PModel Boeing 747-400

Discussion in 'Kit Announcements' started by Huey, Jan 20, 2006.

  1. Huey

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  2. Gil

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    Huey,

    What's the password?

    -Gil
  3. Huey

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    Gil,

    Sorry for giving the wrong impression. PModel planes are for sale, not freebies. i just wanted to pass the word that there's a B747-400 in the market. my apologies
  4. Bowdenja

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    Hey Huey! How's it going?

    I think Gil was just yanking your chain!:twisted:

    That 747 looks great, I just might have to buy me a password.8) Have you guys noticed that since Lizzie asked the question why Military, we seem to have started spreading into civilian stuff. Just an observation.

    The problem with these BIG planes is I don't think 46Rob will have any place left on his ceiling to put them!:grin:

    john
  5. hpept

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    Aaaaarrrggghhhhhhh!!!!!!!! All my time spent converting the JAL 747 model for the SCA.... now i'll have to rescale the space shuttle to 1:144 and build a third one:twisted:
    Anyone knows if these PM models come in pdf protected files? i shall need to repaint the model to converto to SCA.
  6. rickstef

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    yeah the files are locked

    Rick
  7. Bowdenja

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    Just ordered mine! Big planes...........I love big planes!

    Speaking of that............I wonder when will someone put out the A380?

    john
  8. RyanShort1

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    How easy is it to order from PModel and how much did the 747 cost?

    Ryan
  9. modano1

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    Very easy, just order from this site and within a few hours an email will be sent to you for downloading.

    http://www.e-papermodels.com/

    You can switch the currency on the right side of this website, look up pmodel under manufactures.
  10. NYC Irish

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    Whats the scale on that Jumbo?

    John John
  11. rickstef

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    1:144, same as your Arizona build if i recall

    Rick
  12. NYC Irish

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    Oh that....I need to pick that up again....I just had murderous trouble finding Railings...

    John John
  13. Gil

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    Thanks Huey! Downloaded it tonight. 23 PDF pages. More after I've had time to look at it.

    -Gil
  14. Gil

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    Very Nice Model

    Hello All,

    Had a look at the 747-400j..., for the price this has got to be one of the best models I've seen. The designer has even provided colored join strips for those who desire to build with them which would be a shame not to on this model. From what I've seen so far the model is very well designed and assembly illustrations are good enough for the average modeler who is not fluent in Japanese. The detail is quite good overall and is good enough to print at 300-360 dpi for fine detail. The designer (K. Kiyonaga) has paid careful attention to the subject aircraft and has shown great craft in the way the paper is formed to adhere to the original structure. I believe this is going to be one beautiful model to build.

    The model comes password protected and is locked against modification but looks good as is. Modifying it might be a latter option for some but I think that keeping it just the way it is will be just fine.

    -Gil
  15. Jim Krauzlis

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    Thanks for the review, Gil!

    I have a few Pmodels in the hopper, just haven't gotten around to building one of them yet, but I was impressed by the design as well. Very nice models, and particularly so for the price.

    I have the A-10 Warthog printed out, but just can't seem to get around toward cutting paper on her so far...so many models, so little time.:)

    Cheers!

    Jim