Help with Boeing 777 3-View (underside)

Discussion in 'Aircraft & Aviation' started by edkeffel, Apr 3, 2007.

  1. edkeffel

    edkeffel Member

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    Friends,

    I need 3-view drawings of Boeing 777. I am building a model of this plane, (I made the nose with foam and sprayed acrylic emulsion over it and sanded). The rest of the plane will be built in cardboard.

    I have the basic dimensions and general layout, but I need now more accurate drawings.

    I need good quality drawings of the B 777, specially of the underside.

    So I ask you for help.

    Thanks.

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  2. 4ps

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    Cathay Pacific painting is not bad

    but I prefer dream liner painting

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  5. edkeffel

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    Thank you all. I should searched on the Boeing site more deeply. But there are no underside views, nor even right and left side views. Only top views.
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    These are the Boeing CAD drawings, converted to PDF. Each drawing is a 3-view.

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    Oi edkeffel. The cockpit looks very good. Which scale are you working on? I would love to see this plane built. keep us updated.
  8. edkeffel

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    I´m affraid I will not be able to built it. I have no underside views.
  9. hpept

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    Do you think it's really necessary to have an underside view? Shape can be told by the upside view, while particulars could be estimated by photos. You can get a bunch of pics at the following address:
    http://www.airliners.net/
    Lots of pictures are taken by spotters during takeoff and landing, so underside should be no problem.
  10. edkeffel

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    yes, but

    Its not a professional way. I must have accurate diagrams. Maybe I will turn it into a tabletop model.
  11. Lex

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    I think it's not particularly hard to convert a perspective photo into a plan drawing. I've done that before.
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