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Mebo

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Mebo last won the day on March 28 2013

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About Mebo

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  • Birthday 09/16/1975

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  1. Jup. I saw the Eduard 48 ones. Will look into the Lonestar ones. Thanks for the info. Cheers
  2. Thanks a lot for the link. Great stuff. I really like the VLR mustang and plan to build a few over time. What we need are some accurate 165 gallon droptanks with the plywood braces. I hope Eduard does them at some point but my hopes is not high. Do you know what available Kit that have the most accurate 165 gallon tanks? Cheers Mikkel
  3. I will take 3 sets. Also please consider doing a set for P-47's Thanks a lot Cheers
  4. Great post. Thanks a lot for the info
  5. Hi Miloslav Thanks a lot for the link. It is very helpful. Cheers Mikkel
  6. Beautiful work Miloslav. Thanks a lot for posting. Can i please ask where you found a plan/drawing of the rivets ? Cheers Mikkel
  7. Hi Barkhorn Looks really good. Thanks a lot for the small review. Cheers Mikkel
  8. Great work. Love the markings.
  9. I have some 0.12 mm brass sheet i use for stuff like this. Cheers M
  10. Yahu makes some great luftwaffe PE latches. Cheers M
  11. Hi Chuck I have been doing my own photoetch for a couple of years now and i had the same problem as you. I could not find any place to print in super small detail. I ended up buying a Samsung C1810w laser printer. I can not get detail as fine as 0.1 mm the smallest i have had succecs with is 0.2 mm. But i think it would be very difficult to get 0.1 mm detail on DIY etch even with a perfectly professional printed mask. Aligning the front and backside mask is very hard to do within a 0.1 mm tolerance. Also i think you need super thin photoresist to achive such details. I can send you a test print mask from the Samsung C1810 if you are interested. Have fun. Cheers Mikkel
  12. Looks basic but really nice. Will be a nice platform for some detailing. Especially like the fact all the control surfaces are separate. will bring some "life" to the finished model. Cheers Mikkel
  13. This kit looks like a lot of fun. I think i'm gonna build a few of them :-) Cheers Mikkel
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