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Old 09-06-2016, 05:25 PM
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Fantastic!!! Looking forward to build that beauty.
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Back onto the Trident, a bit more done
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and playing with a new toy
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test printing some wheels
trident is looking good
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Look at the Trident's gears..... She sure is an oddball.... but I love it.

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A bit more tweaking to the Trident
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Oooh I'm so excited!!!!
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I have a question.......
What scale do I make the Trident?
1:72 scale 38cm/14.9inch wingspan or
1:48 scale 57cm/22.4inch wingspan.

BTW I think I've found my next project after the 1-11
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I have a question.......
What scale do I make the Trident?
1:72 scale 38cm/14.9inch wingspan or
1:48 scale 57cm/22.4inch wingspan.

BTW I think I've found my next project after the 1-11
I like 1/72.

What is it?
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I have a question.......
What scale do I make the Trident?
1:72 scale 38cm/14.9inch wingspan or
1:48 scale 57cm/22.4inch wingspan.

BTW I think I've found my next project after the 1-11
1/72 is fine for me
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I have a question.......
What scale do I make the Trident?
1:72 scale 38cm/14.9inch wingspan or
1:48 scale 57cm/22.4inch wingspan.
If the parts fit on the pages, could I suggest a few more pages in 1:48 and people can always print smaller if they want 1:72 . Bigger always works better for my thick fingers .

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Old 09-09-2016, 05:09 AM
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Whenever I see the BEA logo, I think of this.
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