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Old 03-11-2019, 08:05 PM
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Cool Horizontal fins and elevators

here are the fins
Yak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_8977.jpgYak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_8978.jpg

and with the separate elevators
Yak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_8979.jpgYak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_8981.jpg

insert short wood spar in the vertical fin position
Yak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_8980.jpg


glue the fins on the tail
Yak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_8982.jpgYak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_8983.jpg


add the elevators
Yak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_8985.jpgYak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_8986.jpgYak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_8987.jpg


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Old 03-11-2019, 08:10 PM
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Exclamation Landing gear bay lining

Here is the main landing gear bay after the lining is inserted. Same technique as used in the Yak 19 and Yak 30 models.

Insert the lining folded with light glue on the mating surfaces in the fuselage and wing, unfold and glue in place.

Yak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_8999.jpg


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Old 03-11-2019, 08:13 PM
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Exclamation Status pics- almost done

At this point we still need the landing gear and doors , wheels and canopy as well as the wing tip tanks.


For now here is the model at this stage
Yak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_8992.jpgYak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_8993.jpgYak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_8994.jpgYak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_8995.jpgYak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_8996.jpg

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Old 03-13-2019, 08:49 AM
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Cool Both Florida builds compared

Here are the pictures of both the Yak 19 and Yak 25 models that I built while on the road in Florida last month. So far I have not built them further since I got home, but will do so soon.

These pictures show how similar both planes are and points the main differences in the tail.

Yak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_9000.jpgYak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_9001.jpgYak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_9002.jpgYak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_9003.jpgYak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_9004.jpg

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Yak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_9010.jpgYak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_9011.jpg

I plan to build the wheels, landing gears and canopies all at the same time for all 3 Yaks in progress.

I will post this same set of photos with the Yak 19 so the progress is shown in both threads


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Old 03-13-2019, 09:02 AM
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Cool Going home and packing up the models

Here is a picture of my inspirational view at the place I stayed. Very quiet place ( no , I did not play golf ! )
Yak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_9012.jpg

and I packed up both models and my supplies in one clear plastic bin for the drive home.
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It was nice to build while on the road .



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Old 03-13-2019, 09:38 AM
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They are ready for baking inside the microwave oven.

A very nice job my friend ... good looking pair of airplanes.

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Old 03-25-2019, 09:23 AM
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Exclamation Wheels

The wheels were made for all 3 Yak's I am building and here are the steps as shown in my Yak 30 thread
http://www.papermodelers.com/forum/667777-post38.html

I used a circle cutter on card stock and cut out multiple circles
Yak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_9032.jpg

Stack the disks to width and glue to each other.
Yak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_9033.jpg

Drill a hole in the center, mount on my mini lathe and using sanding sticks, sand the wheels to shape.
Yak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_9037.jpg




ready for painting by inserting a squashed tooth pick to be used as a spindle and then paint them all
Yak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_9039.jpgYak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_9041.jpgYak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_9043.jpg

glue the hubs in place.
Yak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_9046.jpg


A note:
this is my preferred method of making wheels, and there are others



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Old 03-25-2019, 09:37 AM
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Cool Landing gear

The struts of the Yak 25 landing gear is the same as the Yak 30, so I made my own as apposed to the kit's parts which were a bit too complicated for the task.

Here they are initially with the wheels attached
Yak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_9076.jpg

adjust to length as needed and measure the ground to wingtip distance. Glue in place using Superglue
Yak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_9077.jpgYak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_9079.jpg

add more finishing touches
Yak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_9082.jpg



Nose gear
Yak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_9084.jpg

and glued in place
Yak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_9085.jpg

all 3 gears are on
Yak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_9092.jpg


add the doors ( I still have to install the two belly doors )
Yak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_9093.jpgYak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_9094.jpgYak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_9096.jpg

and the plane is on its gear now.
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Old 03-25-2019, 09:31 PM
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Exclamation Status pics

A few pics on its gear.

Yak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_9106.jpgYak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_9107.jpgYak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_9108.jpgYak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_9109.jpg

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Still to be done are the tip tanks and the canopy.




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Old 04-18-2019, 11:26 AM
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Canopy making- part 1

Here is a duplicate posting of the canopy making process I used for all 3 Yak planes I am building ( Yak 19, 25 and 30 ). All will have a vacuformed canopy that use the same blank made of plaster of Paris.
Yak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_9149.jpg


Here is that full post
http://www.papermodelers.com/forum/670210-post36.html

and the finished blank here:
Yak-25 (first gen) MaksArt in 1/33-img_9154.jpg

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