The Ansaldo A.1 "Balilla" was a single-seat biplane for exploration and combat, named after "Balilla" a Genoese folk hero. The A.1 was the only aircraft produced in Italy during World War I.
A commission of the Polish army travelled to Italy in the post-war period to buy new weapons, taking 10 of these aircraft for their ranks, and the Polish pilots received them with great acceptance. They fought as part of the renewed Kosciuszko Squadron during the Russo-Polish War of 1920. The following year, Ansaldo delivered 30 of them to the Soviets. Latvia ordered 13 units, despite the fact that the aircraft crashed during the demonstration flight. Other countries also operated the A-1 such as Brazil, Mexico and the Netherlands.
The .rar file includes two scales (1/48 and 1/72) in .stl format
It is recommended to print in two parts (included) to save time and material without losing details. The stl are still included with the complete model in both scales.
Also included is a base with the name of the aircraft, year of manufacture and Italian flag in relief to facilitate painting.
Length: 141 mm
Width: 156 mm
Height: 53 mm
Length: 94 mm
Width: 104 mm
Height: 35 mm
As with any stl file, the scale can be changed to any size, it is recommended to keep one of the included to match the final size with other models on the market or those available in the collection "World War I Aircraft".
More planes from the collection:
Fokker Dr.I (Red Baron)
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