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Junkers 388 1/48 from Dragon/Heritage (Heavy)

June 19 2012 at 4:25 PM
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Hi all,

Junkers 388 on the forum is not enough ... It is necessary to have at least two. So here's one I just started.
This is the conversion of Heritage Aviation Models LTD. It is necessary to have a Junkers 88 or 188 of the brand at Dragon 1/48 to obtain the coveted plane.

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Presentation of forces ...
A box of Junkers 88 to 1/48 from Dragon

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Then the conversion dialog box Heritage Aviation Models LTD ...

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The heavy .... in every sense of the term ...

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The first step for me is to build the fuselage of the beast by cutting the tail of the Ju 88.

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To install one of the JU 388 and the cab.

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Then after a few shot of lime, and CA glue ...

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Go champagne to celebrate it ... Well, it's on there will be work and we will have to be patient.

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I decided to do some sanding to realize the assembly. I think the various junctions are not too bad. This is only a draft and will need it later refined.

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As there is not enough holes to make a much bigger ...

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I decided to include the access door of the crew. So I made a small series of drilling ...

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Then I cleaned the passage. This is a draft and then I think back to that passage and refine the location shown by the plate thickness ...

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Then I took over the housing of the cylinder in front of the door.

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That all for today.

Best regards, Eric from France

 
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