- Aug 14, 2009
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Correct me if I'm wrong, circle-5, but this is not a render, it's a desktop model!Alcides said:Well, thank you for the pictures circle-5. Very, very interesting.
Does anyone know if a 3d view is available for this one? I think the answer is yes because the great 3d render which shows the crane.
No. These were separate programs which deserve separate topics.circle-5 said:Moderator: please re-title this topic to reflect both the XH-17 and XH-28 helicopters. Thank you.
You describe this images as "XH-28A" in your post but labeled the file as "XH-28B". Please clarify... Thanks.circle-5 said:Presentation model of the Hughes XH-28A crane helicopter -- the ultimate development of the original Kellett design.
Twin yaw-control rotors and final, 3-blade main rotor are visible here. The model's main rotor was over 4-ft. in diameter and mounted on ball bearings.
Photo was scanned from the model maker's offset-printed advertising flyer (Time Miniature Displays in Burbank, a.k.a. Southwick Models), to explain the poor quality. Southwick was a model contractor for Convair, NAA, Hughes, Northrop, Lockheed, Radioplane and others.