JSI as stated by JSI "Just Spots Idiots"

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JSI as stated by JSI "Just Spots Idiots"

Post by heiss66 » Tue Feb 02, 2010 1:56 pm

Posted: Thu Jan 28, 2010 5:36 pm Post subject:

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Not much can be said after all that has been said. Except, this is pretty much what happens when an OEM Chinese factory copies a smaller scale, say 1:48 or 1:32 model kit and panographs the scale up to 1:18 scale. The entire structure and critical weight bearing ratios are distorted. The detail is great but everything else is woe fully wrong. Combine this crazy exercise with a OEM company whose claim to fame are poly jars, ipod decorative cases and styrene boxes and you have the perfect debacle.

TO ALL FRUSTRATED FRIENDS & COLLECTORS:

Here's some helpful info:

The F14 was manufactured by SL SHING
SHING LIN PLASTIC MOULD PRODUCTS LTD.

CONTACT:Lui Waiman (Raymond)
852-6072-2449 RAYMOND HONG KONG CELL
852-2693-4293 HONG KONG OFFICE

emial: SHINGLIN888888@126.COM

For those of you who wish to contact the now dubious JSI here is some info.

Wong Cheong, Chief Marketing Officer (Asia Distric)

Hong Kong Mobile 852 9424 8301
China Mobile 86 1372 5369 600
wong.cheong@js-int.net

China Office, may be some boiler room.

telephone 86 020 8106 0560
fax 86 020 8106 2030

Maybe some satifaction if you'all contact them and tell them how business should be done in the United States.

None of this asian stuff "you bought it you own it".

Defective products should be fixed, replaced or refunded. That's the American way.

Toyota is an Asian Company. They're about to fix 400,000 automobiles.

Why let JSI/Shing Lin tell you to take a hike.

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Post by Ta-152 » Tue Feb 02, 2010 2:27 pm

Two different business styles/cultures, the Japanese and Chinese.

Though this is some very interesting info....
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Post by NWarty » Tue Feb 02, 2010 3:05 pm

I said it some months ago in the Tomcat main thread. I highly doubted at the time, once SpotGate started, that the factory that produced the Tomcat had never had ANY experience building model aircraft and that the factories that produced JSI's P-38 and Stuka were completely different companies.

Here is my original reply at the bottom of the page:

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Post by aferguson » Tue Feb 02, 2010 5:15 pm

we've got enough JSI Tomcat discussion threads. Keep new posts confined to one of those please.
i never met an airplane i didn't like...

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