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Kittyhawk is also releasing the F-35A

October 2 2012 at 5:45 PM

Giampiero Silvestri  (Login GiampieroSilvestri)
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It will be available this month.

Saluti

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(Login Kevin72West)
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Anyone know what USAF squadrons are slated to use F-35A?

October 2 2012, 5:57 PM 


 
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(Login Ghostmech)
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Re: Looks like Eglin and a test bird plus various user nations.

October 2 2012, 7:37 PM 



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(Login magnetass)
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All of them....

October 2 2012, 10:39 PM 

...including some you haven't heard of yet.

 
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Ghostmech
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Brett announced it a few days ago......

October 2 2012, 7:36 PM 



    
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(Login dgcantrell)
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Kitty Hawk is..

October 2 2012, 8:12 PM 

going to cost me some money. Everything they've release so far is on my "get" list. F-94... Mirage F-1 (2 flavors).. A Jag.... All in my chosen scale...

Cheers,
Dave

 
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Nuno Andresen
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The Starfire was an excellent surprise, the F-35B creates me mixed feelings ...

October 2 2012, 9:54 PM 



I analyze model by model. I think their Starfire was a great "bang", but the F-35B could have been better and I am highly tolerant regarding scale aircraft modelling.

Looking too at the Hasegawa Raptor, I personally believe that kit makers are having enormous difficulties in finding a way to proper represent the airframes of the aircraft of the XXI century: If detail is not there people will flame, if detail is incorporated it will look overdone.

This strange problem reminds me the beginning of engraved panel lines. Until Hasegawa established standards in the very early 80's, the first attempts were sometimes disastrous.

I sincerely hope Kittyhawk will improve the fuselage appearance of their F-35A and I am still dreaming that Fujimi will scale up their spectacular 1/72 Raptor to quarter scale. happy.gif

 
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MichiganPete
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Hasegawa didn't remotely establish standards in the early 1980s

October 2 2012, 10:16 PM 

There were lots of very well engraved kits ****long**** before the early 1980s and long before Hasegawa ever thought about an engraved panel line.

 
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(Login Vodnik)
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True, but...

October 3 2012, 3:12 AM 

Establishing standard happens when you introduce a feature to the mainstream production of popular products, not when you are the first on the market...



Pawel

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Re: The Starfire was an excellent surprise, the F-35B creates me mixed feelings ...

October 2 2012, 10:54 PM 

"...and I am highly tolerant regarding scale aircraft modelling."


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Nuno Andresen
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Re: Re: The Starfire was an excellent surprise, the F-35B creates me mixed feelings ...

October 3 2012, 11:54 AM 




Read poetry! wink.gif


It will help you wink.gif


    
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(Login BradinBC)
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Thanks...I now have coffee all over my keyboard and monitor :) nt

October 3 2012, 3:03 PM 

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John Healy
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Naturally, I want the "C". Maybe Kittyhawk will design a tailhook that works!

October 3 2012, 7:17 AM 

nt

 
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