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erik_t
Post subject: Re: PlanebucketPosted: April 19th, 2019, 9:52 pm
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Takeoff and landing would be a very exciting affair with such a long fuselage and such short main landing gear. At least the ventral fins would protect the engines.


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Post subject: Re: PlanebucketPosted: April 25th, 2019, 5:20 pm
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erik_t wrote: *
Takeoff and landing would be a very exciting affair with such a long fuselage and such short main landing gear. At least the ventral fins would protect the engines.
Probably some fixes are needed , and i agree that landing gears should be taller , i will maybe fix this .

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Post subject: Re: PlanebucketPosted: May 13th, 2019, 5:55 pm
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In 2016, the fictive 6th french republic introduced the Espadon, designed by Salasx , a fictive corporation who cooperated with Dassault Aviation, Airbus helicopter and Thales to design a lightweight, low noise, fast and stealth helicopter able to be deployed from a warship .
Initially using a fictive navalised variant of the Tiger , the French navy requested a small helicopter, that would fight in low intensity combat zones and that could also carry a small payload and a 30mm machinegun . This helicopter wasn't designed to carry a lot of weapon, it had to attack quickly a target and return safely to the home ship .

3 prototypes were made, with one being similar to the S-97 . Only the latest had the low noise attributes needed .
Unfortunaly, unlike expectations, the helicopter was 1.6 heavier than planned, but it's insane speed , it's low noise flight attributes and it's efficient stealth convinced Salasx to produce thoses .
Initially, 3 helicopters were made for the Serie 1 , followed by 36 helicopters from the serie 2 .
During the war against terrorism, the Espadon proven to be a perfect helicopter for black operations, quickly gaining notoriety for it's unpreceded attributes . In the beginning of the 2020s, the design started to become obsolete, but whatever, Salasx had acquired the knowledge for a newer design .

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Post subject: Re: PlanebucketPosted: June 27th, 2019, 7:49 pm
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I got the FB-23 and the Scorpion off of a sheet from dA, and got the T-X done from the best images I found:

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Edit: And I finished the NATF-23 I've had half completed for five or six years:
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Edit 2: I've also dug up the MRF-54E Light weight fighter from circa 1991:
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Post subject: Re: PlanebucketPosted: September 29th, 2019, 12:26 am
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I attempted to make a Shipbucket graph for the Shin Meiwa SS-X a.k.a. Shin Meiwa LA (Light Amphibian), a "40-passenger light amphibian for inter-island feeder service".

Aerial tanker and AEW variants are created for my fantasy world seaplane carrier use :)

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EDIT 1: Added the status for each drawing group

EDIT 2/3/4: Corrected some errors resulted from my misinterpretations of the line drawings and model pictures


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Post subject: Re: PlanebucketPosted: September 29th, 2019, 11:30 am
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Interessting. Never heard of this before.

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