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After my success with the v2 Phoenix I decided to try a very small scale dragon. I would be hard pressed to go much smaller. This was my first try using rubber pnumatic tubbing to string the pieces together. I only had one size and it was really hard to string through the cones. Any recomendations on tubing size for these types of models for future work?



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  July 10, 2011
Very cool. My youngest thinks it looks like a dragon fly :). I bet you could make a really cool dragon fly with your techniques. How did you squeeze those cones onto pneumatic tubing?? Did you use the soft rubber tubes or the stiff structural tubes? Either way great work as usual. I am working on a transformer at the moment I hope to post it next weekend.
 
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