[WWI] New Eduard OT Releases

Magnus Berggren berggren.berggren at gmail.com
Thu Jan 9 15:45:48 EST 2014


I keep my fingers crossed for the 1/48  Caproni Ca:3 they talked about years ago. Or a Friedrichafen bomber. Or why not a O/400...

/Magnus

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> 9 jan 2014 kl. 21:25 skrev Ray Boorman <fokkereiv at gmail.com>:
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> I'd think 1/48th would get the biggest bang for the buck. The Molds for 1/72 and 1/48th cost about the same to research and create and as much as I hate it, Larger Scales are now much more popular. 
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> Some two seaters would be nice, but not ones that have already been done by Eduard or Roden. 
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> I wonder if they may look at 1/32 they could scale there Camel's up!!! Now they'd sell
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>> On Thu, Jan 9, 2014 at 9:11 AM, Crawford Neil <Neil.Crawford at volvo.com> wrote:
>> I think a Spad 16 would sell like hot cakes, but that’s me!
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>> /Neil
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>> From: WWI [mailto:wwi-bounces at wwi-models.org] On Behalf Of Michael Kendix
>> Sent: den 9 januari 2014 3:05
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>> To: World War One Modeling
>> Subject: Re: [WWI] New Eduard OT Releases
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>> I have made that kit - it is decent especially with a few enhancements from the Part p/e and there was a resin add-on from Hawkeye that contained a better spinner. So, if Eduard are going to do a new 1/72nd scale, I would prefer something different. Surely one of the BE2/12 types or RE8? Perhaps they wouldn't sell? I don't really know what the market would be like for these.
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>> From: Neil.Crawford at volvo.com
>> To: wwi at wwi-models.org
>> Date: Thu, 9 Jan 2014 13:42:48 +0000
>> Subject: Re: [WWI] New Eduard OT Releases
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>> I had to look that up, Eduards SSW is in 1/48. OTOH there is a 1/72 SSW from Toko /Eastern express which I’m sure we all have, so all is not lost!
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>> /Neil
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>> From: WWI [mailto:wwi-bounces at wwi-models.org] On Behalf Of Michael Kendix
>> Sent: den 9 januari 2014 2:31
>> To: World War One Modeling
>> Subject: Re: [WWI] New Eduard OT Releases
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>> In 1/48th scale, presumably?
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>> Date: Thu, 9 Jan 2014 08:36:56 +0000
>> From: adlth at btinternet.com
>> To: wwi at wwi-models.org
>> Subject: Re: [WWI] New Eduard OT Releases
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>> Hi all
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>> According to the info Eduard Magazine the first new release will be an SSW D.III. Eduard have stated that there will be at least one new WW1 tooling for each year of the Centenary
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>> Regards
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>> Dave
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>> From: Gabriel Limon <arglim at msn.com>
>> To: "WWI at wwi-models.org" <wwi at wwi-models.org> 
>> Sent: Thursday, 9 January 2014, 4:32
>> Subject: Re: [WWI] New Eduard OT Releases
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>> I wouldn't hold out much hope for the planes you mentioned.  They'll more than likely revisit the "oldies but goodies."  Maybe we can just hope they finally fix the Alb. DV/a undercarriage and footstep placement.  I'd go for a real decent Berg D.I series too, with parts for the variants of different manufacturers.
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>> Gabe
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>> From: bristolf2b at hotmail.com
>> To: wwi at wwi-models.org
>> Date: Thu, 9 Jan 2014 11:53:17 +1000
>> Subject: Re: [WWI] New Eduard OT Releases
>> 
>> Mike says
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>> >                Y-A-H-O-O!!!!!  Now, is that the sound of numerous hands coming together that I hear?  Or is it the sound of numerous >fingers crossing in the hope that Eduard will release any of the following:
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>> >                                1.  H.B. D.I
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>> >                                2.  Big Ack (most especially!)
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>> >                                3.  Roland D.II or D.IIa
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>> >                                4.  B.E.2e
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>> I'm happy that they've decided that WW1 subjects are worth a revisit during the Centenaries, but I'd be quite comfortable betting against any of those being in their release list - and I'm currently unemployed and about ready to sell my stash to pay some bills!
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>> Have a look at the WW2 subjects they release - all of them well known staples that will return enough to make a profit. Most of those will elicit a "huh?" at best from non-WW1 enthusiasts. But - we can hope of course.
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>> Shane
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>> Quidvis recte factum, 
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