Please forward this error screen to 209. Please forward this error screen to shared88. This saturn v paper model pdf builds into an accurate 1:32 scale replica of the V-2. The completed model has a height of over seventeen inches.
Two versions are available, featuring either a 3-colour camouflage scheme or a black and white test pattern. You will need a colour printer capable of handling card or cover stock to print the parts sheets. 5 thousandths of an inch or 0. Click here to see photos of the finished model.
To obtain these sheets in their original GIF format and to see photos of the finished launch table, visit his site here. The parts and instructions are in Adobe PDF format. You’ll need a PDF reader such as Adobe’s Acrobat Reader or Foxit Reader to open and print the files. If you want to offer these models on your site, please read this first. It was developed during the Second World War for the German army by a team of scientists and engineers led by Wernher von Braun. Carrying a one-ton warhead at supersonic speeds, the V-2 could not be intercepted and descended on its targets without warning.
V-2 rocket – From wikipedia, data and history of the V-2. V2 Resource Site – A wealth of information about the V-2 rocket. Beggs Aerospace – A detailed look at postwar V-2 history. Free Models These card models may be downloaded for your personal enjoyment.
If you want to offer these models on your site, please read this first. The kits vary in complexity, and many are not suitable for beginning card modelers. I’ve assigned a skill level to each kit to help you judge whether the kit is within your ability. To Print Your Model You will need a printer capable of printing on card stock.
Open and print the model files with a PDF reader program. The instructions may be printed on ordinary printer paper. The parts layout should be printed onto card stock. 5 thousandths of an inch or 0. Predecessor of the modern cruise missile. From the 1929 silent film Woman in the Moon. The ill-fated Soviet rival to the Saturn V moon rocket.
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Look at Delta 7 Studios for Gemini paper models. 48 Saturn V paper model available. How did you make those parts? Was it a pre-constructed model box or so?