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  1. RESIN2detail is to release 1/48th Boeing B-29 Superfortress resin fowler flaps for the Monogram/Revell kit Source: https://www.facebook.com/RESIN2detail/posts/1108542982669786 V.P.
  2. RESIN2detail is to release 1/48th Boeing B-29 Superfortress resin fowler flaps for the Monogram/Revell kit Source: https://www.facebook.com/RESIN2detail/posts/1108542982669786 V.P.
  3. Resin2Detail (http://resin2detail.com/ & https://fr-fr.facebook.com/RESIN2detail/) has acquired the assets of the famous producer Koster Aero Enterprises (KAE - https://www.scalemates.com/companies/company.php?id=1800) and will be re-releasing them. Sources: http://www.network54.com/Forum/149674/message/1514828649/News+to+you-+Koster+products https://fr-fr.facebook.com/RESIN2detail/posts/746696398854448 V.P.
  4. Resin2detail is to release soon a 1/32nd Cavalier Mustang conversion set for the Tamiya North American P-51D Mustang kit. Sources: https://www.facebook.com/RESIN2detail/posts/616838121840277 https://www.facebook.com/RESIN2detail/posts/616086501915439 https://www.facebook.com/RESIN2detail/posts/616838831840206 https://www.facebook.com/RESIN2detail/posts/617100458480710 V.P.
  5. Source: https://www.facebook.com/RESIN2detail/posts/550730458451044 V.P.
  6. 'Skink' 1:72 Resin2Detail The Tank AA, 20 mm Quad, better known as the Skink, was a Canadian anti-aircraft tank developed in the build up to the Allied invasion of Fortress Europe. The tank was designed in response to a requirement from the Canadian Army for an enclosed anti-aircraft platform. Due to a lack of threat from the German air force by the time of the invasion, the Skink was cancelled after only a handful had been completed. Named after a lizard native to Ontario, the Skink utilised four 20mm Polsten guns (a Polish-designed weapon best described as a simplified Oerlikon cannon) fitted to a bespoke turret mounted on an M4A1 Grizzly. Although the Skink didn't enter full production, one example found its way to Europe where it engaged in combat trials with Canadian armoured units. Although the threat of the Luftwaffe had dissipated, it was found to be useful for flushing enemy soldiers out of built-up positions. For those unfamiliar with Resin2Detail, it is the brainchild of Brian Watkins, a lifelong aircraft and armour modeller and WWII history buff who started the company with the aim of bringing the top-quality resin and photo-etch detail parts to the market. Based in New Jersey, Brian does all of his own research, design, printing and fabrication. . The conversion set arrives packed into a sturdy cardboard box filled with plenty of packing to protect the contents. The conversion itself comprises a new turret four barrels for the fearsome Polsten Cannons. The parts are really nicely cast in grey resin and I couldnt find any bubbles or flaws anywhere. The level of detail that Resin2Detail have managed to achieve is very impressive indeed. The set is designed for use with the old but useable Italeri M4A1, but should be easy enough to convert for use with an alternative kit. Conclusion This is the first product from Resin2Detail that I have been able to get my hands on, and I have to say I am very impressed. The quality of casting is excellent and the level of detail is absolutely first class. The trickiest part will be sourcing a kit of appropriate quality to go with it. There are several good photographs of the Skink around to help though. Highly recommended. Review sample courtesy of
  7. Packard V-1650-7 (Merlin 60-Series) 1:48 RESIN2detail New company RESIN2Detail, run by Brian Watkins in the US, are creating products for the advanced modeller that appreciates the ultimate in detail and quality control. This license built Packard Merlin is one of his first products, and suggested applications include P-51D Mustangs, Mosquitos, P-40s or Lancaster, some of which used this exact engine. The kit arrives in a small white cardboard box, and on lifting the lid you find the first reassuring sign of attention to detail. A small sticker shows a checklist of all the parts, some of which are grouped together in a bag, others which are separate. Everything is bagged, some parts have card inserts to protect them, and the larger bags are folded over and taped closed to prevent movement. A cocoon of bubble-wrap finishes off the packing, and a stapled portrait A5 instruction booklet is supplied outwith the box. Did I mention that this is a highly detailed kit? Good. The parts are all superbly detailed with some very fine hoses and ancillary parts included. The instructions guide you through the process of construction in thirteen steps, including scrap diagrams that show you which parts are the casting blocks that need removing. The main engine block has the supercharger, intercooler, exhaust manifold, and magnetos added in successive steps, followed by the smaller parts, the intricate hoses and the ignition harness. The harness has projections from which you need to add the plug wires from your own stock, but a bending template and completed engine are shown as a guide to achieving the finished item. The instructions are in black and white, but you can download a colour version that makes everything more clear, and includes colours that make the details much easier to see. Click on the Buy It Now link to see these and more photos. Conclusion A superbly detailed resin engine that would shine when painted sympathetically, whether installed in a kit, or just built for the sheer beauty of it. Review sample courtesy of
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