Magic Factory 1/700 6401 (USS Gerald R. Ford, CVN-78)Ford class aircraft carrier CVN-78 Gerald R.Ford
is the latest generation of aircraft carrier of the US Navy. Name it. As the lead ship of the Ford-class aircraft carrier, it represents the latest advancement in US Navy aircraft carrier design. Its construction began in 2005, it was launched in 2013, and it officially entered service in 2017. Compared with previous Nimitz-class aircraft carriers, Ford introduced many innovative technologies and design features designed to improve the combat effectiveness and sustainability of the aircraft carrier.
Ford adopts a new hull design, adopts a larger hull, and provides more shipboard space. It has a total length of more than 1,100 feet and a displacement of approximately 100,000 tons. At the same time, the USS Ford was the first aircraft carrier in the United States to use the electromagnetic catapult (EMALS). Compared with the traditional steam catapult, the electromagnetic catapult can more accurately control the take-off speed and trajectory of the aircraft, and adapt to the take-off requirements of different models. Thanks to new aviation fuel systems, including the Automatic Cargo Conveyance System (ACCS) and the Cargo Cargo Delivery System (ACDS), the USS Ford is able to transfer fuel and ammunition more efficiently, reducing the need for manual operations and improving operational efficiency. efficacy.
The Ford aircraft carrier represents the latest achievement and development direction of the US Navy’s aircraft carrier technology. Its innovative design and technology applications make it a more powerful, flexible and sustainable combat platform, providing the U.S. Navy with an enhanced ability to carry out missions on a global scale.
It is a great honor to introduce Magic Factory’s first 1/700 scale assembled model, product number 6401 – US Navy “Ford” aircraft carrier. The model is about 48cm long. It adopts the traditional model design method and needs to use glue for bonding and assembly. The parts of the hull and waterline have been disassembled, and players can choose to assemble them at the bottom of the ship or at the waterline. The details are verified as the latest ship status in 2023, including the remodeled aisle and the added remote-controlled machine gun platform. For product information release