on a Bombardier Global Express. More specifically, a Raytheon Sentinel R1 (a modified GS with some added radar equipment..) I would love one, if possible? I am sure the Global Express would sell well!
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We are happy to take on any aircraft commission, all we ask is that you order a minimum of 5 aircraft and then we can model it for you. What scale were you thinking of and I can let you know how much they would cost.
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We are happy to take on any aircraft commission, all we ask is that you order a minimum of 5 aircraft and then we can model it for you. What scale were you thinking of and I can let you know how much they would cost.

It would be 1:200 scale, it would probably be best made in separate parts (wheels/tail/engines separate). Let me know the costs. Also, I sent you an e-mail regarding CNC milling.

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It would be 1:200 scale, it would probably be best made in separate parts (wheels/tail/engines separate). Let me know the costs. Also, I sent you an e-mail regarding CNC milling.

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Can you resend your email please? I recall seeing it but thought I had replied. With regards your 1:200 aircraft. We can model that. Did you want it for Mould making or for painting as we would need to make it differently if for mould making.
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Can you resend your email please? I recall seeing it but thought I had replied. With regards your 1:200 aircraft. We can model that. Did you want it for Mould making or for painting as we would need to make it differently if for mould making.
Possibly for mould making, but it does depend how much work would need to be done to get it up to scratch. Possibly elements like the ventral fins under the rear of the fuselage may be left off and I can create them with very thin plasticard? As I know 3D print limits the wall thicknesses you can use. I will re-send my e-mail too
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Possibly for mould making, but it does depend how much work would need to be done to get it up to scratch. Possibly elements like the ventral fins under the rear of the fuselage may be left off and I can create them with very thin plasticard? As I know 3D print limits the wall thicknesses you can use. I will re-send my e-mail too
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We can achieve walls of 0.3mm with our printer (0.1mm actually but its too fragile to post) but from our experience anything less than 0.5mm is really tough to mould from. At 1:200 I think we should be able to get all the detail you need on the model but as you said we can make them as separate parts. Also for moulds we would suggest you print the model with 1-3mm walls. This will use more material than a paint-able model (0.5mm) so there is a printing cost difference as you can imagine.
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We can achieve walls of 0.3mm with our printer (0.1mm actually but its too fragile to post) but from our experience anything less than 0.5mm is really tough to mould from. At 1:200 I think we should be able to get all the detail you need on the model but as you said we can make them as separate parts. Also for moulds we would suggest you print the model with 1-3mm walls. This will use more material than a paint-able model (0.5mm) so there is a printing cost difference as you can imagine.
Ok, sounds interesting! Will be interesting to get an idea of cost, let me know the damage The end goal would likely be to have it cast in resin, but it may be diecast, we shall see! ALso a cost for just a paintable model would be good too.
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Ok, sounds interesting! Will be interesting to get an idea of cost, let me know the damage The end goal would likely be to have it cast in resin, but it may be diecast, we shall see! ALso a cost for just a paintable model would be good too.
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We ask for new models that a minimum order of £100 is placed. For 1:200 this would be £105 and you would receive 5 aircraft.

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We ask for new models that a minimum order of £100 is placed. For 1:200 this would be £105 and you would receive 5 aircraft.

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We can discuss this via email so please resend your email and we can work through your requirements.
Drop me an e-mail at [email protected] I sent you an email but not sure if you received.
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New Releases

Hi Everyone, we are happy to announce some new releases in our online shop. They are as follows:

  1. EMB 110
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Also we have some new aircraft coming soon:

  1. Dornier 328 (Prop)
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Please place your orders here:

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Thank you for the wonderful model of the DHC-7. It looks great. Will be picking one or two up shortly.
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