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Old 01-06-2017, 02:35 PM
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wow those lightnings look good
yup grabbed those today
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Old 01-06-2017, 02:58 PM
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Nice ! This is an uncommon aircraft in the paper models world !
They both looks nice.
Thanks for the find !
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Old 01-06-2017, 06:37 PM
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Instructions as per Google Translate:

General remarks
1. Cut out parts as accurately as possible. However, some derailment is no problem in the margin portion.
2. When bonding, make sure the exterior shape and panel line are precisely aligned so that there is no misalignment.
3. Adhesion surely. But be careful not to soil the surface with adhesive.
4. The example of production was made from thin paper photo paper for inkjet of Kokuyo thickness t 0.15 mm.
(It is recommended that the surface coat is unlikely to break) There are parts that are difficult to bend when made from thick paper.

□ Assembling procedure
<I have lost all the pictures taken of the assembly procedure. Please wait for a while because we are taking a shot now. >

1. Cut the left side of the fuselage and the right side of the fuselage and perform rounding. 3.4. Fuselage Back Molding Plate Bonds the left and right sides and presses them with a spatula or the like to form a valley between the two engines. Attach the Norishiro on the left and right body.

5. On the fuselage frame, 6. in the fuselage frame, 7) bend the bottom of the fuselage frame and assemble it.

Adhere 5.6.7. To the inside of the fuselage. Working becomes easier if the body is rounded firmly.

8. Assemble the front leg box and bond it to the body.

9. Adhere and cone the Mach cone. 11. Parts A, 12. Adhere part B to a cylindrical shape.

12. Parts C and 13. 13. Attach the parts 10 so that the inside of the 10 is concentric, 11. 11. Please attach 1 g weight to the inside of part B. 11. Adhere 9. to the tip of 11..

Attach the finished air inlet block to the front of the fuselage.

14. Assemble the fuselage and bond it to the fuselage. 14. Part of the rear part of R at the rear is wrapped around a thin piano wire and molded firmly.

15. Assemble the canopy and bond it to the fuselage.

16. Assemble the vertical stabilizer. 16. Attach to the fuselage. In that case, prevent the vertical tail from collapsing by inserting a spatula or the like from the inside.

17. Assemble the fuselage back frame. 17. Adhere to the back of the fuselage. Since the paper repulsion is strong, it is necessary to suppress it with something while the adhesive cures. In the photograph, two round bars of φ10 are inserted and the indentation between the engines is held with round chopsticks.

18. Wound the tail pipe in a cylindrical shape and bond it. In that case, fold out the part which becomes outside. 19. Adjust the variable nozzle and 20. reheat to 18.

21. On the main wing frame 23.24. Attach the main wing frame guide and decide the lower half corner of the main wing. 22. Glue the lower wing frame underneath.

Assemble the 25 horizontal stabilizer frame.

Attach the main wing frame and tail frame to the fuselage.

26.27. Assemble the main leg box. 28.29. Cut out the left and right main wings and add a rounded habit. Please put a habit on a small R on the leading edge side. Add a small crease to one part of the trailing edge.

Glue the main leg box inside the main wing. Bond the main wing Norishiro in order from the outside. In that case, please pay attention to the leading edge line.

Attach the main wing to the fuselage main wing frame. Adjust the mounting angle etc. from the front.

30.31. Adhere the horizontal tail cover to the fuselage. Fold the front half of the notch into which the tail frame enters so that it protrudes to the outside and the rear half overhangs inward.

32.33. Assemble the horizontal stabilizer and bond it to the tail frame of the fuselage.

34. Assemble the missile pylon and cut the inner part. 34. Attach to the fuselage.

35. Assemble the fuselage pack. Adhere the fuselage pack to the fuselage. Both ends of the fuselage pack are pinched under the cutout of the missile pylon.
36.37. Cable duct Attach the left and right sides to the body. Mold the cable duct by pushing it against a thin round bar or the like.

39. Front leg, 40.41 Assemble left and right main legs. If you glued a thick paper between them, the strength will rise. Please paint the cut surface of the tire black.
42.43.44.45.46.47 Assemble the leg cover. Attach legs and leg covers to the airframe. Adjust the mounting angle etc. from the front.

48. Install the air refueling pipe, 50. Pitot tube.

51. Intake on the fuselage, 52. Install the arrester hook.

Assemble and install the missiles.

Assemble and install the tank.

That is it.
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Old 01-06-2017, 08:55 PM
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I think that a build thread for this one would be a great idea. It would serve as build instructions for the model.

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Old 01-06-2017, 09:17 PM
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Amazing how big the Lightning really is! There's one on display atvthe Pima Air Museum here in Tucson. Came here from Robbins museum in GA.

The photo instructions from the earlier models seem give a good idea of howvthis kind of model goes together
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Old 01-06-2017, 10:51 PM
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Before the instructions, here's his apologetic preamble -

I lost all the pictures taken of the assembly procedure. Please wait for a while because we are taking a shot now. >

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Old 01-09-2017, 04:54 PM
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Is there a way to host his models here? I have made a few requests by email with no response, some of those models would be of interest to make a start building aircraft.
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Old 01-09-2017, 09:04 PM
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Mic-San uses these models to get people to visit the TSMC site. So it would be inappropriate to host any of his models here with exception of the KYANG F-101 model that is already hosted here exclusively.

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Old 01-15-2017, 04:31 PM
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Before the instructions, here's his apologetic preamble -

I lost all the pictures taken of the assembly procedure. Please wait for a while because we are taking a shot now. >

Papermate
Build pictures are now available. And for those who downloaded before Jan 15, JPGs have been updated too.

Last edited by cfuruti; 01-15-2017 at 04:33 PM. Reason: Forgot to mention the revised JPGs.
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Old 01-16-2017, 02:29 AM
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Does that mean there are 2 more colour schemes to come? One of them being an older F.2?
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