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Discussion in 'Space & Aeronautics' started by milenio3, Mar 22, 2007.
There is a neat part that embraces one end of the arm, so it can be attached to the payload bay.
And the Canadarm finds its place on the bay;
And the Space Shuttle Endeavor open bay, in its STS-29 configuration (maiden flight of the Endeavor) is ready!!
Thank you, Alfonso, for your designs on [ALL] the Shuttles!!
More to come.
This is one fine shuttle model Gerardo. Kudos!
My hat is off to you! This is great, very nice building steps.
Congratulations. The model looks beautiful.
Guys, there are more payloads to come.
Great job, Gerardo! Nice and clean - no way is that paper!!!!
Gerardo, that is beautiful! The pictures on black look like the real shuttle in space! Wow!
Alfonso, your shuttle models are fantastic. I hope to build one soon.
Shuttle Cargo Bay Interior and Doors
Muchas Gracias, Gerardo,
That is one good-looking 'Endeavour' shuttle! Amazing work on the interior and cargo load as well as the Canadarm! Simply stunning and beautiful!
Re. your hinge method: That is a really neat way of solving the hinge problem - and one that probably will hold together for many openings of the cargo bay doors.
All the best,
I agree with sir Bengt on your hinge method!!! I have to try it!!! :-D
alfonso you one gifted co-shuttle addict.
good thing i found yer site, here i am,building a stack plus trying to find an accurate(and legal) way to resize jaybat's X-71 to fit on your stack.
i realized that the 71's nose sits higher than the SRB's.
i tried resizing it to 150%, but it it out of the borders of my 8.5x11 card.