1/32 ww2 hardware

Discussion in 'Dream Kits & Wish Lists' started by Corsair, May 8, 2008.

  1. Corsair

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    hey any1 know were i can find 1/32 ww2 hardware free?
  2. Dragos

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    hardware ??? You mean airplanes , tanks, trucks or what ?
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    like tanks AA guns howitzers and the M18 hellcat
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    WOW THAT TIGER IS SWEEEEEEEEEEET
    o and it clearly says "non scale" but still its awsome thank you sooooooo much

    hey do any of you know of an M 18 hellcat paper model?
    can any1 scale the halftrack model http://serezasmodels.narod.ru/raskroy/ht-kit.gif up to 1/32 for me
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    You need to know the scale of the model that you are working with. Most full-sized card armour models are 1:25 scale, and card aircraft are 1:33. If you do not know the scale, either contact the designer or get a good scale drawing of the prototype (1:1 scale)and take some measurements.



    The formula to REDUCE SCALE is ( Original / Reduction = New Reduced Size), or . (O/R=NRS)

    Therefore, to REDUCE 1:25 scale to 1:35 scale is (25/35 ) = 71% (0.71)



    The formula to ENLARGE SCALE is (Enlarged/ Original = New Enlarged Size) or( E/0 = NES)

    Therefore, to ENLARGE 1:35 scale to 1:25 is (35/25 ) = 1.4 (140%)


    For example: to REDUCE a 1:25 model to 1:32, we apply the formula (25/32 )=NRS 78%