Yes, the LUT becomes more and more similar to the original, here together with the real thing - the perspective is not quite right, but it is sufficient for a rough comparison.
And NASA said: Let us create a swing arm, more beautiful and more glorious than all the others, with pipes, wires and cables, that it may feed the second stage and be well pleased by it.
as a little Easter surprise a sneak preview of the Saturn V model, a teaser so to speak.
... only three left. A new swing arm - Service Arm #5, commonly known as SII FWD - is now part of the neverending story.
So here is the somewhat late New Year update - 2016 was professionally a bit demanding and for me connected with the construction of a breast center at our clinic, which melted the available leisure time like a lukewarm aperitif the ice cubes.
Here is the latest creation - Service Arm #6, popularly called S-IVb AFT, because it connected to the anus of the third stage S-IVb
Once again time for a *uhm* - delayed - holiday update. And instead of many words once a picture
Yes, I still exist. And the LUT thrives slowly, but steadily. So after two swing arms I felt like something else.
Second help, house style. Somehow it was time to put the project on a solid foundation.
The 45th anniversary of the moon landing pulled me to Rhino again, and at the request of a LUT hobbyist I took the S-IVb Forward Service Arm - the swing arm #7 - into my sights
.... whereby I will also partly use the laser cut parts to test their processibility
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