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USAFline is a new company formed by two members of the USAF Special Interest Group of IPMS UK. Chris St Clair & Haydn Hughes were looking for items for their own use, and when they could not find them they decided to make their own. Now comes a bigger step in making them for sale. to quote their website: https://www.usafline.com/ The three products currently available are the 12' "fighter-style" revetments in 1/72, 16' "large aircraft" revetments (also in 1/72 although were having more produced) and the first 1/72 sheet which covers tail codes and numbers for F-16s in 1/72. The next product to be released is the P-19 ARFF crash truck, they are waiting on the decals for; and it should be out in May. To be followed by the next couple of decal sheets, probably 24" tail codes and numbers for 1/72 aircraft in a couple of colors, and then (potentially) revetments in 1/48 and 1/144. Reviews of the decals and 1/72 revetments to follow as soon as I can get them out. I would like to wish Chris & Haydn the best going forward with this. JUlien
We've been in contact with new company RochM, who are new to us, with research and design based in Italy, and manufacture in China. The currently specialise in Photo-Etch (PE) aftermarket parts for armour in 1:35, 1:48 and 1:72, although they have a small and growing range of resin accessories, and are working on their first plastic kit, which is to be a a Swiss Panzer 68, which I'll admit to having to look up! Quality of the etch is exceptional and the presentation is decidedly high end, as you'll see from the pictures below, and they pride themselves on the service you will receive when dealing with them. Below are some example instruction pages, which show how comprehensive the sets will be. Here are a few more photos of the actual frets themselves, and you can see how nicely done they have are. Check out the detail on the padlocks and the under-over look of the engine deck mesh of the Tiger. We'll be bringing more news when we have it, such as UK distributors and so forth. Watch this space -> <- meantime you can visit their site here.