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AMK 88004 1/48 Fouga CM.170 Magister Developing Processes

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It is just simply to show how AMK develop model kits. The 10 processes are listed below:

1. Information Gathering.

2. 3D Design.

3. Sprue Design/Mould Layouts.

4. Mould Design.

5. Mould Making.

6. Plastic Testing.

7. Box Design.

8. Manual Design.

9. Decal Design.

10. Professional Review.

Pictures of each process will come correspondently................

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1. Information Gathering.

Including design blueprints, thousands of picture, maintenance manual, etc.

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3. Sprue Design/Mould Layouts.

Well planned and organised.....

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Very interesting process !

Thank you very much for sharing this work :popcorn:

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I'll be buying it if only just for the Matra rocket pods...

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I'll be buying it if only just for the Matra rocket pods...

Check sprue D, no. 14, 15, and 23. :winkgrin:

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Interesting indeed.

One comment, every engineering management system I've had to use has had multiple review steps along the design process. Even when we only need 1 review process, for a simple desigin, it's never the last process.

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Interesting indeed.

One comment, every engineering management system I've had to use has had multiple review steps along the design process. Even when we only need 1 review process, for a simple desigin, it's never the last process.

Many many reviews and checking...... :banghead:

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Fascinating - many thanks, and I look forward to more.

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Very interesting so far. Looking forward to seeing more on the tooling development, as an ex tool maker and current cnc machinist, I find this side of it rather interesting.

Matt.

Edited by S5 modeller

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Very interesting so far. Looking forward to seeing more on the tooling development, as an ex tool maker and current cnc machinist, I find this side of it rather interesting.

Matt.

I was tool maker too. No, still a tool maker.

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great!

thanks for sharing!

looking forward to

step 11: personal review, and

step 12: personal build!

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Loveley, thank you for posting, can't wait. Hope it is readily available in the UK shortly. I have had to get both my L-29 and Kfir from Hong Kong and both got hit by the Royal Mail rip off. Any idea of likely price please?

Cheers

Chris

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Another question.

How do you decide on the subject in the first place

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Interesting but I think that the 3D design phase should be split in two.

1) overall shape (main dimensions, proportions, placements of elements relative to others, etc)

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The "skeleton", the basic model has to be declared ok first.

2) details and parts design: what has been posted already

Edited by Laurent

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Another question.

How do you decide on the subject in the first place

We may decide internally, but also have opinions from modellers.

You got some suggestions for us?

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