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Old 10-21-2019, 04:07 PM
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Using ship kind of framing can make sense with some very rare and complicated models.My jaw dropped some time ago when someone designed SU-7 with this kind of frame.Su-7 has even simpler tube fuselage than Hunter.Art for the sake of art?

My first clash with that idea was very old Maly Modelarz Ki-43 Hayabusa.It was horrible to build,heavy from so much card,twisted and impossible to finish.I sold of my Defiant designed the same way after that .

I should have done what you did there.
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Old 10-21-2019, 07:21 PM
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stay tuned. I'll show you it is better not to follow the kit assembly method.


At least the designer of the kit is not complaining as there is more than one way to build.


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Old 10-22-2019, 02:27 PM
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Cool Fuselage continued

Here is the entire aft fuselage minus the frames
Hawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0546.jpg

Frame is ready as one continuous unit. Notice that all protrusions are removed and some sections are sanded a bit so they do not snag inside.
Hawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0547.jpgHawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0548.jpg


Slide the frames in as one unit ( front to back ). Be careful not to force it in. Sand as needed to allow a smooth entry.

Nice fit! DO NOT GLUE the frames . It will be removed later on so the forward fuselage section can be attached.
Hawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0549.jpgHawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0550.jpgHawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0551.jpgHawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0552.jpgHawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0553.jpgHawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0554.jpg



That was easy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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Great set of photos showing the process!
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Old 10-23-2019, 06:56 AM
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Issac,
I liked your model and appreciate your excellent explanations ,
Thanks
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Old 10-23-2019, 02:26 PM
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Exclamation Nose section

The nose section of the fuselage will be built the same as the aft. Skins separately and then the inner frame.


Here are the parts and frames
Hawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0555.jpg

Nose ( I hate petals!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! )
Hawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0558.jpg

sections going aft until the cockpit
Hawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0561.jpgHawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0562.jpgHawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0563.jpg


test fit the inner frame ( Do not glue ).
Hawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0564.jpg


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Old 10-24-2019, 08:50 PM
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Cool Fuselage continued- Cockpit section

Now that I have the forward and aft section, there is another part that is to be attached in between them. That is the section housing the cockpit.

I decided to remove the inner framing from the rear fuselage ( recall I did not glue it ) and attach the section housing the cockpit. The reason is that it is much easier to mate all the sections this way as apposed to building it on the frames.


Here it is: Inner and outer skin
Hawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0569.jpg

glued to the rear :
Hawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0570.jpg

Notice the inner frame is removed.



Now that it is dry, insert the frame back in. Again, do not glue it as there is no need for gluing it.
Hawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0571.jpgHawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0572.jpg


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Cool Fuselage continued- nose section on

Next join the two sections of the nose frames. add the nose gear housing.
Hawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0573.jpgHawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0574.jpg

Slide the frame in place to determine the amount of nose weight ( looks like two or three pieces will be OK )

Hawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0576.jpg

remove the frame and add the cockpit tub
Hawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0577.jpg

add the sides
Hawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0578.jpgHawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0579.jpg


Now glue the entire nose frame/partial cockpit into the fuselage
Hawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0580.jpg


glue the nose weights ( I think two pieces is enough )
Hawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0581.jpgHawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0582.jpgHawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0583.jpgHawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0584.jpg



Now ready the nose section
Hawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0585.jpgHawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0586.jpg

lightly glue the nose section to the rear.

Hawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0587.jpgHawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0588.jpgHawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0589.jpg

The cockpit details will be added later


That is it for now.



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Exclamation Exhaust

Now you can just slip the exhaust pipe and glue in place.

Hawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0594.jpgHawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0595.jpg

Hawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0597.jpg


Simple!


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Cool Status - fuselage

Here is the fuselage at this stage of the build.

Hawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0590.jpgHawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0591.jpgHawker Hunter F.5 WAK 1/33-img_0592.jpg

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