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Plan: Spitfire Mk IXGuy737 on 24/09/2018 17:12
download the spitfire MK IX scale 1/5
Thank You,
it's ok
best regards,
Guy 737
Plan: Spitfire Mk IXhlsat on 24/09/2018 16:48
Spitfire Mk IX
Done correction.
Plan: Spitfire Mk IXGuy737 on 24/09/2018 10:00
download the spitfire MK IX scale 1/5
Hello, sorry for my bat english. I click the blue download button, PDF page open, but I have a blanck page. can you help me ? Best regards
Plan: Extra 260 31% By Rodrigo Maiahc77 on 21/09/2018 19:24
Montage plan,please.
[quote name='SH4RK0' id='1719' timestamp='04/02/2018 03:43'][quote name='hc77' id='1289' timestamp='08/11/2016 17:12']Dear Mr. Rodriro Maia

Pls send me detail of CAD this plan drawing.
my email: hc77@mynet.com

Thanks

Hakan[/quote]

What information do you want?[/quote]
Plan: Nakajima RUFEjkexpress on 14/09/2018 04:35
Plastic extruded parts need to be created
I'll try and scan the parts in plastic on some graph paper. I'll also try my 3d scanning program.
- cowl
- main float front and rear
- side floats
- canopy

the side floats are a pain as the plastic wont glue with every adhesive I own. might replace with light balsa replicas.
Plan: Cechiejacquesbottino on 13/09/2018 10:03
cechie
je viens de finir le mien mais en version 3 axes et moteur électrique 50 watts ; Sa vole cool
Plan: Extra 260Nk4alex on 10/09/2018 08:55
Extra 260
Do you have any instruction for this parts, I really want to build it. Thanks !!
Plan: Skooter IIderfred on 08/09/2018 08:58
Skooter II
Nice plan, thanks for sharing. If you have more please upload :)
Plan: 1/2A Cessna Skylaneocoee96 on 03/09/2018 20:29
1/2 A Skylane Conversion
I picked one of these up at an estate sale, and I can testify that it's a challenging project, converting to 4-channel electric. With a Speed 400 brushless motor and micro servos it appears possible to keep the weight within limits - albeit more than the 22oz design weight. I'm at about 20 oz minus battery & ESC.
;-)
PJ
Plan: Extra 260 31% By Rodrigo Maiajelkol@yahoo.es on 01/09/2018 03:57
extra260 31 . this is a great plan
Greetings.
this model and its design seem wonderful to me.
You could send me the construction plan?

I like very much. I need the plane.
my email jelkol@yahoo.es

thanks.
Plan: Fuselage Building Jigwhiskey29 on 30/08/2018 16:09
Awesome Jig
Thanks for the design,
Its easy to use, rigid and portable !
1 meter long jig could be dismantled and stored inside an used printer box :).

Must put some plastic between at the bottom part where jig meet the fuselage
so you can avoid my mistakes of gluing the fuse to the jig LOL
Plan: CHARLES.Aspecco on 29/08/2018 08:42
perfect for the the chids
Nice boat. i will try to build for my son.
Ill keep inform of the result.
Plan: Mojo 653D Romeo on 27/08/2018 23:22
Rib Templates?
Is the Rib Template Sheet available for download anywhere?

I heard if you searched around the ProBro forum you can find them. But I haven't had any luck so far.
Plan: Fuselage Building Jigderfred on 22/08/2018 20:33
Fuselage Building Jig
Thanks for posting :)
Plan: DragonflyDragonfly designer on 22/08/2018 18:01
Dragonfly
Gentlemen, The information on the Model Builder Dragonfly is incomplete and in error. The wingspan of the model is 72" The model was co-designed by Bob Lee and Tex Newman. The plan was drawn by Tex Newman. Unfortunately the photos in the article were not credited to Bob Lee as was submitted to the magazine. The first two prototypes were built by Bob and Tex and were rudder only, powered by Davies Charlton .047 diesel engines. Another was built by a friend, Bob VonKonsky. The plan in the magazine shows a three channel plane using an O.S. .10 The first two built from the magazine plan were by two high school boys as their first trainers.
Plan: F3A competitionoamadom on 22/08/2018 12:46
Muy buen diseño
De casualidad tienes el plano en formato dxf, agradezco si me lo puedes enviar a oamado1@hotmail.com. Gracias
Plan: Saab J21Tassietony on 18/08/2018 21:29
Dihedral
Thanks to info from Aronovich I can tell you that the dihedral is 25mm under each wingtip. Important information that is not shown on the plan. To print the plan at the correct size you need to zoom to 300% in Adobe Acrobat and follow freds instructions in the FAQ section on printing.
Plan: Proteusderfred on 18/08/2018 09:34
Proteus
The difference a zero can make :)
Plan: Proteusmy77gmc on 17/08/2018 21:44
How big is this?
In the details it says 400+ inches?? As much as I'd love to make my dreams come true hanging on to such a thing and sailing off into the wild blue yonder...I figured it was a typo
Plan: Wieselhlsat on 16/08/2018 17:35
the name of the model is Wiesel
[quote name='A3' id='1846' timestamp='15/08/2018 21:17']i have build this model 3 times .
the name of the model is Wiesel.
it is a model from a F1E classe it means max weight 1 kg and electic motor.[/quote]

Many thanks for informations.
Corrected to name.
Plan: WieselA3 on 15/08/2018 21:17
the name of the model is Wiesel
i have build this model 3 times .
the name of the model is Wiesel.
it is a model from a F1E classe it means max weight 1 kg and electic motor.
Plan: gee bee QEDderfred on 15/08/2018 20:36
Thanks for sharing!
Nice plan, thanks for sharing. I´ll if it´s possible to restore.

Kind regards,
Fred
Plan: Junkers Ju 87D-5 Stukaderfred on 08/08/2018 23:38
Junkers Ju 87D-5 Stuka
The plan is cut at the top, probably it was larger
than the scanner.
You can extrapolate the other ribs they seem to be increasingly bigger.
Plan: Junkers Ju 87D-5 StukaMark567 on 06/08/2018 09:21
Rudder assembly
It appears that the V-1 through V-3 isnt with the plans. is it just my download or so other people have this problem too?
Plan: Curtiss P-6 Type III Hawkbehindthebarn on 03/08/2018 21:30
Plans vs Description
The plan is for a USN plane with retractable landing gear.
The description is for a US Army plane with fixed gear.
The only common denominator, other than both being airplanes, is that they are biplanes. A mix-up somewhere.

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