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Answer Plastic Kits is to release a 1/72nd EADS/CASA C.295M kit - ref. AA7200 Source: https://www.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=582641985553143&id=511880455962630 Box art V.P.
New to me: the Scratchaeronautic (http://scratchaeronautics.es.tl/Home.htm) 1/48th CASA C-101 Aviojet and A-36 Halcón resin kits. Also here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.756136737752719.1073741841.412836322082764&type=1 MODELO DEL CASA C-101 AVIOJET. ESCALA 1/48. RESINA DE POLIURETANO Source: http://www.ebay.fr/itm/MODELO-DEL-CASA-C-101-AVIOJET-ESCALA-1-48-RESINA-DE-POLIURETANO-/251568573218?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_186&hash=item3a92a7cb22 MODELO DEL A-36 HALCÓN(AVIOJET). ESCALA 1/48. RESINA DE POLIURETANO Source: http://www.ebay.fr/itm/MODELO-DEL-A-36-HALCoN-AVIOJET-ESCALA-1-48-RESINA-DE-POLIURETANO-/251568580251?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_186&hash=item3a92a7e69b V.P.
Casa 212-100 [Special Hobby 1/72]
Rémi posted a topic in Work in Progress - AircraftThe end of build, the start of new This time, I choose a kit a recent Special Hobby kit : The Casa 212-100 in Tail Art version It is a part of new line kit with ambition to be a more buildable kit. When you open the box, you find classical grey sprue like you can see in another Special Hobby. But the plastic appeared a little different. It is a little more hard than previous kit. The panel line is also little more thick. I will prefer the old panel line. But the question is ; the fit it is better or no ? A fit test prove too me that this kit is far better than older kit in his adjustement Like you can see You need putty but with less quantity. The junction betweek the fuselage and wing permit to glu the wing after the paint of the fuselage. It is an more easy way for painting the kit I think that this kit should be a pleasure to build
Special Hobby CASA C-212-100 - 1:72 Special HobbyCASA C-212-100 (72344) 1:72 Special Hobby The CASA C-212 Aviocar is a medium cargo aircraft with a short field capability designed by Construcciones Aeronáuticas SA or CASA of Spain. The aircraft is a boxy fuselage with a high mounted wing and twin turbo prop engines. The cabin is not pressurised. In the 1960's the Spanish Air Force was looking to modernise as at the time it was still relying on a mix of C-47s and Ju-52s for its transport requirements. The SASA 212 was a proposed 18 seat transport aircraft which could fill a few different roles. The aircraft first flew in 1971 and the Spanish Air Force would acquire them from there. 477 Aircraft were built over 42 years, with the last -400 with a glass cockpit by then being built in 2012 when Airbus Military decided to discontinue production. Production continues though under license in Indonesia. The aircraft has been used by many military and civil users all over the world The Kit This is a new toolkit from Special Hobby. The kit arrives on five sprues of plastic and a clear spure. From the look of the unused parts on the sprue a maritime/patrol version is planned at some point. Construction starts with adding the instrument panel in at the front. Instruments are supplied as decals. The windows are put into the main fuselage halves from the inside at this point, as well as the side cockpit glazing. The main fuselage doors and inserts at the front are then added. The rest of the cockpit is then built up, this can then be added and thee main fuselage closed up. Its worth noting there in no interior for the main cargo cabin and the ramp is moulded closed. Next up the undercarriage is made up and the main sponsons added. The nose is added along with the main cockpit glazing. The tail planes are made up with separate control surfaces. The instructions advise to add nose weight but omit how much is needed. The tailplanes ad rudder are now added to the main fuselage, along with the tail plane fairings. The wings are made up next. There is a single part upper and left/right lowers. 4 flap actuator fairings are added to each side. The two engine nacelles are made up and added along with the fronts and propeller assemblies. These can then be added to the wings. Two trim tabs on the wing need to be removed. The wing is now fitted to the fuselage along with various antennas and sundry parts. As these differ in the varietals attention will be needed to select the correct ones. The wings are made up next. There is a single part upper and left/right lowers. 4 flap actuator fairings are added to each side. The two engine nacelles are made up and added along with the fronts and propellor assemblies. These can then be added to the wings. Two trim tabs on the wing need to be removed.The wing is now fitted to the fuselage along with various antennas and sundary parts. Markings There are printed by Eduard and should pose no problems, three options are provided; Spanish Air Force. Paracute school Murcia Alcantarilla AB, 2009 - Overall Grey. Chilean Army, Santiago de Chile International, 2009. Two Greens/tan over grey. Colombian Navy 2005. Two tone grey. Conclusion It is great to see this over looked small transport aircraft now being injection moulded in 1/72. Highly recommended. Review sample courtesy of
1/144 CASA C-295M by T.B.A. (from Czech Republic)
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Interesting: 1/72nd CASA C-101 Aviojet, C-212 Aviocar, CN-235 & C-295 resin kits by Scratchaeronautics Source: http://scratchaeronautics.es.tl/Home.htm or http://scratchaviation.webs.com/ Available at Scratchaeronautics Ebayshop: http://www.ebay.fr/sch/jbegines11/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_ipg=&_from= C-101 C-212 more pics: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.785709411462118.1073741844.412836322082764&type=1 C-235 C-295 CASA C-101 Aviojet/A-36 Halcón also in 1/48th: http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234963138-148-casa-c-101-aviojet-a-36-halcon-resin-kits-by-scratchaeronautics-released/ V.P.