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  1. Very kind Rocko; I wanted to try thermoforming the piece in HIPS, but I doubt that it will also look like the originals, so it is worth buying.
  2. Thank you very much for explaining your painting process I have not used Scale ModellersSupply SMS and Rustoleum paints; Vallejo Spanish paintings are more familiar to me. The finish of the handle and the bakelite piece, the best. I would love to be able to read your garrison's forum information.
  3. Very good paint job; very realistic. I join the request for information on the paintings used. The effects of wear are very well achieved. I am still finishing the construction of mine, a hybrid between PVC, Forex and 3D printed parts. I see that the 3dpropsNL kit includes the rubber part of the snooper scope ... What luck, I will have to make one, as well as the transparent one of the "Single Point". Work like this inspires us; thanks.
  4. A brief description: "This equipment was designed to prevent the Village Inn Automatic Gun Laying Turret (AGLT) from shooting down British aircraft. Special 'Z' transmissions were sent via Infra-red from other aircraft in the bomber stream. When these were received by AGLT, the turret would withhold fire" http://www.raf-surplus.co.uk/10-radio-and-radar-equipment.php ask in this forum: http://hmvf.co.uk/topic/322-tabby/ About this "top secret" device : https://arnhemjim.blogspot.com/2011/04/wwii-cutting-edge-night-vision.html (healthy envy; meanwhile we continue to build our viewers thanks to your photos)
  5. You are a source of inspiration; Thank you for sharing the fruit of your hard work and dedication.
  6. Thanks for your time! This pics are good referentes to building our scopes . The inner infrared valve CV143 is a bonus! If anybody wants to know more about this infrared device: https://valvecollector.uk/documents/cv14x.htm Thanks again
  7. Very good photos, especially of the Tabby where you can see the lathe marks on the brass front piece (as printed in 3D!). Thanks for sharing
  8. Well done Darek!! it´s look better every time.
  9. Thanks guys!! Is also interesting that the rt97c has a carrying strap that is not seen in other scenes. I'm happy, I like the orange puldron and was almost convinced to wear a white or black with RT97c; now I can choose ... I found a better image: http://starwarsaficionado.blogspot.com.es/2014/02/behind-scenes-docking-bay-94-aftermath.html
  10. Hello, i was reading "Captain-Orange pauldron TD breakdown" from Pandatrooper, and i have a doubt looking this pic: http://www.looksirdroids.com/hd_caps/pages/sandtrooper_hd_113.htm The sandtrooper behind the boxes ¿is holding a RT97c? Also if wears an orange pauldron, we could include a combination more... Happy new year 2015!!
  11. What a good-looking!! How have you done to reduce the diameter... with sandpaper maybe?
  12. So I also look for the sale of spare parts , the seller usually includes more detailed pictures to help. I'm interested in the link page five the closing plug http://www.mg42.us/viewtopic.php?f=45&t=9650&start=80 It should have been more precise in giving the reference , sorry
  13. Hello Deadvision; Test first with IMA-USA http://www.ima-usa.com/nation/german-militaria/german-machine-guns/mg-15.html And then on auction sites like http://www.icollector.com/GERMAN-MG15-AIRCRAFT-MACHINE-GUN-DEWAT-C-R_i15605256 A good place is this forum: http://www.mg42.us/viewtopic.php?f=45&t=9650&start=380 or deactivaded guns... http://www.deactivated-guns.co.uk/detail/mg15_2.htm The list can be endless ; but above all do not forget the original sources: http://www.deutscheluftwaffe.de/archiv/Dokumente/web/new%20site/frames2/Dokumente.htm I hope you find them useful
  14. NIce work Gibbon;You are a great craftsman I'm working with the same materials and the ammo drum ribbing is a smart solution...and I note for my project
  15. Hello, my name is Peter, Sand_fox_trooper. I have no armor yet, well, actually I have a costume made ​​of EVA foam. It was a first step, and really helped me learn about the details of the stormtrooper armor. So, I joined the "Tropa Korriban" Star Wars Galicia Spain; and I began to develop improved plans for thermoforming our own armor, on May 25, 2013, we have our main event. This week I'm riding my first Sandtrooper armor, and I hope this year we can renew my plans with all molds and thermoforming best pieces. I hope to continue learning from MEPD, as I step into a true full Sandtrooper armor. Thank you all for having me.
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