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  1. Sounds good, but there are no pics...
  2. Very impressive to say the least. It's definitely not my favourite Adversary scheme, but one of the most difficult to "nail" - and that's what you did. Excellent model!
  3. A true work of art. I can't say it often enough, I am lost for words every time I open your thread, Peter. Just jaw-droppingly good.
  4. Wow, absolutely stunning to say the least. Excellent job so far!
  5. Absolutely stunning - I am just wondering how the cowling can be opened and closed with the sand filters fitted?
  6. Absolutely stunning - makes me want to build one myself, but I am not sure I'd be motivated enough to push it as far as you do... Keep the pics coming!
  7. Couldn't agree more. This will be spectacular once finished!
  8. Thanks Timmy, the engine nacelle helps a lot - I will compare it with the existing part I have and decide whether I have to re-design it or not. Thanks again for your precious help!
  9. I have to get back to the EAPS... I have made a quick CAD drawing, but I need a reference dimension - the overall length for example. I have scaled the drawing using the rear diameter of the EAPS - where it meets the engine nacelle - as a reference. The resulting part looks too short which could also mean that my engine nacelles are too small... Do you have any reference dimensions you could share, Timmy?
  10. Well observed! I have to admit I would not have expected this conversion to cause so much work... just don't stop right now, it'll look excellent!
  11. When you first exported from Rhino! I do not have experience with Rhino, but when you export parts from Inventor and have the STL resolution turned to 'low', my parts look like yours. Check if there are any options when you export your part to STL and if so, check if you can turn the export resolution to 'high'.
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