1/48 Me262A-1a "Schwalbe" Available

Discussion in 'Kit Announcements' started by NOBI, Oct 1, 2006.

  1. NOBI

    NOBI Active Member

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    Hi There,

    Finally I can finish Me262A-1a "Schwalbe" in 1/48 scale...in both weathering and non-Weathering version. See more information and Purchase Me262A-1a "Schwalbe" at http://thaipaperwork.com

    Thank you very much for all support.

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  2. Texman

    Texman Guest

    On order!
  3. Texman

    Texman Guest

    And it has arrived! That's quick. Thanks Nobi!
  4. Bowdenja

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    Dang Ray......... two times in a row!:grin: I must be slipping!
  5. NOBI

    NOBI Active Member

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    You alway welcome, That's my job...and thank you very much for your support
  6. Alcides

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    Well, I'm a fan of M262 :twisted: so I've to get one.:roll:

    and This just arrived !!! :grin:

    Nobi

    Just a comment, I can see this kit is different to other kits from you.

    I really prefer all the "white" parts: formers and strips in one separate page. I usually print this parts in a different paper. If a want this now I've to print the kit twice.

    Regards
    Alcides
  7. NOBI

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    Hi Alcide,

    I really want to know about thickness of strip what is good between same thickness with common part or normal paper's thickness (around 80 gram). I found same thickness with common part (what print in cardstock) is easy to glue another part into but that is my opinion. I want to know another modeler's opinion too.

    Thank you very much in advance...
  8. Texman

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    Nobi,

    I think that putting the connector strips on a seperate page will allow the modeller their choice of paper weight or cardstock, thus eliminating your dilemma.

    My opinion

    Ray
  9. yaniv

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    nobi your ork looks very nice

    i reammber the day we talk and u just start:)

    u pramiss me a IDF phantom :)