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post #1 of 33 (permalink) Old 05-07-13, 05:20 PM Thread Starter
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started a project making a thunderhawk you can see all detail here

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Thats looking pretty sick, what CAD package do you use? I stick with 2D design. MDF I assume?

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Thats looking pretty sick, what CAD package do you use? I stick with 2D design. MDF I assume?
i use a pretty old program called coreldraw version 12.
its actually mount board (sturdy 1.5mm card). the mdf is what i cut agaisnt as i dont want to fish all the little bits out the honeycomb bed
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This is awesome! Please keep posting updates. It looks amazing so far and I have high expectations for the rest.

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This is awesome! Please keep posting updates. It looks amazing so far and I have high expectations for the rest.
thank you and yes i intend to keep posting im starting on the body tmw
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would your machine cut plasticard?



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would your machine cut plasticard?
yes it cuts platicard, see

http://limited-edition-warhammer.blo...page_1302.html

there are several plasticard things i have made
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started on the main body

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Extremely sexy! Its looking mighty fine!
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Still looking great! Is this off a template by any chance?

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