Some members have told us that the current PayPal and credit card payment process we use is confusing and hard to use. We heard you! Today, April 1, we are changing to an integrated credit card payment process that is faster, easier to use, and fully integrated with the membership system. You will be able to use your MasterCard, Visa, Discover or American Express card for membership and convention registration or trophy packages.
We think you will find the new payment process much friendlier! Of course, you can still pay by check or PayPal if you prefer. Checks should be made... read more...
Recently there have been reports of emails with the Subject: Membership Suspension notice and the From beginning with File Sharing From... (a non-IPMS email address)
They are a phishing / scam attempt. Please delete them immediately and do not open the attachment.
This is a common practice and members should be wary of any 'official' IPMS/USA email that does not come from @myipmsusa.org or @ipmsusa.org email addresses. It is usually a good idea to check the From: in any email you do not recognise.
Our IPMS/USA membership system now has a page for chapters who pay for memberships to use our online payment process. The page also works for Gift Memberships. Just follow the links to the MyIPMSUSA.org Membership Home page from the IPMSUSA.org site. In the top menu, use the drop down under Membership Home (in the blue bar) to select Gift or Chapter Paid Membership and follow the instructions there. You can submit payments for multiple memberships along with the names and IPMS number of your... read more...
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Up and Atom - Building a 3D-printed Ariel Atom 3, by Roy R. Sorenson
Hypothetical HMS Hood - A projection of how the battle cruiser might have looked after a 1944 refit, by Rick Jackson
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Hubble Helper - Detailing and accurizing the 1:72 Monogram Space Shuttle, by Pete Malaguti