This gundam paper model is a very detailed GN-0000 00 Gundam (aka GN-0000, 00 Gundam, 00, pronounced “Double-Oh”), the successor unit to GN-001 Gundam Exia and GN-XXX Gundam Rasiel, the papercraft is created by Kyuri, and shared by yenc. The finished model stands about 25 cm tall. There is another original scale version on the site: GN-0000 00 Gundam Papercraft Ver.1; and also a SD GN-0000 00 Gundam Papercraft available.
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This Star Wars papercraft is an A/SF-01 B-wing Starfighter, a heavy fast attack starfighter and one of the largest and most heavily armed starfighters/bombers in the Rebel Alliance’s fleet, the paper model is created by Goozi. For more information and another paper model version please click on: Star Wars – B-Wing Starfighter Paper Model Ver.1.
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This paper model is a Char B1 bis, an upgraded variant of French heavy tank Char B1 (which was manufactured before World War II), with thicker armour at 60 mm maximum (55 mm at the sides) and an APX4 turret with a longer-barrelled (L/32) 47 mm SA 35 gun, to give the tank a real anti-tank capacity, the papercraft is created by Lazy Life, and the scale is in 1:72.
It was the main production type: from 8 April 1937 until June 1940 369 units were delivered out of a total order for 1144, with series numbers 201 to 569. Before the war manufacture was slow: only 129 had been delivered on 1 September 1939. The monthly delivery was still not more than fifteen in December; it peaked in March 1940 with 45.
The Char B1 bis had a top speed of 25 km/h (16 mph) provided by a 307 bhp (229 kW) petrol engine. The first batch of 35 Char B1 bis used the original engine but from 1938 to May 1940 they were slowly re-equipped. Its weight was about 31.5 metric tons. The operational range was about 180 km (110 mi) which was similar to other tanks of the period. At 20 km/h (12 mph) the three fuel tanks (total capacity of 400 l (88 imp gal) would be exhausted in six hours. To improve matters, at first, trailers with an 800 litre auxiliary fuel tank were towed but this practice was soon abandoned. Instead Char B1 units included a large number of fuel trucks and TRC Lorraine 37 L armoured tracked refuelling vehicles specially designed to quickly refuel them. The last tanks to be produced in June had an extra internal 170 l (37 imp gal) fuel tank. To cool the more powerful engine the Char B1 bis had the air intake on the left side enlarged. It is often claimed this formed a weak spot in the armour, based on a single incident on 16 May near Stonne where two German 37 mm PAK guns claimed to have knocked out three Char B1’s by firing at the intakes at close range. The air intake was a 6-inch (150 mm) thick assembly of horizontal slits alternately angled upwards and downwards between 28 mm thick armour plates, and as such intended to be no more vulnerable than the normal 55 mm side plates.
Over the production run the type was slowly improved. Tanks number 306 to 340 carried 62 47-mm rounds (and the old complement of 4,800 machine gun rounds); later tanks 72 and 5,250. However the B1 bis had fewer 75 mm rounds compared to the earlier B1 : 74 instead of eighty, normally only seven of which were APHE ammunition. Early in 1940 another change was made when the ER53 radio was replaced by the ER51 which allowed spoken wireless communication. The company and battalion command tanks also had an ER55 for communication with higher command. The crews of the 1re DCR kept their old sets however, preferring them because the human voice was drowned by engine noise. [Source: wikipedia]
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his Airplane Paper Model is D-AIPX Germanwings Airbus A320, recolored by Laszlo Bota using Julius Perdana’s A320 papercraft template, the scale is in 1:100. Germanwings Flight 9525 (4U9525/GWI18G) was a scheduled international passenger flight, flying from Barcelona–El Prat Airport, Spain, to Düsseldorf Airport, Germany, operated by the Lufthansa-owned low-cost airline Germanwings and which made a flight into terrain.
On 24 March 2015, French investigators disclosed that the Airbus A320-200 jetliner crashed 100 kilometres (62 mi) northwest of Nice, in the French Alps, after a constant descent that began one minute after the last routine contact with air traffic control and shortly after the plane had reached its assigned cruise altitude. The French prosecutor, the French and German authorities and a spokesperson for Germanwings have all stated that crashing this plane was intentional. The crash killed all 144 passengers and six crew members. All of the victims, R.I.P.
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This papercraft is a Canoptek Spyder, from Warhammer 40K series, the papercraft is created by Raven Sent-iv. Canoptek Spyders are massive robotic Necron constructs, their immense weight effortlessly propelled by sophisticated anti-gravitic engines.
Their bodies are large and rounded in the shape of a hooded carapace, in order to accommodate the internal systems that construct Canoptek Scarabs as needed. This is combined with their multiple limbs and many compound visual sensors which stare out from a featureless, metallic block to give an arachnoid aspect that enhances the fearful appearance of these monstrous robots.
All Canoptek Spyders have a Fabricator Claw Array that allows them to effect repairs on a Necron tomb’s systems, and these also make for frighteningly destructive weapons. Canoptek Spyders also sometimes sport additional weaponry to better repel crypt intruders. When the Necrons rise from their crypts, Canoptek Spyders often follow them in battle, both for their combat abilities and their capability for repairing damage that is beyond even the abilities of their Necron masters’ advanced regenerative systems. For more information please click here.
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This paper toy is Tetsujin Tiger Seven (translated as Iron Man Tiger 7), a title character of the Japanese tokusatsu television series, the papercraft is created by tjaizue. You can download this papercraft toy here: Tetsujin Tiger Seven Free Paper Toy Download
This paper model is Nexus, the heart of a protoss base, from the military sci-fi real-time strategy game StarCraft, the papercraft is created by KGH. The nexus is a mammoth, pyramidal structure that looms over each and every protoss settlement. It serves as a psychic anchor, allowing the protoss to access the psionic matrix from even across the galaxy. The nexus also manufactures probes.
Khaydarin crystals are located within each nexus. They can be used as a defensive measure when the psionic matrix is supercharged by a mothership core. In turn, each nexus is linked to these cores through its khaydarin crystals, and can serve as a warp beacon to initiate recall. [Source: wikia]
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This paper toy is Flappy Frog, created by KGH. There are four versions for this papercraft: Tree Frog, Desert Frog, Swamp Frog and Jungle Frog. You can download this papercraft toy here [Ctrl+F to serch “첨부파일” for download link]: Flappy Frog Free Paper Toy Download [Instruction]