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Annetra (designed and tooled by AMK) 1/48 Mi-8MT CAD images

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1 hour ago, huey_crew_chief said:

Any idea how much it will cost? 

Yes, very interesting.... 😀  

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16 hours ago, huey_crew_chief said:

Expensive? 

I don't know yet.

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The Moson Show 2019 will be next weekend on 27th and 28th of April in Hungary. The brand new Annetra injection moulded 48th scale Mi-17 Hip helicopter kit test sprues will be shown on Annetra stand.

 

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Gabor

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I have been waiting for this model for a long time!😀

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20 hours ago, huey_crew_chief said:

How long before it will be on the market?

 

 

There is no announcement from the manufacturer for release. I think they want to avoid a mistake made by other makers.

But it is important to have news and show what is already made, to give a glimpse of progress in this project.

 

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Gabor

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Apart from the test sprues on display at Moson this coming (27th & 28th April) weekend, the Annetra stand on the first floor of the school building will also have illustration of the first 4 marking versions for the new 48th scale Annetra Mi-17 kit.

 

Markings shown at Moson with the first kit will be Czech AF, Hungarian AF, Macedonian AF and Slovakian AF.

 

A bit of off-topic. Annetra stand will also have at the show the ZO-91 ultrasonic cutter for use on resin and plastic parts.

 

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Gabor

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Interesting information, Gabor. Thanks!:thumbsup:

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The Czech manufacturer Annetra has released four marking options for the new mould 48 th scale Mi-17 kit.

 

 

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At the Moson Show tomorrow a closer look can be made at the art work and of the plastic parts.

 

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Gabor

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What do you reckon the chances are we'll get an Mi-8 in Soviet markings?

 

Jon

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What about the Czech Annetra Mi-17 kit in 48 th scale? It was on display along with several sprues and bits and pieces. Some parts were visibly still missing, there was no weaponry as well as some structural elements.

 

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An interesting solution to have the TV3-117 engine bays and the main reductor housing as a separate part. It could even mean a fairly easy conversion into the early version, the original Mi-8 with TV2-117 engines.

 

 

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Next to the full built airframe was a cockpit / rear cockpit section as a separate “insert” element. The pilot cockpit looks very detailed with lots of parts which is essential since the Mi-17 canopy is big and one can see basically everything that is inside.

 

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The kit should be released in several versions each with different markings. For the first it should be as shown above, basically a European boxing. Hope that with time there will be a “pure fighter” version to represent Afganistan Russian airframes with lots of small extras. It could be an endless line with all those different users of the Hip helicopter.

 

 

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Gabor   

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Posted (edited)

I did see it on Moson show in Hungary this weekend.

 

It looks very nice. Some flaws in casting that will probably be removed since these were early test parts, a bit naked surface details on fuse, that's a pitty, but overall impressive kit which I can hardly wait

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Looks decent...... I'm agree with collegues - good detailing! Of course, I am interested in the Soviet version of the helicopter that participated in the Afghan war.

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23 minutes ago, LyIgor said:

Looks decent...... I'm agree with collegues - good detailing! Of course, I am interested in the Soviet version of the helicopter that participated in the Afghan war.

Me too!

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