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(Skill index 5)

Blohm & Voss BV 155 - High-Altitude Interceptor.

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After Note:

The model template of Blohm & Voss BV155. 

Pay attention to the construction of wing, since the aspect of the wing is high (make sure there is no twist along the wing). The wing is slightly up at both ends for the dihedral effect. Glue the middle section of the wing first and glue the end of the wing, with dihedral angle, in a separate step. Always try dry-run first, before gluing them together.

The weight-adjusted well in my hand (this also depend on how much you will slide in of the front fuselage. Make sure use light-weight paper.

Fly well. The aspect of the wing is on the higher side (a longer wing), adjusted main-wing accordingly if need.


Added a new feature of the standing base with landing gear. The base made it good for a statue post and for keeping it in good shape when not in the air. 

​Down Load template: Click "Down Load Template" button and print.  Or copy-paste the “print-out” of 4D template on your graphic program (such as PowerPoint) and add your label. Adjust the size as needed. 

 

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4D model template of Blohm & Voss BV 155 high-altitude interceptor.

Blohm & Voss BV 155:

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Blohm & Voss BV155 high-altitudw interceptor

The Blohm & Voss BV 155 was a German high-altitude interceptor aircraft intended to be used by the Luftwaffe against raids by USAAF Boeing B-29 Superfortress. Work started on the design as the Messerschmitt Me 155 in 1942, many parts are from Messerschmitt Me 109. But the project went through a protracted development period and change of ownership, and prototypes were still under test and development when World War II ended.

High-altitude interceptor aircraft,
First flight:        September 1, 1944,
Prototypes were under test and developed when WWII ended           
Number Built:   3.

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4D model template of Blohm & Voss