Sukhoi Su-24 Fencer file bundle.
You will receive the following formats archived in a file when you purchase this product:
- Adobe Ilustrator (.ai)
- Encapsulated Postscript (.eps)
- Portable Document Format (.pdf)
- Scalable Vector Graphics (.svg)
- AutoCAD (.dwg)
- Drawing Exchange Format (.dxf)
- CorelDraw (.cdr)
The bundle includes 4 views of the Sukhoi Su-24 Fencer: top, bottom, left and right
Scale of the drawing is 1/48
Sukhoi Su-24 Fencer is a Soviet made supersonic, tactical, all-weather bomber aircraft. It is a third generation swing-wing design, featuring two engines and two man crew. It was designed following the ideas implemented in General Dynamics’ F-111 Aardvark. The first flight of Su-24 prototype was made in 1967 and it subsequently entered service in 1974. The plane was produced until 1993. Currently, the main operator of the Su-24 Fencer is the Russian Air Force, and is also used by Syria, Algeria, Iran and Ukraine.
Sukhoi Su-24 Fencer was used widely throughout its service life. The jet participated in conflicts like Soviet-Afghan War, Operation Desert Storm, First and Second Chechen Wars, Russo-Georgian War, Syrian Civil War, Russian Operation in Syria and Russian Invasion in Ukraine. In the latter one, the plane was used from the both sides of the conflict, however from Ukrainian side, the participation was limited due to logistical reasons. Su-24 can carry up to 8 000kgs of load on 9 hardpoints and is armed with Gsh-6-23 gun, carrying 500 rounds.
Rhino Red Prints drawings are vector file bundles designed to serve the basic needs of various sectors. 3D designers, Publishers, Decal Makers, RC and Plastic Model Makers often need profile or top views and even sometimes combination of those, featuring different aircraft. Such drawings take time and effort to be completed. Red Rhino Prints drawings are made to be very close to reality, but does not represent absolutely accurate blueprints of the vehicles depicted. The blueprints in the form of file bundle are in 48th scale and are close to reality, but there might be discrepancies with the real vehicles depicted.