AlexM Posted September 9, 2018 Author Share Posted September 9, 2018 Thanks for your kind comments! 6 hours ago, Learstang said: Great work on the bomb bay! That corrugated roof is pre-corrugated sheet plastic isn't it? I can't imagine you could 3-D print that out - I know my little printer couldn't. Still inspiring work, as in inspiring me to try something similar, albeit on a much smaller scale (maybe a 1/72nd scale racer, such as the Verville-Sperry R-3). Regards, Jason Yes, these are styrene plates I bought some yeas ago when I was dreaming of a Ju-52. It didn't happen, and propably won't happen since I think HKM is working on this one. 12 minutes ago, scvrobeson said: Can you use normal cement when you put the white styrene bits on the green printed stuff? Or does it need superglue? Matt Hi Matt, most parts are printed with a material called HIPS, which means High Impact Polystyrene, and can be perfectly glued with normal cement. Some parts of the wings are printed with a material called PLA, which is more difficult to glue. But I found a glue from Pattex which works pretty well on PLA as well on styrene. http://www.pattex.de/do-it-yourself-mit-pattex-klebstoffe-produkte-new/pattex-klebstoffe/spezialkleber/spezialkleber-modellbau.html monthebiff, scvrobeson and Learstang 3 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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