gundam

gundam Beginning with in 1993 a unified set of polycap joints was created for smaller scale models that allowed easy mass production of models that all shared the same basic skeletal frame This standardization allowed Bandai to release more models over a shorter period As a result the Gundamparts without using a hobby knife Some sprues have been designed to snap together for easy and quick removal of assembled parts Also in the same year Bgundamandai introduced the 1:144 Real Grade (RG) line which takes design elements from the MG line such as an inner skeletal frame Both Mega Sizeetailing to truly “finish” the kit The most famous line is the BB Senshi (or “SD GUNDAM BB Warriors” in English) There are also separate product lines: for instance and Ganso SD Gundam (discontinued in the 1990s) Most kits of this line are from the series and the series1:144 scale[]The very first kits have been running for 30 years (starting with ) and are routinely re-released by Bandai As these kits are limited in articugundamlation and require glue (for the early kits) and painam were released featuring more details and gimmicks than their smaller counterpartsBandai has also created a much more detailed series of fisplay abilities The collectible figures use PVC (with some ABS plastic) for construction materials and a recently introduced expansion to the line use metal in the skeleton of the figure Gundam FIX figures are designed to be true to Hajime Katoki’s vision and as such often adopt design elubber is now being used sparsgundamely often to be used for the hands to allow ease of swapping weapons or spare hands without breaking or warping the joint socket Aside from price there are very few toys in the line-up with some costing between $70–$150 or more (essentially the price of a PG [Perfect Ggundamrade] or large MG [Master Grade])Bandai also created s0003753Points Acquired:30pointsManufacturer:BandaiReleagundamse Date:Dec 1984Scale:1/100Regular Price:1400 yenSeries:1/100 MSVSales Price:1190 yenItem code:0001365Points Acqhttp://p-bandai.hk/chara/c0001e modelsThough the name of “Master Grade” is wide-known because of Gundam but iroactively been categorized as No Grade (NG) to differentiate them from First Grade (FG)During the mid- to late-1980s the quality of improved and High Grade (gundamHG) leased Ecopla a series of HGUC and SD kits molded in black and made entirely out of recycled spruesIn 2011 Bandai released the Entry Grade (EG) line a low-cost model series similar to the 1:144 NG and FG lines and isgundamsold only in parts of Asia Unlike other kits of the same scale all EG kits are made in China The series was discontinued after its first run Back in Japan Bandai inh in 1993 a unified set of polycap joints was created for smaller scale models that allowed easy mass production of models that all shared the same basic skeletal frame This standardization allowed Bandai to release more models over a shorter period As a result the Gundam shows of the 1990s usually received sizable 1:144 model lines These were all of similarhttp://p-bandai.hk/chara/c0001

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