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Bil last won the day on October 29 2017

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  1. That engine truly is a work of art.
  2. Peter, for another poster I took some detailed photos of the FW-190D (reproduction) at the local Military Aviation Museum... you can get them here: FW-190D Photos Additionally I also took photos of an original FW-190A.. as your model is kind of a hybrid, maybe they will also be helpful: FW-190A Photos Hope something in those links is helpful. Bil
  3. All I can say is... wow. Simply gorgeous.
  4. Thank you for this build thread, I have enjoyed every minute of it. Your final result is very easy on the eyes. Bil
  5. I love the little guard for the MG to ensure the gunner doesn't shoot their rudder off. Bil
  6. I love this build, its gorgeous... only one thing missing... the catapult for the display stand.
  7. Unless the wings are covered with wood, like the D-VIII, I am pretty sure that rib-tapes were a mandatory safety feature for fabric covered wings. I would bet that even though they aren't prominent on photos that doesn't mean they aren't there. This is a gorgeous build so far, love the engine and the framing especially... very well done.
  8. There is also Eugen Lorcher's FW-190-F8 which was mostly bare metal.. sorry couldn't find much else about it online:
  9. This is incredible workmanship. Amazing really.
  10. Love it, a HUGE improvement over the kit part... learning to solder is on my to-do list. Bil
  11. Nice work Tim.. if you turn that cowl the other way around the supports will be on the inside and it'll leave your exterior surface blemish free... the inside can be as ugly as you want, eh? As far as shrinkage with the Anycubic Photon printer.. I have not noticed that at all. in fact the parts are coming out exactly the right size, and months later there has been no shrinkage that I can notice... real thin parts can indeed warp though.. so you have to be careful of that... but once glued in position they are usually fine.
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