This is my new page. The old one was at Xoom.com,
which was bought out by NBCI.com, which eventually got around to ending
free web hosting without bothering to tell anyone. Welcome to the
new new economy.
I can't change the old page, add a redirection, or even delete the old one. Still, you're here, so you must have found out about the change somehow. Congratulations!
I have high hopes that Freehomepage.com is up to
the task of hosting my electic collection of screeds and missives and grainy
photos. We'll see.
What we are
Anderson Models is a "garage" kit manufacturer of 1/144 scale launch vehicles and spacecraft. The medium is almost exclusively resin, which accounts for the high cost.
The "company" is just me, and about as close to non-profit as you can get. Mostly, I enjoy seeing others enjoy my models as much as I do.
A Few Words About Materials
Several of the models have separable stages and/or fairings. ANY of the models' SRB's can and should be mounted on pegs (not included) to make them separable, too.
This increases MY enjoyment, but it can also lead to imperfect fit and more work. You are always free to glue the thing together, of course.
Okay, I've been back for a while, but still find myself unable to fill orders.
I apologize for that, but work and much else has kept
me entirely too busy.
There's very little time left for models.
At least I've updated the e-mail
address, so you can complain directly to me again.
Remove the "nospam." which is just there to confuse the spiders.
Sorry for the inconvenience. No, I don't know when, or even if, I'll start again.
Works In Progress
Works in progress are:
The Indian PSLV prototype is complete, and the GSLV have been started.
H-IIA: preliminary work done. This model will replace the H-II, whose molds are getting pretty old.
Delta IV EELV: preliminary work done.
Photos sent in by YOU, the modeler, of real-space subjects
In more-or-less geographical and chronological order
Click on each for pictures and info
USSR / CIS:
How to order
First, drop me an e-mail so I can ensure I've got your order in inventory by the time it arrives.
Then, total your bill.
Add 10% for shipping within the U.S. and Canada; 20% overseas.
Send a personal check, cashier's check, or postal money order, payable in $U.S., to the address I'll send you!
I can't take credit cards as such, but try PayPal !
Ninfinger Productions Sven's site is the meeting place for nearly all space modelers. If you can't find it here, it probably doesn't exist. Sven also reviews kits in his Quick Looks page, which I've cross-linked above.
Other "Garage" kit makers:
RealSpace Models The biggest kit selection of us all, including the superlative N-1 moon rocket. All have outstanding workmanship.
New Ware Ing. Thomas Kladiva prints his own decals, and has started making resin models as well. They look terrific!
Rho Models Julius de Roo helped me get my start, and sold a terrific line of kits. Sadly, Rho Models is out of business permanently.
Part Time Models Scott Lowther also helped me learn resin casting in my early days. He's currently not making kits, but if he resumes, he should be offering his selection of winged launchers, including X-33, Pioneer rocketplanes, Sanger, and X-20's. Scott also made my beautiful DC-Y model, and I think it's a shame it's no longer in production.