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Post July 25th, 2015, 2:56 pm

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Hi everyone !
After 2 models ( http://www.coastercrazy.com/forums/vekoma-and-b-m-models-1-16-t35260.html ), I wanted to make an Immelmann model, more esthetic and more complex.
As you can see, the results is not perfect, this Immelmann is not very smooth and worse: it's too short and to dangerous to be realistic, but I think it's a good start to future complex models.


Caracteristics

- size: 1/50 (40 cm)
- track type: B&M sit down coaster
- colors: Banshee coaster
- lighting: white LEDs powered by baterries (2x1,5 V).

I'm waiting for your comments ;)
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I tried to respect the design of the main spine B&M rails...
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Post July 25th, 2015, 3:41 pm
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You should seriously reconsider selling these... even though it may be out of budget. If you could possibly put a clear box around it it may help it not be so fragile. As for shipping, you could always charge the consumer for the shipping price depending where they live. I would love to buy one depending on the price! Great work as usual!
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Post July 25th, 2015, 5:07 pm

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This seriously looks like a legendary coaster monument! 8-)
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If you were selling those I would definitely buy one for myself. Great work, it looks really awesome. :)

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Post July 28th, 2015, 4:32 am

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Thank you for your comments!
For the moment I keep it, but about selling these I will have to give it some thought ! ;)
My next model, wich I'll start in september, will be a launch system! And I would appreciate that someone helps me with the technical part... I'll post a video rendered by Blender just to let you know if you can help me! thanks ;)

Post July 28th, 2015, 4:47 am

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^ Fantastic announcement! :D
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Post September 1st, 2015, 1:54 pm

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Wow this is really awesome! Great job! That is some serious skill. What a cool piece to have around the house. This looks like wood, is that right? Perhaps an aluminum would allow you to make a smoother roll? In any case - very cool.

Post September 2nd, 2015, 11:56 am

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Thanks ! ;)
There is no wood, just paper, cardboard, plaster, clay, glue, paint, and vernish ! I think the traces of brushes made you believe that !
Yeah it would be better with aluminium but I don't have enough tools to do that :/ But thanks for the idea !

Post September 3rd, 2015, 3:42 am

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Sitroms wrote:
Yeah it would be better with aluminium but I don't have enough tools to do that :/

Like the track builders can bend steel much easier than wood. Steel does bring complicated elements. Hope to see more of your new ideas.

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