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#1 Posted : 27 May 2020 15:33:14

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Hello everybody,

Today I start my construction report for the X-Wing,
I deliberately left out the construction of the wings BigGrin I hope you are not angry Wink

Here is the stand after issue 58, I printed an auxiliary construction to position the wings,








I designed and printed the landing light housings, they are brushed the days and equipped with SMDs Wink





Here from different angles









the scenes where you see these headlights,







and again the X-Wing from different perspectives,











So that's it for now.

To be continued Wink

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#2 Posted : 27 May 2020 15:39:27

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here the landing lights brushed in the basic color,



made the reflector chrome,



the position lights,





the landing light in function,





To be continued Wink
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#3 Posted : 27 May 2020 15:44:40

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it continued on the X-Wing Smile

I started to equip the left cockpit console with fiber optics,



provisionally illuminated, at the end there are several colors flashing, flickering and permanently illuminated,;)







I have already printed the adapter for the original holder for assembly, the grub screw is M8,









to be continued Wink
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#4 Posted : 27 May 2020 15:52:42

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I installed issue 71 today and continued on the cockpit,

here the frame parts that could be assembled and the board screwed in, testing is possible from the 74 edition Smile







I laid fiber optic cables on the cockpit and illuminated the aiming device,





temporarily hold the flashlight in,






To be continued Wink
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#5 Posted : 27 May 2020 15:57:13

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WOW! Nice addition!

Clay
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#6 Posted : 27 May 2020 16:00:08

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I was thinking how to get the mass of fiber optics coming out of the cockpit tamed Confused Blink

here the idea, BigGrin

since there is space in the front area of the X-Wing, I printed and adapted a partition Wink



Since the tips of the fiber optic cables have to be illuminated, tubes with 5mm inner diameter come into this partition, here the design in the slicer,



the finished print,



once an LED is inserted, up to 16 LEDs fit in, colored, flashing and continuously lit, as required;)





I had to remove a connecting strut at the top for assembly,



here it is used,



with provisionally inserted fiber optics, these are finally fixed with white glue,





photographed again in the nose,





To be continued Wink
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#7 Posted : 27 May 2020 16:03:43

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I continued a little bit on the cockpit today, Smile















1/4 of the lighting in the cockpit is now ready and the LED holder works great, I hope I can get away with it on the weekend.

To be continued Wink
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#8 Posted : 27 May 2020 16:07:35

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I continued at the cockpit today, all the fiber optic cables were moved and put in their place Wink





Here's the fiber optic chaos Blink



















To be continued Wink
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#9 Posted : 27 May 2020 16:09:19

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I uploaded a test video of the cockpit lighting to YouTube

https://youtu.be/0seJQlbIErw
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#10 Posted : 27 May 2020 16:14:33

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I continued on the X-Wing today and installed the wings and the lighting,







Engines running,







the remote control also works, the wings open,











All functions of the X-Wing run ThumpUp ThumpUp I upload the video afterwards and set the link here.

https://youtu.be/fy7leyYo3jc

Unfortunately, the functions can only be tested with issue 74. As Levelord already wrote, there is a possibility, but nobody wants the scrap board either.

If you have any questions, just ask Smile
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#11 Posted : 27 May 2020 16:22:44

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I did it myself and soldered a Y adapter. This can be used to tap the power supply at connector 20, e.g. if you Additional lighting installed and maybe want to make a cockpit modification, but the performance is too high for the original board and does not want to destroy it.

But first of all, this is a permanent voltage that is not switched by the board and is always present when the power supply is switched on or the batteries are inserted !!!!

You can e.g. switch with a separate remote control.

https://www.ebay.de/itm/...7ffc:g:iSwAAOSwIeNdg3UB

Here with an external power supply of 6V,









the Y adapter on connector 20,



and the complete Y-adapter with the voltage tap and folding wagons. So you can save yourself soldering.



here in battery mode,





If you are interested, please PM me.

Sequel follows.
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#12 Posted : 27 May 2020 16:32:38

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here my engine modification for the X-Wing BigGrin

My friend programmed the controller and opened a 12-inch neopixel ring. Made in Germany ThumpUp

Starting with the wiring for the rings, since this requires a voltage supply of max. 5V,





then the wings disassembled Crying



shortened the end of the engine,



designed the holder for the neopixel rings,



the controller and the IR receiver for the remote control, this is separate and you have to cut a hole 7x3mm in the fuselage, I'll do that when the front is firmly installed, Wink


fitted the ring, fits ThumpUp



on the engine housing,





Here is the status of the building after the installation of the new engines,

















here is a small video With the engine’s

https://youtu.be/yZuuKmMzj3s

So that's it from this construction site Wink

To be continued BigGrin

I wish you all a nice week and stay healthy Smile
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#13 Posted : 27 May 2020 22:37:42

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Looking good Stefan.Love

Mark
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#14 Posted : 28 May 2020 14:45:57

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Amazing work.There is a lot of room in this model to add your own electronics

Carl

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#15 Posted : 05 November 2020 11:59:59

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Hello everybody,

For me it goes on again, I spent the days at and processed the next issues of the X-Wing and installed and modified the parts Wink

starting with issues 82 and 83,

this is how the sprue should look like on the upper wing cover,





here you can see one of the struts, this has a small cast edge,



I removed these,



through these acquaintances the frame has risen a bit,
as a result, the frame was not flush during assembly and this would result in larger gaps. Seen here



here the finished upper shell of the grand piano holder,





I made an opening in the top cover at the level of the circuit board, because I would like to make 2 modifications afterwards.
I got this tip from a friend on Facebook # Thank you Axel,



here with fixtures, somewhat confusing, due to all the additional lighting,



here the screwed parts, here you can see that they are very close to each other, thereby reducing the gap dimensions of the panels, to be seen later in the report,







here the parts from issue 84, there Torsten Engel has already taken on the part in advance and found out that the cast edges apply something to the glued areas and thus also contribute to the inaccuracy,
here the lower ground plane and the upper original,



I glued and fixed the part, so it could glue it in peace,



here are the lines that I have to move from back to front, the other side looks the same,



The construction status at the end of issue 84,





Here's my hyperdrive, I'll modify it a bit,
a mold was made of the carrier plate and then poured with clear resin, # many thanks to Gregor,

but that at a later date,





















Here is another modification by me, since I pimped the engine a bit, I mounted the IR receiver in the front of the support shaft.
The closed flap is in issue 99,



the opening filed square,



glued in the IR receiver,



and done,



here mounted from below,



continue with issue 92, the front side panels
sometimes photographed from several sides so that you can see that they fit in,























I have marked the screws here, you should screw them out if you unscrew the front side panels so you can get the front side panels in better, Wink



The rear panels of issue 93,







Here you can see the rear panel, that fits very well and goes exactly to the edge, that is exactly the place where, if you have not assembled it correctly, you will have problems with the assembly of the rear,



here the side panels on the cockpit,














Issue 94, the rear upper side panels,



Unfortunately, there is an inaccuracy here and a large gap that can be removed either with a spatula or a small plastic sheet, I'll do that a little later in my construction report,



here you can see how the top and bottom panels come together,
the gap is minimal, a good prerequisite for neatly assembling the rear and saving yourself trouble because everything is so tight,



the right side,











and the left side,









the view from the front,







issue 95,
that stern, which, thanks to the preparatory work, can be put on cleanly,

























sometimes a photo of the building status between



here the issue 96 and 97, the details for the rear,









Issue 98, this is where the cover for the battery compartment goes,




that battery compartment,



and the panels for the nose,





so that's it for today, here is the final construction,







I hope I was able to shed some light on the dark and show you guys that the panels are not quite as bad as they are commonly claimed.
If you have any questions, just ask. If I can help, I'll be happy to do it. ThumpUp

To be continued BigGrin

I wish you a nice Day and stay healthy Smile
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#16 Posted : 05 November 2020 15:22:28

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Stephan,

No pictures made it to your post!!! By the way, the effect you made with the engines starting up is fantastic!!! Can't wait to see more of what you do and if you can get the pictures uploaded, I would like to see your fixes to the model!

Have a wonderful weekend!

Clay
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#17 Posted : 05 November 2020 15:42:03

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hello clay,

please try a different browser, with me all the pictures are there.
I use Mozilla Firefox. my picture host is phoximages.

greetings stefan
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#18 Posted : 06 November 2020 08:48:36

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Superb work Stephan.Love Love
You are really bring this thing to life.Cool

Mark
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#19 Posted : 06 November 2020 13:23:05

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thank you, Mark and Clay

I am glad that you like the construction Smile

Greetings from Germany and stay healthy Smile
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#20 Posted : 06 November 2020 17:52:16

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Hello everybody,

a little update on the hyperdrive Wink























Sorry, I'm a little lazy to write at the moment Blushing

Bring this to the days when the hyperdrive is done Wink

To be continued BigGrin

I wish you all a nice evening, a nice weekend and stay healthy Smile
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