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Manufacturer of fine Helicopter and Drones as well as quadcopters. Main Brand T-Rex
Aquacraft is a builder or high performace speed Boats and Sail boats. We offer the complete line of Aquacraft in a very competitive price.
The model ship kits made by Artesania Latina are produced in Barcelona, Spain, and are respected by hobbyists worldwide as among the most detailed and historically accurate ship kits. Artesania Latina ships are created from the exact plans of the real historical ships, and employ wood from real wood planks. The result is a collection of the ultimate wooden ship kits for the amateur modeler. Modelers used to building miniature planes and cars from plastic materials will be impressed by the high-quality materials used for Artesania Latina ships. Ship parts are created from such substantive and beautiful woods as walnut, beech, mahogany, and others. Laser-cut ornamentation, fittings, and ship lines add to the realistic feel of the completed ships. Artesania Latina ships cover nearly every historical time period and type of ship. You can find accurate Viking ships, English whaling boats, Mississippi steam ships, American colonial ships, and much more. In addition, you can recreate famous historical ships, such as the H. M. S. Endeavour, the H. M. S. Bounty, the U. S. Constellation, and more. Anyone interested in history, engineering, or seamanship will enjoy these historically accurate Artesania Latina ships. All you need to produce your own scale-model historical ship is an Artesania Latina ship kit and a few accessories, such as basic modeling tools, glue, and paint. Artesania Latina ships are recommended for ages 10 years and older, as they require a significant attention to detail to construct. For those new to model-building, Artesania Latina offers a small line of easy ship kits. These exclusive models are the best of their kind and might take up to 400 hours to finish them as they are made from exact plans and replicas of the real ships, using wood that is cut from wood planks and molded to perfection. Models available for all types of modelers, recommended starting at 10 years old and up. Artesania Latina model ship kits are known world wide to produce high quality historic scale model ship kits. Their kits contain everything you need to build the kit except tools, glue and paint. High quality woods such as Walnut, Beech, Mahogany, Tanganyka, and more are used . All the ornamentation, fittings, and rigging line are standard items in every kit. Many parts are laser cut to save you time and effort. A full set of plans and instructions are included in every kit, in addition many kits include a color pictorial to assist in assembly. Artesania Latina, the first of the European manufacturers to produce easy-to-build, generously-sized models, can be credited for popularizing ship model building world-wide. Artesania Latina kits contain large, easy-to-follow plans and simplified pictorial instructions that illustrate every phase of construction.
Artesania Latina kits represent a good value, and assure an impressive display model almost anyone can complete...
Bachmann Trains is now known for its extensive and award-winning line of model railroading products, but the company started in 1833 as a producer of handcrafted ivory accessories, beginning a 175-year commitment to quality that continues to this day.
Faller is one of the two largest German Manufacturer of buildings and structures for your layout or diorama. (The other is VOLLMER)
Faller (Gebr. FALLER) is a German toy company founded in Stuttgart in 1946 by brothers Edwin and Hermann Faller. The company later relocated to the brothers' home town of Gütenbach in the Black Forest.
Faller now specializes in making scenery, plastic model kits and other accessories for model railroads but has manufactured a range of toys during its history, such as model aeroplane kits, the AMS slot car racing sets and die-cast model cars.
Their modern product line includes railway structures, houses and commercial buildings, bridges, amusement rides and terrain accessories in H0, N, TT and Z scales, as well as the Car System.
Since 1997 Faller also owns the Pola brand, which is now solely devoted to G scale structures.
Faller's older toys and models can be highly collectible today, together with their early product catalogues
Hobbico is a stable, financially strong company that has grown tremendously in sales as well as profitability. We were founded on the concept that the customer is #1. Our goal is to provide the customer with the best possible products, at the best possible price while providing them the best possible customer service. To accomplish this task, we strive to maintain a highly qualified workforce. That's why we do everything in our power to ensure that we have a satisfied workforce.
Kibri a Viessmann Company is one of the 3 best Manufacturers of Plastic Kits of buildings and structures for your Model Railroad Layout.
The company was created 1895 in under the name at that time Kindler and Briel and manufactured originally only metal toy. Other materials usually came from suppliers. Numerous play goods, primarily made of sheet metal, were produced among other things for pupating tubes and buyer shops as well as accessories for model railways.
With collecting tanks particularly estimated are relatively simple out of sheet metal designed, but by skillful figuration and color choice the very effective stations, signal towers, railroad overpasses and other for the model courses of the traces 1, 0 and 00 of the years 1930 to 1940 and 1949 to 1955.
After the Second World War metalworking was replaced slowly by the plastic injection moulding technology. Kibri became beside Faller one of the most important manufacturers of model course accessories.
1973 were stopped production by an arson attack on the factory, but 1975 were established to new building. The moreover one a production location in tuft hole in the Black Forest exists. Unfortunately also the Kibri Firmenarchiv was destroyed with the major fire of the parent plant. To that extent one is today dependent on old catalogs and collections, in order to after-draw the history of the company Kibri.
The top brand in the RC world today, KYOSHO is credited with producing the first RC car in Japan. Now in its 40th year, now is an appropriate time to chronicle the fascinating untold story of the "DASH 1" creation in this first part of a series on the history of Kyosho.
1971: The Kyosho DASH 1 is presented at an Aircraft Pageant at Harumi International Trade Center sponsored by Mitsuboshi Shoten. From the left: Mr. Hisashi Suzuki (Founding president of Kyosho), Mr. Harukuni Takahashi (Toyota - TMSC), Mr. Tachio Yonemura (Isuzu) and Mr. Yasushi Toshimori (Nissan Omori). Three professional racing drivers were invited to run the DASH 1.
What was the first Japanese RC car ever produced? It is now 40 years since Kyosho started business and it was in 1970 that Kyosho started selling the DASH 1. Lets take a look back in time to see the birth of the DASH 1, generally agreed by the industry to be the first RC car made in Japan.
Radio control (RC) spread through the model market from the about 1960, after the Tokyo Olympics. Still regarded as luxury items, most equipment and attention was focussed on model aircraft. Many people still dreamt if RC could be adapted to an engine powered car, but there were no manufacturers to develop this into reality.
There was one person took the action necessary to bring this dream to life. This was Kyosho's founder, Mr. Hisashi Suzuki (then President of Kyosho). According to Mr. Naohiko Otsuki (President of Automodel) the almost single-handed developer of the DASH 1, it was Mr. H. Suzuki who brought up the idea.
At that time, Mr. H. Suzuki was working in and out of the U.S. Army base in Tachikawa for the import and export of toys. Through the U.S. Army, he was able to acquire the latest engine powered models available. In 1969, conscription and the Vietnam war saw many soldiers in Japan with strong interests in RC models.
Now, as seen in the photograph, the four bare-chassis were sophisticated non-RC midget cars, and could not be considered as originally designed as RC cars. When Mr. H. Suzuki showed these four models to Mr. Otsuki with the proclamation "look what's out there now", it was the very beginning of something special.
When Lionel founder Joshua Lionel Cowen's immigrant family arrived in New York after the Civil War, the railroads were literally America's engines of progress. The "Golden Spike" meeting of the Union Pacific and Central Pacific lines in 1869 unified the continent and signaled the birth of a world power. Cowen was born in 1877, just before Edison's first electric light. He grew up with real trains, amid dizzying change. Around the time he founded Lionel in 1900, passenger lines like the peerless Twentieth Century Limited symbolized American technology and sophistication.
Cowen was already a successful inventor when he created his first toy train. But The Electric Express and its offspring soon became a sacred mission, and Cowen would spend a lifetime stoking America's imagination with the romance of the rails. He told boys that Lionels would prepare them for adulthood. Soon Dads too were encouraged to join Youngsters in model train enthusiasm, to future father-son bonding. With growing prosperity, Lionel's layouts cropped up in more living rooms, especially at Christmas. Before mid-century, railroads were our economic lifeblood, as well as cultural icons -- but it was not to last.
And when Americans started driving to suburbia and flying cross-country, they stopped buying Lionel trains. By the 1960s, freight lines were being scrapped, and fathers and sons were on opposite sides of the "generation gap." That decade saw the tragic demise of New York's Pennsylvania Station, the retirement of The Twentieth Century Limited, and the passing of Joshua Lionel Cowen.
But now the Lionel dream is back and better than ever. As Lionel looks to the future, it strives to ignite the imaginations and hearts of today’s children and adults through continued success with branded and licensed products, an increased presence in the digital space and recapturing its rightful place “under the tree.” Through partnerships with evergreen brands such as NASCAR, Warner Bros., Crayola, Coca-Cola, John Deere and many others, Lionel has lined itself up for guaranteed success for many years to come. With innovative products such as the LCS®, iCab, Battle Trains®, Lionel Tracks and a revamped, more user-friendly Lionel.com, the 115-year-old company has made sure it stays on the cutting-edge of technology. The Lionel name has always been synonymous with Christmas and a train set under every Christmas tree, and now more than ever the company’s ensuring that they are a major player in any holiday plans. For Lionel, the future is indeed bright.
Marklin, also known as Maerklin (Märklin) by German speaking people, is the oldest Manufacturer of Model Electric Trains in the World. On its product line, you will find a fine and large selection of electric trains, Locomotives and rolling stock in scales 1, Maxi, HO and Z gauge, the smallest in the world and with Digital accessories for all their products. Marklin also owns Trix and Minitrix, leaders in HO and N gauge respectively. Trix HO items can be used on any DC 2 rail layouts and can be mixed without problems with Brands such as Fleischmann, Brawa or Hag. Most of the Marklin AC HO items also are available under Trix (see our pages for Trix). Many of Marklin items become collectable items and we invite you to look at the special section we have for Collectables under Marklin Trains. Your model railroad is not complete if you do not have one of these magnificent items. Marklin trains is the largest European model Trains manufacturer in HO, 1 and Z gauges. Find here the complete Marklin (Maerklin) collection. A very large selection of products can be found in our web site, so please navigate to the links below. If you do not find what you are looking for, please do not hesitate to e-mail us with your needs. We will do our best efforts to find what you need with our large list of related Marklin Dealers in Europe.
Minitrix is a Marklin owned Company dedicated to manufacture the finest N gauge model trains in World. With over 70 years of experience, Minitrix has produced jewels not only under the Brand Trix or Minitrix but under Marklin and other well known Manufacturer's boxes in Germany. Some of the best well know products were the King Ludwig, the Wilhelm II set and the Adler set; all now very expensive collectors items that can be found either under the Marklin or Trix box. The detail and craftsmanship of these models can not be found in any other model of trains in the World. The people who works on these models are not just "workers" but "Artists". Selectrix is the Digital system proprietary of Trix Minitrix and now fully compatible with the DCC systems. Many of the locomotives of Minitrix are already equipped with digital decoders or are digital ready (plug and play) easily programmable under Selectrix or DCC formats. Micro Macro Mundo Inc. is proud to present this exquisite models in our product line. Micro Macro Mundo Inc. was the first Direct Importer for the American Market of Trix and Minitrix products from the Original Trix/Schuco Company now Marklin GmbH. and we will continue to carry these incredible models .!
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The enterprise was created 1957 by refuge Pollak. The company headquarters became later located at Rothhausen/Franken shifts. That 49-years firm founder had an accident at that time with an aircraft crash at the 16.April 1985 Cell at the Ebersberg deadly crash. Subsequently, petrol Andreas Schrüfer made of Munich took over the company (now: Pola play and leisure article GmbH). The kit program went at 1 gauge. In February 1997 was sold to the company Brothers Faller GmbH, which took over however only the trademark laws and production plants, not properties, buildings and workers. 30 orkers were given up to dismiss at the location Rothhausen.
Since, Pola has based its production only in G gauge and some 1 Gauge.
Trix is a Marklin owned Company dedicated to manufacture the finest HO gauge model trains in World. With over 70 years of experience, Trix has produced jewels not only under the Brand Trix or Minitrix but under Marklin and other well known Manufacturer's boxes in Germany. Some of the best well know products were the King Ludwig, the Wilhelm II set and the Adler set; all now very expensive collectors items that can be found either under the Marklin or Trix box. The detail and craftsmanship of these models can not be found in any other model of trains in the World. The people who works on these models are not just "workers" but "Artists". Selectrix is the Digital system proprietary of Trix Minitrix and now fully compatible with the DCC systems. Many of the locomotives of Minitrix are already equipped with digital decoders or are digital ready (plug and play) easily programmable under Selectrix or DCC formats. Micro Macro Mundo Inc. is proud to present this exquisite models in our product line. Micro Macro Mundo Inc. was the first Direct Importer for the American Market of Trix and Minitrix products from the Original Trix/Schuco Company now Marklin GmbH. and we will continue to carry these incredible models.!
Vollmer model railway accessories are produced for more than six decades in Germany and distributed internationally. Lots of model railway fans worldwide are preferring Vollmer kits, because Vollmer is producing exclusive and true scale models in a high level quality.
Like a lot of medium-sized companies the history of the Vollmer Company is neatly tied to the founder, Wolfram Vollmer.
He was born 1924. After School, an apprenticeship, a study as an optician and the individual planning of a young man ï¿½ as so many others at that time - was interrupted by World War II.
As a soldier he was wounded and put into captivity. With his return back home, the Vollmer Company was founded with entrepreuneurial courage. The young enterprise produced just those things, which were needed the most at that time, e.g. metall collar buttons.
After the currency reform, everything changed, also the demand. Plasic collar buttons were requested and so the switch to plastic injection technology was the future orientation for Vollmer.
The Entrï¿½e into model railway accessory business was made in 1948. One year later, on the Nuremberg Toy Fair Vollmer introduces a patented catenary system for model toy trians, H0 gauge. Shortly after that, the first model houses were produced.
Additional to that, industrial goods production began. Until today Vollmer is manufacturing high precision parts for all kind of industries.
The number of aricles, of personnel and sales are growing, soon new buildings are necessary.
The guidelines for all these years products of highest quality customer orientation esteem of employees environmental protection are still valid until this very day.
Timeline 1946 The company was found 1949 Visit of the first Toy Fair in Nuremberg, presentation of the patented catenary 1954 Production of Model Railway Accessories - 13 articles 1956 first IBM EDP machine; the first company building was built 1973 enlargement and new buildings were built 1980-1988 Market introduction of Patrizierhouses, romantic series, with interior decoration and lighting included; big city houses as well as the Vollmer Black Forest Hospital. 1992 Introduction of CAD/CAM in the contruction and mould making departments 1995 Third price at the county contest for women and familiy oriented companies 2000 Qualitiy Management is officially introduced: first certification after VDA 6.1; Millenium 2002 Introduction of the Euro 2004 Reorganisation of office organisation and EDP-System 2005 Presentation of Pope Benedikt XVI Birth Place 2006 First time in the Vollmer Companyï¿½s history, the 60th Companyï¿½s anniversary is celebrated with two open factory days 2008 Vollmer offers about 1000 aricles for model railway The number of aricles, of personnel and sales are growing. Soon new buildings are necessary.
Today the Vollmer company is a modern and future oriented company, which produces at Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen about 1000 articles.