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B24 Liberator - 1/12th scale PSS

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Andy Meade31/10/2018 16:28:18
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That sounds good Al - we'll have an 8th Air Force before you know it!

Flyer31/10/2018 16:46:01
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Looking good Andy

I really need some workshop time! Nice to know you experts have some projects taking years too; gives us lesser mortals some hope. devil

Cheers

Ade

Flyer31/10/2018 16:46:02
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grr   duplicated post

 

 

Edited By Flyer on 31/10/2018 16:51:46

J.H. Rood14/11/2018 20:04:22
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AS SEEN TODAY on HYPERSCALE:

This I.P.M.S. good guy Jef Verswyvel is a hoot, AND he has no idea yet that a 1/12th scale monster Lib is emerging from the Meade Aircraft Werks!

Edited By J.H. Rood on 14/11/2018 20:05:42

Andy Meade15/11/2018 09:35:52
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Very nice John yes I started glassing Libby bits last night - the tailplane first to get it, as that'll be at a primed stage before being fitted permanently into the fus.

Still wondering how to operate the B24's unique bomb-bay doors crook

Alan Gorham_15/11/2018 09:44:13
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Have you considered a sail winch servo Andy?

Andy Meade15/11/2018 09:56:05
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I haven't, no. I think at this scale it's going be really fiddly to make all four doors open and close in a scale like fashion. ...and then land on them on the slope surprise

Alan Gorham_15/11/2018 10:07:37
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I think the mechanism would be do-able with 2 winch servos, but I agree that making it strong enough to survive slope landings would be tricky.

Andy Meade07/12/2018 15:56:40
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Still tickling it along - bottom of fus is glassed for protection now, as I finish off the back end (turret mount, tailplane mount, bellcranks etc) :

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Tailplane and elevators all glassed and knocked back, ready for finalising of mechanism. Here sat on top of my little Seahawk that is just having it's cockpit made :

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Alan Gorham_07/12/2018 17:38:03
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As well as seeing you get the Lib nearer completion (ready for 2019!), any chance of some pics of the Seahawk in it's own thread please Mr. Meade?

Andy Meade08/12/2018 09:46:22
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I've not really got much in the way of build pics I'm afraid Alan, but you can search for Seahawk on my blog here : www.slopenomad.blogspot.com
dirk tinck09/12/2018 14:00:24
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Good luck with the dead-line Andy !Not much PSS on my bench lately i'm affraid...But i will try to have something new for next season,something never seen on any slope ....smile d

Andy Meade09/12/2018 14:04:58
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Thanks Dirk yes I've not really got that much of a deadline, I'll just try and get a few airframes finished during next season. These include the 1/4 scale Typhoon, the big C17, this B24, the Seahawk, and hopefully my Ilyushin 102 (another one not modelled at all, as far as I can see).

After that, I'll be getting on with a large-ish Gannet, 5m span M55 Mystic, and the quarter scale FW190., but they are next winter's build really. Phew!

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