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  1. Jaitea's Avatar
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    Jan 25, 2017, 5:30 PM - Re: Millennium Falcon parts for 3d Printing #426

    maruska said: View Post
    The only printable parts for the McLaren (I'm assuming you're talking the M23, not the M8) is the chassis (part #10). It's very thin walled though - so would need some tweaking to print at a quarter it's original scale.

    J.
    Yes,...thats the part.....I see what you mean (looking at the sprue shots on google),...not thick walled.....I suppose it could be scratch built with styrene

    John
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    Jan 25, 2017, 5:32 PM - Re: Millennium Falcon parts for 3d Printing #427

    akumazeto said: View Post
    Its the trans from a 12a rotary. I have 5 of them in my garage. I need to strip syncrhos to repair my rx3 sp trans. Here it is modeled with both 12a housings intermediate plates and the intake manifold for the Nikki Carb


    https://grabcad.com/library/entex-ro...sion-housing-1
    Ha - yeah - that's my CAD file. ; )
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    Jan 25, 2017, 5:55 PM - Re: Millennium Falcon parts for 3d Printing #428

    Jaitea said: View Post
    Yes,...thats the part.....I see what you mean (looking at the sprue shots on google),...not thick walled.....I suppose it could be scratch built with styrene

    John
    Here's a drawing of the part for you to play with. It's on an 11 x 8.5" sheet. There is a 2" reference square in the lower lefthand corner.

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    Cheers,
    J.
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    Jan 25, 2017, 11:48 PM - Re: Millennium Falcon parts for 3d Printing #429

    Thank you Joshua, very good of you to do this

    John
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    Jan 26, 2017, 2:16 AM - Re: Millennium Falcon parts for 3d Printing #430

    Thanks Joshua!
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    Jan 20, 2018, 1:40 PM - Re: Millennium Falcon parts for 3d Printing #431

    more random Falcon bits...

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    The Ferrari engine bits were fun to model as they actually fit together to make, well, an engine...

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    J.
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    Jan 20, 2018, 1:45 PM - Re: Millennium Falcon parts for 3d Printing #432

    You sir have some mad skills.
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    Jan 20, 2018, 4:38 PM - Re: Millennium Falcon parts for 3d Printing #433

    Nice!

    I always associate the Ferrari pieces with the 32" Falcon...
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    Jan 20, 2018, 6:27 PM - Re: Millennium Falcon parts for 3d Printing #434

    nkg said: View Post
    Nice!

    I always associate the Ferrari pieces with the 32" Falcon...
    Pretty sure those were 1/20. These are 1/12.
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    Jan 20, 2018, 6:58 PM - Re: Millennium Falcon parts for 3d Printing #435

    Ah. Makes sense!

    I only recognize a couple of the Ferrari parts from the five footer's pits and sidewalls. Aside from the obvious mandible tips, that is.
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    Jan 21, 2018, 12:15 PM - Re: Millennium Falcon parts for 3d Printing #436

    Great work once again maruska
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    Apr 10, 2018, 8:16 PM - Re: Millennium Falcon parts for 3d Printing #437

    Every time I come back to this thread I'm newly amazed.
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    6 Days Ago  Sep 12, 2018, 6:02 AM - Re: Millennium Falcon parts for 3d Printing #438

    Hi, new member just joined and inspired by what I saw here, I have uploaded files to GrabCad for the 1:32 Revell F4 Phantom II Main Gear Legs.

    Parts 38 & 39 which are left and right. I hope they are of use.

    So impressed with the dedication and research by members here.

    Regards, Bjorn

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    6 Days Ago  Sep 12, 2018, 7:48 AM - Re: Millennium Falcon parts for 3d Printing #439

    Is anyone making an ESB/32" Falcon cockpit and cone for the 1/144 bandai falcon?
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    6 Days Ago  Sep 12, 2018, 7:57 AM - Re: Millennium Falcon parts for 3d Printing #440

    Carnet said: View Post
    Is anyone making an ESB/32" Falcon cockpit and cone for the 1/144 bandai falcon?
    I've never seen such a thing. Out of curiosity, why would you want a 32" style cone for that kit? Is it just some personal preference thing? Because if you wanted the Bandai 1:144 to look like the 32" Falcon you'd have to redo the whole thing. Not only are all the greeblies different, but the actual geometry is completely different.
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    6 Days Ago  Sep 12, 2018, 8:38 AM - Re: Millennium Falcon parts for 3d Printing #441

    nkg said: View Post
    I've never seen such a thing. Out of curiosity, why would you want a 32" style cone for that kit? Is it just some personal preference thing? Because if you wanted the Bandai 1:144 to look like the 32" Falcon you'd have to redo the whole thing. Not only are all the greeblies different, but the actual geometry is completely different.

    I am building a 1/144 scale Asteroid Chase diorama with the kit.

    The most immediately identifiable differences are the cockpit cone and the radar dish (I'm sure there are plenty of people ready to disagree with that statement), but the rest of the differences are acceptable to me for this project. I have Tony RR's cockpit cone and cockpit, and if that is all there is, then it's fine, but I'd love to have the ESB cone.

    I asked Tony if he had ever considered designing one, and he said he might, but no time soon.
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    12 Hours Ago  Sep 18, 2018, 6:28 AM - Re: Millennium Falcon parts for 3d Printing #442

    maruska said: View Post
    Pretty sure those were 1/20. These are 1/12.
    Actually both are used on the 32 falcon. :-)

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