2707-200 3d model

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Not to bad you did a great job. ;D
 

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Skyraider3D said:
I just discovered this post only now. Holy dayum that is absolutely awesome! :eek: B)
Magnificent work mate!
Hey Ronnie ;D Cheers mate, thanks.
Here two more :



 

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That PanAm one is especially nice. :eek:
 

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sferrin said:
That PanAm one is especially nice. :eek:
You can just imagine it being still used for some secondary routes in the world of 2001: A Space Odyssey.
 

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I love them! But now I have to bring out the spelling and grammar police; I know you meant "comfort", not confort and it should also read "times" for five times faster, not time. I'm just letting you know, as I don't think English is your first language, although I'm not sure, and it could just be the result of typing too fast.

That's going to make great wall paper on my PC. :)
 

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Also the plural of aircraft is aircraft, not aircrafts.
 

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Oh well ::)... Sorry , corrected now. Thanks !
Note I would have done as much faults on a Air France add ...
 

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galgot said:
Oh well ::)... Sorry , corrected now. Thanks !
Note I would have done as much faults on a Air France add ...
Amusing corrections, but I think we would have preferred it fixed with the original wording. There was no criticism intended.
 

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Small technical question, but what was the purpose of the small "spoilers" (I can't think of a proper technical name for them) behind and below the canards?

And may I add absolutely beautiful jobs, which I had your skill.

Thanks and regards.
 

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JohnR said:
Small technical question, but what was the purpose of the small "spoilers" (I can't think of a proper technical name for them) behind and below the canards?

And may I add absolutely beautiful jobs, which I had your skill.

Thanks and regards.
Thanks. Being no aerodynamist I've checked Wikipedia for "fuselage strakes" :
"On both supersonic and subsonic types, smaller strakes are sometimes applied to the forward fuselage to control the fuselage flow at high angles of attack ; for example the Concorde SST has small nose strakes "to get a better directional stability".
Note they are not present on the 2707-100 (without canards). So maybe had to do with redirecting the airflow after the canards at certain AoA ?

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galgot said:
Oh well ::)... Sorry , corrected now. Thanks !
Note I would have done as much faults on a Air France add ...
Amusing corrections, but I think we would have preferred it fixed with the original wording. There was no criticism intended.
Sure, no problem.
 

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/sigh...

Beautiful work there!

That design was from a time when aerospace guys still had the freedom to think big!
 

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I find myself wondering if our resident 2707 modeller had anything to do with this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y91Zr480Tn4
 

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OMFG... sferrin's comment in the YF-23 topic in Aerospace brought me here - I'm salivating! What an exquisite model!

Great work, Galgot!
 

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Having drooled over the renders you've posted so far, what I think you need to do next is the classic "Boeing Shot" - house colours, with iconic Mt. Rainier as the back drop:

https://secure.boeingimages.com/CS.aspx?VP3=SearchResult&VBID=2JRSN2A420SOWV&SMLS=1&RW=1446&RH=740
 
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