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Old 02-09-2019, 01:57 PM
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well deserved what what an out come bloody well done you
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Old 02-09-2019, 05:42 PM
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Cool Kevin,

you can really be proud of that, congrats!!!

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Old 02-10-2019, 10:29 AM
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That is astounding. You Saturn V is incredible and I'm jealous that I can't do a similar build. Wife put the breaks on anything bigger than 1:48 (and she didn't know about that one until it was too late )
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Old 02-16-2019, 04:25 AM
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well deserved what what an out come bloody well done you
Many thanks rifleman!

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Cool Kevin,

you can really be proud of that, congrats!!!

Thank you Manfred. I hope this does not sound "big headed" (and it is not intended that way) but it does make me happy seeing people get pleasure out of looking at the model.

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Old 02-16-2019, 04:40 AM
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That is astounding. You Saturn V is incredible and I'm jealous that I can't do a similar build. Wife put the breaks on anything bigger than 1:48 (and she didn't know about that one until it was too late )
Thanks for the complement PhantomCruiser. I understand the "size of model and wife's views "constraints"! You could try the expression "my next model is just a re-scaling of a small 1:144 model". Of course since I am still married you can tell that I have never tried this approach!

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Old 02-16-2019, 05:02 AM
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Some LUT pictures

Dear all

One of the exhibits in the museum where my 1/24 model is currently sitting is a paper model of the LUT.

It is a an exhibit from a profession company that rents out various "space" exhibits.

I am certain that it is one of the Edu-craft LUT paper models which you can buy from http://www.educraftdiversions.org/ (in fact they have mentioned that one of their models was produced as a museum piece).
I have seen that quite of number of people have started threads and commented on this companies LUT models and that quite a few people are interested in building it but often they want to know what the finished model will look like.

So I thought I would take a lot of photos of this particular one on display and show them here as I thought this would be helpful. (I hope this is okay on this forum, but if not, please will the moderators remove this post).

I am fairly sure (but not 100%) the model is 1:100 (the company produces quite a variety of scales).

1/24 Apollo/Saturn V (enlarged 1/48 Greelt et al version)-sdc13223.jpg 1/24 Apollo/Saturn V (enlarged 1/48 Greelt et al version)-sdc13224.jpg

1/24 Apollo/Saturn V (enlarged 1/48 Greelt et al version)-sdc13225.jpg 1/24 Apollo/Saturn V (enlarged 1/48 Greelt et al version)-sdc13226.jpg

1/24 Apollo/Saturn V (enlarged 1/48 Greelt et al version)-sdc13227.jpg 1/24 Apollo/Saturn V (enlarged 1/48 Greelt et al version)-sdc13228.jpg

1/24 Apollo/Saturn V (enlarged 1/48 Greelt et al version)-sdc13229.jpg 1/24 Apollo/Saturn V (enlarged 1/48 Greelt et al version)-sdc13230.jpg

1/24 Apollo/Saturn V (enlarged 1/48 Greelt et al version)-sdc13231.jpg 1/24 Apollo/Saturn V (enlarged 1/48 Greelt et al version)-sdc13232.jpg

1/24 Apollo/Saturn V (enlarged 1/48 Greelt et al version)-sdc13233.jpg 1/24 Apollo/Saturn V (enlarged 1/48 Greelt et al version)-sdc13234.jpg

1/24 Apollo/Saturn V (enlarged 1/48 Greelt et al version)-sdc13235.jpg 1/24 Apollo/Saturn V (enlarged 1/48 Greelt et al version)-sdc13236.jpg

1/24 Apollo/Saturn V (enlarged 1/48 Greelt et al version)-sdc13237.jpg 1/24 Apollo/Saturn V (enlarged 1/48 Greelt et al version)-sdc13238.jpg

1/24 Apollo/Saturn V (enlarged 1/48 Greelt et al version)-sdc13239.jpg 1/24 Apollo/Saturn V (enlarged 1/48 Greelt et al version)-sdc13240.jpg

1/24 Apollo/Saturn V (enlarged 1/48 Greelt et al version)-sdc13241.jpg 1/24 Apollo/Saturn V (enlarged 1/48 Greelt et al version)-sdc13242.jpg

A few more in the next post

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Old 02-16-2019, 05:06 AM
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Remaining LUT pictures

And here is the rest of the photos of the LUT

1/24 Apollo/Saturn V (enlarged 1/48 Greelt et al version)-sdc13243.jpg 1/24 Apollo/Saturn V (enlarged 1/48 Greelt et al version)-sdc13244.jpg

1/24 Apollo/Saturn V (enlarged 1/48 Greelt et al version)-sdc13245.jpg 1/24 Apollo/Saturn V (enlarged 1/48 Greelt et al version)-sdc13246.jpg

1/24 Apollo/Saturn V (enlarged 1/48 Greelt et al version)-sdc13247.jpg

I hope this helps those interested in the LUT

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Old 02-16-2019, 07:47 PM
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That looks like the 1:100 Estes Saturn V to me.





Not the best pic, but it's in the center and Ton's 1:96 model is on the left.
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Old 02-20-2019, 04:03 AM
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Hi Becky

Thanks for pointing that out.

I quite fancy making a flying Saturn V at some point in the future. However I really have no idea what is involved.

Did you fly yours and if so is much involved?

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Old 02-20-2019, 04:08 AM
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Flying Saturn V's

Dear all

Talking of flying model Saturn V's in my previous post, I wondered if anyone had any advice/experiences on building such models.

And talking of flying Saturn V's I thought people who had never seen such a model might like the you tube below



It was 1:10 scale

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