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Mini-Airfix AFV diorama competition, Singapore June 2021

<p>Most modellers are familiar with the extensive Airfix 1:76 AFV range, but not many are aware and tried the Airfix 1:35 AFV range (which many differentiate with the 1:32 range). This event was announced earlier at the start of this year, but many modellers only started the build in the last 2 months. As diorama are one of the more difficult display to build, with train layout being the most complex, we kept an open mind on what to expect. We always knew that there was quite a strong following in AFVs.</p>

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Phabulous Phantom COVID-19 Build - Singapore 2021

After our successful Airfix 48 hours 48th Mustang build last year which received a lot of interest and entries, and the continued COVID-19 situation which continues to restrict people’s movements and kept many at home, we created the Phabulous Phantom COVID-19 build event from 8th - 21st May 2021.

The idea belongs to Henry Low who decided that with the more difficult Airfix 1:72 McDonnell Phantom, more time was needed and used the Singapore timing of Stay Home Notice (SHN) as the time given. FYI - the SHN is equivalent to 2 weeks quarantine. And one of our participants, Kevin Khoo, on quarantine at a Singapore government designated service apartment for 3 weeks (Singapore government extended the SHN of people from certain countries from 2 to 3 weeks).

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Singapore National Airfix Aeronautical Model Engineering Competition 2019

<p>This year's competition once again attracted entrants from a wide range of age groups and included a "make and take" session to introduce modelling students to Swann-Morton knives. Professor Faishal the Senior Parliamentary Secretary from the Ministry of Education was this years guest of honour and each of the 42 winners received a Swann-Morton Knife as part of their prize.</p>

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"Another Knife I Like" - Review by Paul Sellers

Paul Sellers, a woodworker who has over 340,000 followers on YouTube and over 40 million views of his videos where he shares his woodworking experience, has published a great review on his blog on our SMOO and SMO-R handles. It is still attracting comments over 3 years later!

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