Logo
scale modeling database | stash manager
uhebeisen
Ueli Hebeisen (uhebeisen)
CH

Wall

Wall

Ueli Hebeisen added a new project.
1:72
Completed
1:72 SAAB 210-I LILLDRAKEN "Initial Configuration" (Planet Models PLT263)
 
2 | 13. March, 16:48
Casey Beckett
Man it was tiny! Very nice build!
16. May, 00:14

March 14, 2021

Ueli Hebeisen added a new photoalbum.
11 | 13. March, 13:13
Thomas Bischoff
very clean build and the red adds some colour 👍
13. March, 14:13
gorby
Excellent work!
13. March, 16:22
James C
Very nice looking build👍
13. March, 18:03
Alex
sehr schön geworden!
13. March, 19:09
John Thomas
Very nice
13. March, 19:46
Oliver Zwiener
Klasse Ding 👍
14. March, 08:52
Neuling
I agree with everyone above!👍
14. March, 09:55

March 13, 2021

Ueli Hebeisen added a new photoalbum.
View album, image #5
1:72
Saab J-35J (Johan) of F10 Ängelholm
1 | 13. March, 17:30
Ueli Hebeisen completed this item
13. March, 17:24
Ueli Hebeisen completed this item
13. March, 17:23
Ueli Hebeisen added a new project.
1:72
Completed
1:72 J-35Ö Draken (Hasegawa 51402)1:72 J35 Draken exhaust nozzle (Aires 7198)1:72 J35F/J Draken (Aires 7195)2+
 
1 | 13. March, 17:18
Ueli Hebeisen added a new photoalbum.
View album, image #3
1:72
the Saab badge makes a wonderful base (heavy)
1 | 13. March, 16:57
Ueli Hebeisen added a new article to his personal gallery:
13. March, 13:51
Ueli Hebeisen added Britmodeller.com to his forums
13. March, 13:49
Ueli Hebeisen added Modellversium to his favorite webzines
13. March, 13:49
Ueli Hebeisen added Aeroscale to his favorite webzines
13. March, 13:49
Ueli Hebeisen added MIG Productions to his list of favorite colors
13. March, 13:46
Ueli Hebeisen added Hataka Hobby to his list of favorite colors
13. March, 13:46
Ueli Hebeisen added a new project.
1:72
Completed
1:72 F-102A (Case XX) (Meng Model DS-005)1:72 F-102 S.A. (Eduard SS474)1:72 F.102 Delta Dagger (Flightpath 72143)3+
 
1 | 13. March, 13:30

February 6, 2021

Ueli Hebeisen added a new photoalbum.
View album, image #1
1:72
finished model
2 | 20. July 2015, 08:28
View full thread (13 Comments)
 
Ueli Hebeisen
@Mike: no, these decals are custom made (Alps printer). I had the chance to visit Rotex AG and take photos of the HB-ZGK and Rotex gave me the permission to use their logo. There are two K-Max operated by Rotex, the HB-ZGK has the warnings at the rotorhead in englisch whereas the HB-ZIH has them in German.
21. July 2015, 06:18
Dutch
Very nicely done! I have always been an admirer of Kaman's inter-meshing rotor helicopters. You have captured the K-Max very well. Terrific work and photos.
16. October 2017, 18:03
Ueli Hebeisen
Attack Squadron the polish company had done a reissue of this kit, this time the added decals for 4 civil versions. Among them is the K-Max that I have built.
And more news from ROTEX the Swiss K-Max operator: they are adding a third K-Max HB-ZTW to their helicopter fleet.
17. October 2017, 04:33
Łukasz Gliński
Ahhh, lovely Liechtensteiner K-Max, how come I missed it for so long? Fantastic! What's the fit of the parts?
6. February, 20:32
Donald Dickson II
I did not know anyone did a kit of this! Thats awesome!

I did the Husky...
HH-43 | Album by smokeriderdon (1:32)
6. February, 20:38
Ueli Hebeisen added a new project.
1:72
Completed
1:72 Kaman K-Max (Attack Squadron 72015)
 
6 | 20. July 2015, 08:46
Harry Eder
Really nice! 👍 But I think you should turn one of the rotors 90 degrees.
20. July 2015, 11:37
Ueli Hebeisen
no, you may read the comments on my Flickr album
(https://flic.kr/s/aHskdCT8Bn)

I have put the rotors into their "service" position 🙂 this is usually done if the heli needs maintenance and is stored in a hangar.
But you are are right the Flettner system like the one at the K-Max has intermeshing rotors which have an offset of 90° - in "operation" mode.
Btw, having the rotors that way saves me space too, now the model fits easily in my display case 😉
20. July 2015, 12:20
Harry Eder
Ok, I didn´t know, that they can turn their rotors! Thank you! 🙂
20. July 2015, 12:54
Melf Boyens
This "Flettner-double-rotation-drive" is interesting. One should normally think that both blades collide with each other as they are mounted same height. Somehow it is synchronised and one blade rotates "over" the other. I thought that the KAMOV drives are complicated ...but this tops it again! Grützi in die Schweiz!! Nice Model Ueli
20. July 2015, 14:41
Martin Winter
The two rotor discs are mounted at a slight angle to each other when looking at the helicopter from the front (25 degrees, I believe), and offset at 90 degrees rotationally. I built a model of the mechanism in LEGO technic. It's really quite fascinating to look at 🙂
6. February, 11:47

wnolder.php?lang=en

2021-02-06 11:47:07

2012-07-22 12:32:57

11786

todo

We use cookies to give you a great and free experience. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies.

You can change your Cookie settings at any time. (Essential cookies are for: preferences, security, performance analytics and contextual advertising)

Privacy policy »     Continue