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Old 03-19-2018, 10:16 AM
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great....real great.

But a small question ....
Will the rear cylindrical parts of the instruments will be seen?
Are they not covered in the end by the dashboard?

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In the Me 262, there is no hood over the instrument panel and the back is visible from above


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It is a pleasure to follow this clean work very nice!
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. . . my small circle cutter has seen better days . . .

Now you'll have to get a new one. Dang!
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Old 03-20-2018, 07:38 AM
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Thanks for the comments

Yes, as Isaac has shown, the back of the instrument panel will remain reasonably visible.
@ Elliott - Maybe I can sharpen it

The control column closes one of the holes in the cockpit barrel. In the second picture, you can see that a couple of holes remain to be covered by other details…
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Old 03-20-2018, 09:39 AM
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Ha! The instrument panel has the same build-up as the Ju88 panel. Keep on rolling! To cut out the small circles is a tedious task. I used the tip of a very sharp hobby knife to "dot out" the small white circles and had flashbacks of Kindergarten. Beautiful result Ricardo, that's for sure. Also the control stick has great details.

Your "parts processing per year" (let's introduce a new parameter here: pppy) is very impressive. Mine is much lower. Perhaps on average per day something like 2.

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Thanks Erik You may find it amusing to know that I keep a file with some statistics on the models I've been assembling since 2003. That's when I searched the net on this subject for the first time and got
The total stands at 210 models and 109103 parts, not counting extras like train rivets...

In the first picture, the part 7e is printed in very thin paper. This is good because the zigzag shape would be very hard to achieve with normal paper.
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Old 03-21-2018, 10:44 AM
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very well, amazing work!
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Old 03-22-2018, 05:03 PM
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Thanks for the comments

Yes, as Isaac has shown, the back of the instrument panel will remain reasonably visible.
@ Elliott - Maybe I can sharpen it

The control column closes one of the holes in the cockpit barrel. In the second picture, you can see that a couple of holes remain to be covered by other details…
Beautiful work, What's the diameter of the coin so we can compare?
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Old 03-23-2018, 07:49 AM
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Thanks
The Euro cent coin has a diameter of 16mm.

The assembly shown in the previous post was pushed to its proper position in cockpit pressure barrel. The cockpit is almost finished and it is time to move to other assemblies.
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