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Create your very own 777

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Hi!

If you're like me,eagerly waiting for the PMDG 777 I have a suggestion for you on how to kill some time: Create your own 777!

It's pretty impressive with its size, about 45 cm wingspan.

All you need is scissors, glue and a color printer. Oh, you need patience as well ^_^

Find the instructions and the sheets to print at Canon Papercraft http://cp.c-ij.com/en/contents/1006/

 

 

 

Good luck!

 

Regards

Stefan Hillblom

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You sir are a master at doing this. I'd get a flat piece of paper. :lol:

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Page bookmarked for a rainy day :wink:

 

How long does it take to build?

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Difficult to say. If you put some effort in to it you could finish it in 2-3 weeks. I've started on the Virgin A346 now. After a week I'm now starting to build the wings and engines. I work approximatly 2 hours, 4 times a week on it.

Perfect for a rainy day, a long haul flight or when bored at work :D

 

Wait....... Whaaaaat?

 

That's where patience comes into play. :P

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Some people surprise me with the amount of patience they have...

 

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That actually looks better than I thought it would! I came across this a while back, but now looking at it, I may give it a shot, along with the BA 747-400 :) Any recommendations on paper quality?

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That actually looks better than I thought it would! I came across this a while back, but now looking at it, I may give it a shot, along with the BA 747-400 :) Any recommendations on paper quality?

This 773-model I used standard copy paper, 80 gsm (grams per square meter). Currently I use 120 gsm, equivalent to 81-82 lb. A lot sturdier but still flexible paper. I would recommend 110-130 gsm

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Page bookmarked for a rainy day :wink:

 

How long does it take to build?

 

Probably longer than build a real 777-300ER

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