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Hi Folks, having a bit of a clear out of a lot of 3d printed parts I have been running recently, and I will take a boxful to the Scale Modelworld show at Telford this coming weekend, Andy Hills at Antics has kindly offered a bit of space on his stand to keep them and hopefully sell a few! I will have some on me too, so please, if you see me, stop me and buy one!! My name isn't Lobby Ludd though, so no 10 shilling notes on offer, I am afraid.... I will try and upload some pics shortly, but at the moment, I have some of the following: 1:32 2x RAF/FAA Mk XI Depth Charges £5 1:32 2x USAF/USN Mk 82 500lb Slicks £5 1:32 1x RAF LITENING targeting Pod £8 1:32 Centre and Inner Pylons for Revell Eurofighter Typhoon £9 1:32 2x RAF/FAA Mk VIII Depth Charges £5 1:32 2x RAF/FAA 250lb MC Bombs £5 1:32 2x RAF/FAA 250lb SAP Bombs £5 1:32 2x RAF/FAA Mk 11 Depth Charges £7 Perfect for Revell Lynx! 1:32 Hawker Hunter F4 tail cone £5 Parts only in a box by the way, no decals or etched parts, or instructions. I know you lot will be able to cope with that though.... I also have done a bunch of Harrier Ferry tanks in various scales, which will be on sale at the IPMS Harrier SIG I will try and bring some other samples of 3d printed items to show anyone interested in them, always happy to discuss the pros and cons of course! Looking forward to seeing everyone at the show, and of course anyone interested in getting some of these parts who can't make the show, do drop me a PM. Happy to mail world wide! Here are the parts for the Mk 11 DCs suitable for the Lynx. I'll take some better pics!!! Parts are built on a FormLabs 2, so the detail and surface quality is pretty good!
Hello! This is Revell's re-issue of their Heinkel HE219, with new parts to make it as the earlier A-0. Built virtually out of the box, except for some Eduard etched seat belts. I used Xtracolor enamels for the camouflage. Straight forward kit, no real pitfalls, but it needs a lot of nose weight to keep it off it's tail! Thanks for looking, Angelo