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8 hours ago, LSP_Kevin said:

 

runs counter to the whole point of this build (and my entire airliner series), which is to have a relatively quick and painless build, without all the hiccups and friction that I normally experience. I guess it's just not to be!

 

Kev

You could always cast a copy of the other side if it is possible.  Its not hard to make a 2 piece mold of something like that and it beats trying to scratch build it

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31 minutes ago, The Madhatter said:

You could always cast a copy of the other side if it is possible.  Its not hard to make a 2 piece mold of something like that and it beats trying to scratch build it

 

I probably would have tried that had it not already been glued in place. Happily, I found the part lurking at the bottom of my waste bin, so the panic is over!

 

Kev

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On 1/6/2021 at 1:37 PM, LSP_K2 said:

Not necessarily on-point, but I see once again that the artist bungled the depiction of both the engine axis and inlet ellipse. I saw a radial engined kit the other day that was a pure joke in that regard. The engine, as depicted, was probably a good 20° to 30° out of alignment with the axis of the aircraft itself.

 

Plus they really look too large.

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