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Old 05-19-2019, 11:30 AM
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GPM Pfalz A1/ A2 completed

Hello again my family. here are the pics of the completed Pfalz A1(No machine gun) I didn't do the rigging for the elevator. but happy otherwise with the outcome.
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Yet another nice clean build. They certainly put a lot of insignia on those early planes.

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Old 05-19-2019, 11:59 AM
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Yet another nice clean build. They certainly put a lot of insignia on those early planes.

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even the props! you are certainly correct.
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WOW, amazing model. I love the colour scheme too.


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WOW, amazing model. I love the colour scheme too.


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feel the same way. Have you ever built a model and end up researching about that model too?
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Pretty airplane!
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Another WWI beauty. No doubt as to which side this one flew with!
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what material do you use for the wires?


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what material do you use for the wires?


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regular sewing thread my friend
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regular sewing thread my friend
One of the guys at my plastic model club uses sort of a stretchy line installed under a light tension ( I think it was EZ line ) . Could be useful here as well.

I will be building a few early era airplanes with rigging and wanted to know what is used other than thread. The most I did in the past was on an Antonov AN-2 where I used a very thin music wires cut to length.


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