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Old 05-16-2021, 01:29 AM
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Hello gents,

mor54 - you are absolutely correct.

I really like the 'early jets', especially their big variety of shapes, configurations and their 'proper metal look'.

Bit of update on the project - other cross-sections ready.
Next step, front of the canopy (windshield) adjustment.

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Old 05-20-2021, 06:07 PM
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Hello gents,

mor54 - you are absolutely correct.

I really like the 'early jets', especially their big variety of shapes, configurations and their 'proper metal look'.

Bit of update on the project - other cross-sections ready.
Next step, front of the canopy (windshield) adjustment.

kind regards
Great to see the cross sections. Onwards and forward my friend.
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Old 05-23-2021, 11:43 AM
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wind shield

Hello gents,

Pete - that's the way it is my friend!

Little bit of update - I found a fitting/designing issue with the canopy and the way how to get it fixed.
For now I have got the very front bit re-designed, but I ham hoping to get the whole thing done within 1-2 weeks.

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Old 05-24-2021, 05:20 AM
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Hi Cybermac ,
I have a question , which is , is there a website at which the B737 model could be downloaded or purchased? The B737 model is the one that was design by you
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Hi Cybermac ,
I have a question , which is , is there a website at which the B737 model could be downloaded or purchased? The B737 model is the one that was design by you
There isn't a place to download or buy the model, mainly because it is not finished yet
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Old 05-25-2021, 07:57 AM
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Hello,

Crew c37 - rickstef is 100% correct.

Shame, but none of my 3 projest (B-737, U-2D, F-86F) got finished yet.

The Boeing 737 is the biggest and the longest in time.
I restarted it totally last time (for the 4th time!) as
a new project after I found some new documentation.

It is a learning curve, I am still some kind of beginner in designing and got a limited time between my work, home, kids, etc.

The good thing is that I am having about 3h every week on Friday night for last 4 months.

At the moment F-86 Sabre 1/33 seems to be the easiest and quickest one so this one is having priority.

Anyway, I am looking forward for August summer holiday when my family goes for 2.5 holiday and than I hope my projects can spread the wings.

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Old 05-26-2021, 03:06 AM
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Hi Cybermac ,
I appreciate the work you put into designing the model , with the given amount of time to design it. The B737 , U2 and F86 models , all looks very detailed and , I'm not too sure if I had said this before but , I really look forward to the models you are designing.
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There isn't a place to download or buy the model, mainly because it is not finished yet
Okay , I think I might have confused someone's reply , I think in another thread , that they build the B737 that was designed by Cybermac? I may have read it wrong , that's probably why I gotten confused on a few things. But basically , I got a reply confused
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Old 05-30-2021, 08:04 AM
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Smile ...front of the canopy

Hello gents,

Crew c37 - thank you for you kind words - really appreciated!

I am aiming to give you guys an update every week on the project, so this is a bit I am doing right now.

The new corrected front canopy stilage is currently getting glue and 1mm cardboard.

The old version's photo below.

Kind regards

Cybermac
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Old 06-02-2021, 07:33 AM
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Hello gents,

New front canopy stilage (the only 'old shool' designed part) is just set to dry.

Soon I will be getting this most desired side window shape

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