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JumpJet

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I started working on a new personal scale rocket project. I might not make it fly but instead make it really scale with lots of details like panel lines, rivets and other such stuff. I am still developing the cross sections of the model and I bet I've got another 20 hours of cad time to go before I can start cutting wood. Any body have a guess what model I am working on. It shouldn't be to hard to figure out. I can always use more scale data so if you have something to share please post it here.


John Boren

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K'Tesh

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Just so long as it doesn't cost us $6 million... Man. :wink:
 

JumpJet

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Although the above lifting body was seen crashing in the opening scene of the 6 Million Dollar man TV show it's not what my drawings are of.


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This will be fun to watch as it develops!
 

NJRick

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she is going to look awesome!!
 

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Looks like you've done your home work so you probably have these pics--HL-10-1.jpgHL-10-2.jpghl-10-3.jpg
 

JumpJet

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Yes, I have all those images but thanks for posting them anyway.


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While looking for better images of the rear of the HL-10 I found this web site. It has a few images I've not seen before. This site also contains LOTS of great images of other airplane and rocket subjects. Just scroll down and click on a date to view the images.

https://projecthabu.com/Featured Aircraft


John Boren
 
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