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sheer light filtering shades
    light filtering
  • Refers to a shade that allows light to filter through the window shade yet offers visual privacy.
    shades
  • (shade) shadow: cast a shadow over
  • Screen from direct light
  • sunglasses: spectacles that are darkened or polarized to protect the eyes from the glare of the sun; "he was wearing a pair of mirrored shades"
  • (shade) relative darkness caused by light rays being intercepted by an opaque body; "it is much cooler in the shade"; "there's too much shadiness to take good photographs"
  • Cover, moderate, or exclude the light of
  • Darken or color (an illustration or diagram) with parallel pencil lines or a block of color
    sheer
  • absolute: complete and without restriction or qualification; sometimes used informally as intensifiers; "absolute freedom"; "an absolute dimwit"; "a downright lie"; "out-and-out mayhem"; "an out-and-out lie"; "a rank outsider"; "many right-down vices"; "got the job through sheer persistence"; "
  • swerve: turn sharply; change direction abruptly; "The car cut to the left at the intersection"; "The motorbike veered to the right"
  • Perpendicularly
  • straight up or down without a break
  • Completely; right
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Select Blinds 2" Sheer Light Filtering Shades 72x60
Select Blinds 2" Sheer Light Filtering Shades 72x60
Blinds sheer blinds Sheer Shadings are truly a breakthrough in style, efficiency, and function. The elegant style combines the efficiency of a shade and the light control of a blind. The horizontal vanes float between two layers of soft, knitted fabric sheers for a soft look. The 2" light filtering vanes will block 99% of UV rays when in the closed position. These horizontal sheer shadings are available in 19 designer colors to flatter any room's decor. As with all of our products, the 2" sheer shadings come with a limited life time warranty. Blind size of 72 x 60. Cappuccino,Coconut,White Gardenia,A la mode,Almond,Arctic Ice,Black,Cocoa Bean,Fresh Breeze,Goldenrod

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1:24 Dorvack – PA-46 "Nettai" with CW-27H 'Gatling Smash' and HR-670 'Wrist Racate' (kit conversion)
1:24 Dorvack – PA-46 "Nettai" with CW-27H 'Gatling Smash' and HR-670 'Wrist Racate' (kit conversion)
In 1997, the PA-46 was developed from the very successful PA-36 'Nove' as a special climate condition version - namely for the use in desert regions. Tests and tactical reports from Africa had shown that Earth Defence Forces were in dire need for a more climate-resilient powered armour than the standard PA-36s and PA-58s, which suffered heavily under dust and extremely high temperatures. Field modifications and enhancement packages were hastily developed, but these proved to be unsuitable for the battlefield. The biggest problem was overheating and fine dust getting anywhere, especially into the engines and the joints of the legs. As a consequence, the PA-46 was to be a complete package for tropic and subtropical climate and harsh conditions like low air pressure in great heights. While being based on the PA-36 hull, the 'Nettai' became an independent PA development and finally received its own designation, PA-46. As a PA-36 evolution, Its bulky hull offered enough space for additional installations like a heavy duty heat exchanger, various dust filters, a dust-repelling system based on compressed air (ducted from enhanced and dust-proof engines), an enhanced sensor package and an improved climate control for the pilot. Basically, the duty profile of the PA-36 was to be kept, which included the PA's ability to make a jet-assisted jump of at least 820m at 85 km/h and keep a ground running speed of 28km/h. In order to keep up with this profile and the additional systems running in the background, more powerful engines had to be installed, raising the power output from 34ps to 42ps. As a side effect, dry weight rose dramatically so that the PA-46's suspension had to be augmented, too. All in all, the PA-46's weight even outclassed the beefed-up PA-36K 'Berlon', but the PA-46 was ordered into production since no short-term alternative was in sight for troop introduction in 1999, where this special profile PA was desperately needed. Around 140 specimen of the PA-46 were built and mainly used on the African continent and in Middle East Asia. While the original PA-46 was not delivered with internal weapons, it was compatible with the full weapon range of the PA-36, what made the PA-46 very versatile. Weapon field packs like the simple HR-670 'Wrist Racate' (a set of six single 70mm 'Thunder Crush' artillery missile launchers) were other frequent additions, as well as modified and sometimes improvised communication systems. Despite its sheer weight and bulk which limited its use, the PA-46 became a reliable weapon in the Northern and Middle African conflict theatre against Idelian forces and saw frequent use until 2013, when it was retired or used to retrofit PA-36 units with spare parts. Another major conversion of an Aoshima kit, this time the inspiration came through the simple question what a special desert use PA would look like, and which modifications it would need and show, esp. from a rather realistic point of view? The basis for this conversion was a PA-36K kit, but so many donations went into this one that it is rather a scratch-built kit than a mere conversion. Special parts and modification sinclude: ·The bigger/square feet come from the Berlon kit ·New knee guards (made from Cornerstone Modulars HO scale chimney parts and 2C putty) ·The visor unit comes from a PA-58 ·A modified/enlarged left shoulder, sculpted with 2C putty, containing the assumed heat exchanger ·A pressurized air tank at the right flank (from the Berlon kit) with tubes around the hull ·The right lower arm is standard but fitted with six missile launchers and wiring, ·The left lower arm once was an R2 laser but was modified to hold a gatling gun (from a PA-58 conversion kit) with an ammo box ·The air filters are (modified) anchor bolts ·Many small details like hard points, hooks and covers were added from the scrap box ·All joints on arms and legs received protective and flexible covers made from nylon stockings The flexible dust covers made the kit's assemby complicated: instead of building torso, arms and legs as separate pieces as usual and putting them together when separately finished, I had to put all the major parts together before painting, because the flexible nylon material is hard to fix and needs some room in order to keep arms end legs moveable. I cut out some roughly matching strips of the nylon stocking material and attached them with super glue. A bit messy, but effective and at the 1:24 scale a convincing result. The camouflage was inspired by the Egyptian Air Force, a pattern used on Tu-16 "Badger" bombers and MiG fighters - a three-colored paint scheme made of stripes in light sand, grey-green and a pale dark brown, with the green always separating the sand from the brown. An attractive and effective pattern for desert surroundings and for rural areas in this climate zone. The basic colours are Pale Stone (Humbrol 121, FS 33531), Light Green (Humbrol 120, FS 34227) and Chocolate (Humb
1:24 Dorvack – PA-46 "Nettai" with CW-27H 'Gatling Smash' and HR-670 'Wrist Racate' (kit conversion) - Detail/on black
1:24 Dorvack – PA-46 "Nettai" with CW-27H 'Gatling Smash' and HR-670 'Wrist Racate' (kit conversion) - Detail/on black
In 1997, the PA-46 was developed from the very successful PA-36 'Nove' as a special climate condition version - namely for the use in desert regions. Tests and tactical reports from Africa had shown that Earth Defence Forces were in dire need for a more climate-resilient powered armour than the standard PA-36s and PA-58s, which suffered heavily under dust and extremely high temperatures. Field modifications and enhancement packages were hastily developed, but these proved to be unsuitable for the battlefield. The biggest problem was overheating and fine dust getting anywhere, especially into the engines and the joints of the legs. As a consequence, the PA-46 was to be a complete package for tropic and subtropical climate and harsh conditions like low air pressure in great heights. While being based on the PA-36 hull, the 'Nettai' became an independent PA development and finally received its own designation, PA-46. As a PA-36 evolution, Its bulky hull offered enough space for additional installations like a heavy duty heat exchanger, various dust filters, a dust-repelling system based on compressed air (ducted from enhanced and dust-proof engines), an enhanced sensor package and an improved climate control for the pilot. Basically, the duty profile of the PA-36 was to be kept, which included the PA's ability to make a jet-assisted jump of at least 820m at 85 km/h and keep a ground running speed of 28km/h. In order to keep up with this profile and the additional systems running in the background, more powerful engines had to be installed, raising the power output from 34ps to 42ps. As a side effect, dry weight rose dramatically so that the PA-46's suspension had to be augmented, too. All in all, the PA-46's weight even outclassed the beefed-up PA-36K 'Berlon', but the PA-46 was ordered into production since no short-term alternative was in sight for troop introduction in 1999, where this special profile PA was desperately needed. Around 140 specimen of the PA-46 were built and mainly used on the African continent and in Middle East Asia. While the original PA-46 was not delivered with internal weapons, it was compatible with the full weapon range of the PA-36, what made the PA-46 very versatile. Weapon field packs like the simple HR-670 'Wrist Racate' (a set of six single 70mm 'Thunder Crush' artillery missile launchers) were other frequent additions, as well as modified and sometimes improvised communication systems. Despite its sheer weight and bulk which limited its use, the PA-46 became a reliable weapon in the Northern and Middle African conflict theatre against Idelian forces and saw frequent use until 2013, when it was retired or used to retrofit PA-36 units with spare parts. Another major conversion of an Aoshima kit, this time the inspiration came through the simple question what a special desert use PA would look like, and which modifications it would need and show, esp. from a rather realistic point of view? The basis for this conversion was a PA-36K kit, but so many donations went into this one that it is rather a scratch-built kit than a mere conversion. Special parts and modification sinclude: The bigger/square feet come from the Berlon kit New knee guards (made from Cornerstone Modulars HO scale chimney parts and 2C putty) The visor unit comes from a PA-58 A modified/enlarged left shoulder, sculpted with 2C putty, containing the assumed heat exchanger A pressurized air tank at the right flank (from the Berlon kit) with tubes around the hull The right lower arm is standard but fitted with six missile launchers and wiring, The left lower arm once was an R2 laser but was modified to hold a gatling gun (from a PA-58 conversion kit) with an ammo box The air filters are (modified) anchor bolts Many small details like hard points, hooks and covers were added from the scrap box All joints on arms and legs received protective and flexible covers made from nylon stockings The flexible dust covers made the kit's assemby complicated: instead of building torso, arms and legs as separate pieces as usual and putting them together when separately finished, I had to put all the major parts together before painting, because the flexible nylon material is hard to fix and needs some room in order to keep arms end legs moveable. I cut out some roughly matching strips of the nylon stocking material and attached them with super glue. A bit messy, but effective and at the 1:24 scale a convincing result. The camouflage was inspired by the Egyptian Air Force, a pattern unsed on Tu-16 "Badger" bombers and MiG fighters - a three-colored paint scheme made of stripes in light sand, grey-green and a pale dark brown, with the green always separating the sand from the brown. An attractive and effective pattern for desert surroundings and for rural areas in this climate zone. The basic colours are Pale Stone (Humbrol 121, FS 33531), Light Green (Humbrol 120, FS 34227) and Chocolate (Humbrol 98, m

sheer light filtering shades
sheer light filtering shades
Select Blinds 3" Sheer Light Filtering Shades 24x36
Blinds sheer blinds 3" Sheer Light Filtering Shades combine the light control of a horizontal blind with the beauty of a fabric shade. The 3" vanes allow for a more unobstructed view to the outside. Our collection of 3" Sheer Light Filtering Shades are custom crafted from knitted polyester for a delicate look and feel, and are available in 10 designer colors. Additionally, each shade is evenly weighted at the bottom for a perfect fabric drop. When raised, the fabric vanes will be concealed by the white headrail with fabric coordinated insert. As with all of our products, the 3" Sheer Light Filtering Shades come with a lifetime warranty. Blind size of 24 x 36. Honeysuckle,A la mode,Arctic Ice,Black,Cocoa Bean,Fresh Breeze,Goldenrod,Mocha,Pearl,Sage

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