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mikebramel
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I think I see the Sword F250
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My University didn't have a 'hall of models'! Amazing! I've since managed to create my own at home though Smiley
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Ian, first I enjoyed you review of the Conrad's 60th Anniversary model, looks like a great little dozer, second I really liked your video tour in China. It is very cool to see how many processes, and how many hands the models are passed through just to end up on our shelves.

-Mike, Collecting 1/50th Construction Diecast Since 2003.
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Jack.
Posted: Saturday, December 17, 2016 8:06:41 PM

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Great stuff as per usual Ian. Cool Can you tell us what the tadano model is at the end?

Heavy Cranes
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Jack. wrote:
Great stuff as per usual Ian. Cool Can you tell us what the tadano model is at the end?


I'm truly amazed that you don't know Jack Wink

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I know it's a 220, but who's making it? Have I missed something?? Teeth

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Jack. wrote:
I know it's a 220, but who's making it? Have I missed something?? Teeth


The CAD image was on a WSI computer....

Many thanks also for the comments of appreciation above. Smile

Scania R 580 'Gruber'

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Paul R
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Cranes Etc wrote:
Cranes Etc in China - Making Models

Ian


That's a great video Ian. A great insight into how the models are produced. I had seen some of the design process and esheets at WSI NL before and it's amazing how much work goes into it.

Paul R
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My first post on the forum and I have to begin here. Appreciate the time and effort you take to show us the models. Your passion shines through in the pics and videos and the humor is a cherry on the icing. Keep them coming and keep on collecting.
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D3xter wrote:
My first post on the forum and I have to begin here. Appreciate the time and effort you take to show us the models. Your passion shines through in the pics and videos and the humor is a cherry on the icing. Keep them coming and keep on collecting.


Welcome, and many thanks for your words.

Liebherr R 936 IV

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