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    Project BF-109 E 4 1/5

    Hi everyone

    I am from Bulgaria and I started to build plane Massterschmitt 109 Emil 4
    The drawing from aeronautica.de

    This is drawing


















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    RE: Project BF-109 E 4 1/5

    I"ll make epoxi mold from that part

    firstly I made skeleton






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    RE: Project BF-109 E 4 1/5

    Then I cover it with acrilik filler



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    RE: Project BF-109 E 4 1/5

    Then I've put the aluminium foil and I've made the rivets





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    RE: Project BF-109 E 4 1/5

    This is the latest pictures






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    RE: Project BF-109 E 4 1/5

    Looks great and really interesting. I've never seen it done like this before and so I'm really keen to see how it works out!

    Thanks

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    RE: Project BF-109 E 4 1/5

    Thanks ticketec

    Actualy have a much time,first I must to make the epoxi mold from this

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    RE: Project BF-109 E 4 1/5

    I would love to buy one of the epoxy fuses from you when you are done!

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    RE: Project BF-109 E 4 1/5

    Evil,I saw your profil,you have and buil a Messershmitt?

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    RE: Project BF-109 E 4 1/5

    Fokke Very interesting project. Did you cover the foam with fiberglass cloth? What is the actilik filler? Thanks Rich
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    RE: Project BF-109 E 4 1/5

    Hello Fokke!
    Closely following your project!
    Hardly wait to see all fuse covered and rivetted
    Keep us informed!
    Fine work!
    Seeya!
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    RE: Project BF-109 E 4 1/5

    Hi!
    Think he means acrylic filler...
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    RE: Project BF-109 E 4 1/5

    Jaka thank you very much for the explanation

    Exactly,I use acrylic filler and then I cover with aluminium foil

    Then I make the rivets and after that I"ll make glassfiber mold of fuselage

    Something like that:


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    RE: Project BF-109 E 4 1/5

    Hi guys

    I have a little problem, I have no drawing or pictures of under site of BF-109 E,between the wings.Do anyone have?



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    RE: Project BF-109 E 4 1/5

    fokke check your PM

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    RE: Project BF-109 E 4 1/5

    I've never seen a plane built like this. What a great project to follow!

    Looking good so far!


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    RE: Project BF-109 E 4 1/5

    Fokke Check here http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/m_32...11/key_/tm.htm For info on the bottom of the 109. Tubig is doing an awsome job on the BT 109.
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    RE: Project BF-109 E 4 1/5


    ORIGINAL: fokke

    Hi guys

    I have a little problem, I have no drawing or pictures of under site of BF-109 E,between the wings.Do anyone have?



    Thanks

    Thanks
    Hi Fokke!
    Here are some photos ( a few ... ) with underwing section and drawing.
    Continue in searching ...
    Your's
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    RE: Project BF-109 E 4 1/5

    Jimmy this is exactly what I need
    Now I can to make the rivets

    Thanks guys

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    RE: Project BF-109 E 4 1/5

    Hi Fokke!
    1.Romanian Mess .... I'm sure your's will be in Bulgarian colours
    2.Other pics ...
    3.Had some problems with using acrilic dope! The masking tape over the acrilic, peel-off the dope, hope you have a better quality acrilic .
    It's verry good on filling the balsa, very soft in sanding and light, but haven't a good contact strengh .... the type used by me.
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    RE: Project BF-109 E 4 1/5

    Jimmy Yes my Messershmitt will be in Bulgarien camouflage

    this is it



    The best 3D pictures which I have are this







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    RE: Project BF-109 E 4 1/5

    that is an absoulte dream..
    Congatrs..- so far perfect done job..
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    Ziroli Stuka flies awesome,.. now i only hope, that the BT 110 will be the same :-)

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    RE: Project BF-109 E 4 1/5

    Hi!
    Nice work!
    Is the mold in the picture a Spitfire Mk 1 or ...??
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    RE: Project BF-109 E 4 1/5

    Actually this mold is Juka"s Spiti , he build scale airplanes and he has a postes in this forum ,He is very good scalebuilder

    I show the mold because I make the same mold from 3 parts


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