A Micro Museum Series

There is something you can immerse yourself in

A series of 1/48 and 1/72 scale structural models. You can enjoy the details unique to the large model. For those who want to thoroughly enjoy the famous aircraft that remains in the history of aviation.

[A008] 1/48 GeeBee Racer Delmars Replica
15,000JPY +  Shipping Cost

 

[ Model outline ]
Metal assembly kit. A utility knife and tweezers are required separately. It is a display model. The propeller rotates, but it does not fly. Basically, no adhesive is used. Instant adhesive is recommended where you want to reinforce. Completion size: Wingspan 160mm. 1/48 scale of the real thing. A clear body made of PET resin is attached. It also protects the internal structure. The aircraft mark is made of adhesive sticker.

 

[A001] 1/48 Fokker Dr.1
7,700JPY + Shipping Cost

 

[ Model outline ]
First edition in 1996. Aerobase first product. The process of completing a precision model without using special tools is called "metal origami." Bend the brass etched parts and assemble them three-dimensionally by fitting. Fit the wing ribs one by one and fix them with the claws on the back side. Please enjoy the volume of the triplane. When designing the model, I covered the actual product exhibited at the Deutsches Museum in Munich.

[A002] 1/72 Spirit of St. Louis

8,500JPY + Shipping Cost

 

[ Model outline ]

First edition in 1996. This is the second aero-based work. A001 A puzzle-like assembly that further develops the "metal origami" cultivated in Fokker Dr.1. Bend the brass etched parts and fit them in. A three-dimensional main wing is completed by simply twisting the wing rib connected to the excitement 90 degrees. Enjoy the feeling of brass that is lightly bent and finished firmly. I covered the real thing exhibited at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC for five days, and I was so enthusiastic that I was surrounded by security guards.

[A002M] Decal set for Spirit of St. Louis

500JPY + Shipping Cost

 

[ Model outline ]
Spirit of St. Louis decal set. It can be used for AEROBASE part numbers A002 (large), B002, B102 (both small). First, soak the mount in water for a few seconds and place it in the desired position. Lightly hold the decal with your finger and pull out the mount with tweezers. If you use a cotton swab or tissue paper to absorb excess water, it will stick together. There are 2 sets each of large and small, so even if you have all 3 machines, this set is OK.

 

 

[A003] 1/72 The Flyer
7,700JPY + Shipping Cost

 

[ Model outline ]
First edition in 1997. The third aero-based work. Bend the brass etched parts and fit them in. Like the A001 Fokker Dr.1, the upper and lower two main wings are of the type in which wing ribs are attached one by one. With the attached thread, you can enjoy the process of tensioning. The Flyer was on display at the Science Museum in London, England, but was returned to the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC in 1948 for restoration and measurement. The Smithsonian provided a large amount of actual machine drawings that seemed to have been drawn at that time, and I was able to design this model.

 

 

[A005] 1/48 Lilienthal Standard machine 1894
4,200JPY + Shipping Cost

 

[ Model outline ]
Assembly kit for copper etched parts. A utility knife, tweezers, and instant adhesive are required separately. With a palm-sized display model, the fuselage is very easy to assemble. Please work carefully on the tension wire and wing paper pasting. Includes pilot figure. Completed size: Wingspan 135mm. 1/48 scale of the real thing.

 

[A006] 1/48 TAMAMUSHIGATA(Jewel beetle type) aviator
5,000JPY + Shipping Cost

 

[ Model outline ]
Metal assembly kit. A utility knife and tweezers are required separately. It is a display model. The propeller rotates, but it does not fly. Basically, no adhesive is used. Instant adhesive is recommended where you want to reinforce. Size when completed: Overall length 115 mm, overall width 195 mm, overall height 75 mm. 1/48 scale of the real thing. When designing the model, we measured the actual product displayed at Hiko Shrine (Yawata City, Kyoto).

 

[A007] 1/48 MONBUSHOUSIKI TYPE1 Elementary gliderPrimary glider)

6,000JPY + Shipping Cost

 

[ Model outline ]
Metal assembly kit. A utility knife and tweezers are required separately. It is a display model. I won't fly. Basically, no adhesive is used. Instant adhesive is recommended for tension wires. Completed size: Wingspan 217mm. 1/48 scale of the real thing.

 

 

 The target age of our products is over 15 years old. When making a child, be sure to have a guardian, be careful not to wear sharp parts, do not wear a bag containing parts, and handle and store tools. The materials of our products are mainly brass, copper, stainless steel, white metal, magnets and cypress. Please be careful if you have allergies.

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