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MortenNo 03-15-2021 01:58 PM

Norwegian Air Force Scania P470CB 4x4
 
This project is from Rygge airport. this airport is under the Norwegian Air Force. the project is intended as 1/14 RC. the airport fire truck has a rescue platform.

Scania P470CB 4x4
year delivered 2008
water tank 4200 liters
foam tank 400 liters
Powder tank 250 kg

have not quite clear to me with the work of this project. is exactly in the start phase. more info to come

http://www.modell-utrykning.com/site...9171_T_9.1.jpg

egronvold 03-17-2021 08:56 AM

Re: Norwegian Air Force Scania P470CB 4x4
 
Two RNoAF firetrucks on the forum :D

Tgrzes 03-17-2021 04:05 PM

Re: Norwegian Air Force Scania P470CB 4x4
 
Nice! Looking forward to another fire apparatus build!

MortenNo 03-17-2021 06:13 PM

Re: Norwegian Air Force Scania P470CB 4x4
 
This is the second one I plan to build an RC ac ,. also this is stationed at Rygge

http://www.modell-utrykning.com/site...mages/M6_3.JPG

MortenNo 03-17-2021 06:24 PM

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It wil be to more of RNoAF firetrucks. Ward Le frans O-10/11 and Magirus Deutz FLF 24 B-5 150D 10.

MortenNo 03-17-2021 06:27 PM

Re: Norwegian Air Force Scania P470CB 4x4
 
I go with some fire truck projects in mind. but first I have to land some of them.

and i have this site i am working whit.

http://www.modell-utrykning.com/

Wombii 03-17-2021 08:37 PM

Re: Norwegian Air Force Scania P470CB 4x4
 
Good to see you aren't afraid of starting big projects. M6 3 is actually the one mine is based on. It helped fight a huge warehouse fire in my home town. Do you know if it's still at Rygge? I read a few years ago they were planning to move it somewhere else for training/education or something.

If you want to save a lot of work, you may want to consider doing one of the trucks without a crew cab. There is an air force painted 4x4 with a standard P-cab stationed at Jan Mayen. Avinor has a lot of P-cab 4x4 and 6x6. There are a couple of really nice 6x6 with rescue platform in Avinor colors with single P-cab in the new fire station at Bodø airport.

MortenNo 03-19-2021 02:22 AM

Re: Norwegian Air Force Scania P470CB 4x4
 
Then I have set up a project page on the website I run. here I will try to update how the project is going.

http://www.modell-utrykning.com/Pros...nia_P470CB_4_4

MortenNo 03-19-2021 06:00 PM

Re: Norwegian Air Force Scania P470CB 4x4
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Wombii (Post 170424)
Good to see you aren't afraid of starting big projects. M6 3 is actually the one mine is based on. It helped fight a huge warehouse fire in my home town. Do you know if it's still at Rygge? I read a few years ago they were planning to move it somewhere else for training/education or something.

If you want to save a lot of work, you may want to consider doing one of the trucks without a crew cab. There is an air force painted 4x4 with a standard P-cab stationed at Jan Mayen. Avinor has a lot of P-cab 4x4 and 6x6. There are a couple of really nice 6x6 with rescue platform in Avinor colors with single P-cab in the new fire station at Bodø airport.

A little hint, I have come across files for Crew cab CP 28. I am in the process of testing printing it. if it is okay, there will be more Norwegian fire trucks with CP 28

MortenNo 03-23-2021 06:42 AM

Re: Norwegian Air Force Scania P470CB 4x4
 
Her is the first 3d print part of Scania crew cab CP 28. could imagine that it got better. but I have wrongly calculated the cabin. but will look over it to I hope it will be good in the end

http://www.modell-utrykning.com/site...%20cp%2028.jpg

MortenNo 06-21-2021 03:17 PM

Re: Norwegian Air Force Scania P470CB 4x4
 
With good help from Egenes Brannteknikk AS I can start with the first which is a RIV 4600/200 of Scania P470VB 4x4. but I do not get to show drawings due to an agreement. I hope to have the car ready in a few months

egronvold 06-22-2021 06:08 PM

Re: Norwegian Air Force Scania P470CB 4x4
 
Will be interesting to see the end result!

MortenNo 07-04-2021 05:37 AM

Re: Norwegian Air Force Scania P470CB 4x4
 
Then the chassis is mounted to see how it turned out. the motor is not attached to the frame. the servo of the steering is not inserted and the small servo of the shafts.


http://www.modell-utrykning.com/site...hassi_2021.jpg

MortenNo 11-08-2021 04:13 PM

Re: Norwegian Air Force Scania P470CB 4x4
 
it's been a while since I updated my project. here's what it looks like. the body is printed in pla and plastered. these are the first two modules and top to module 1. looks like i will launch the last module for print soon.


http://www.modell-utrykning.com/site...nbil/work1.jpg

MortenNo 04-20-2022 06:16 AM

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New start of this truck.

https://www.modell-utrykning.com/sit...work_frame.jpg

jerry56 04-21-2022 03:07 PM

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new Start..??? what happened...

frizzen 04-21-2022 05:04 PM

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Glad to see this one making a comeback.

ARFF trucks are really cool

MortenNo 04-27-2022 03:53 PM

Re: Norwegian Air Force Scania P470CB 4x4
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by jerry56 (Post 172097)
new Start..??? what happened...

first was that I had incorrectly calculated the length of the frame. second was that the position of the shaft was also incorrect. had to do the fire truck body

MortenNo 04-27-2022 03:57 PM

Re: Norwegian Air Force Scania P470CB 4x4
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by frizzen (Post 172098)
Glad to see this one making a comeback.

ARFF trucks are really cool


her is my home site whit Norwegian emergency vehicles. also ARFF trucks.

http://www.modell-utrykning.com/

MortenNo 06-11-2022 03:43 AM

Re: Norwegian Air Force Scania P470CB 4x4
 
Her is fire truck. I'm working on the modules and trying to figure out what I do with the crew cab CP28. now there is a R620 scania cabin on it. has also received controller cards for sound and light of the type Rc engine sound ESP32.


https://www.modell-utrykning.com/sit...crew%20cab.jpg


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