MiG-21PFM, Weekend Edition Model kit
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Data sheet MiG-21PFM, Weekend Edition
|Type of product||Airplane model kit|
|Assembly||to be assembled and painted|
|Paint and glue||To be bought separately|
|Box size (cm)||30 x 5 x 20|
|In our catalogue since||2020|
MiG-21PFM, Weekend Edition
Scale : 1:72
The 1:72 scale is ideal for model planes, military models and figurines. This means that the model is 72 times smaller than the actual object.
For example, a model 1:72 scale airplane measures8 inches / 20cm in length if the real object measures 14.4 m (1440 cm).
The figurines in the 1:72 scale measure about 1 inch / 2.5cm high.
Type of product : Airplane model kit
To build a plastic model airplane, you'll need a few things :
- a cutter or cutting pliers
- and model glue.
You can also paint the model with brushes(acrylic or enamel).
The model consists of different parts to cut and assemble.
Construction time will vary depending on the number of parts.
An instruction manual is provided for you inside the box.
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Who is the manufacturer Eduard and what are its specificities?
The Eduard brand offers plastic model kits that are unique in the hobby. They are intended for demanding modellers and collectors.
All you know about the Eduard brand
Who is the manufacturer Eduard?
The history of eduard model accessories begins in 1989 in the city of Most, Czech Republic. Mr. Kurak and Vladimir Sulc embark on photo engraving and decide to sell it to stores. In 1990, the first photo engraving was born, it was the Su 25K model in 1/48 scale.
At first, the Czech manufacturer produced photo-engraved brass models before diversifying its range with plastic miniatures in 1993. In the same year, a large number of sets were marketed. Following the success of the first products, a production line opened its doors in 1991.
What are Eduard's specialties?
In 20 06, the brand's catalog contains 800 sets of photoengraving and 30 plastic kits. The Eduard brand is recognized in the field of photoengraved parts. Its products are marketed worldwide. In addition, eduard's aircraft kits reproduce emblematic themes of aviation history from the First World War to the present day.
Slighting the following thumbnails:
● A model of a war aircraft;
● A model of an aircraft;
● A model of a fighter aircraft;
● A plane model plan;
● A car model;
● A helicopter model;
● A truck model;
● A fast & furious model.
What are the most popular Eduard products?
Many limited edition kits are produced for discerning modellers and collectors. The limited edition ones contain plastics fromEduard and other manufacturers, with PE sets and other accessories such as exhausts, engines and resin wheels. The Royal Class contains top quality kits. The decals offer nearly 10 marking options, stencils, a full selection of PE and masks as well as an instruction booklet. This model targets very demanding aviation enthusiasts.
The edition of Profipack plastic model kits is very popular with RC modeling enthusiasts. The older versions are of good quality, but the newer ones like the Spitfire IX and the MiG-21 in their "Profipack" versionare renowned in the world.
In each kit are additional parts, photo-engraved sets and a sheet of decals. This range is produced at different scales 1/48, 1/72, 1/144 and 1/32 intended for all moderately experienced model makers.
What are the most common Eduard model scales?
The Eduard range of models is available at different scales:
● A 1/48 Eduard model;
● A Eduard 1/72 model;
● A 1/32 Eduard model;
● A 1/35 Eduard model;
● A 1/350 Eduard model;
● A Eduard 1/700 model;
● A 1/24 Eduard model;
● A Eduard 1/144 model;
● A Eduard 1/200 model.
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