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Plan: North American B-25hlsat on 01/09/2019 10:00
North American B-25 Plan
[quote name='Turby' id='2029' timestamp='29/08/2019 10:37']Should there be a second page of the plans showing the outlines of the parts referenced in page 1?[/quote]

Done correction with new full plans with parts.
Plan: TGS SUPER DECATHLONRockwoodRC on 30/08/2019 19:27
DGS Decathlon Engine Choice
What engine size is recommended for this plane?
Plan: Piper Cub J3MotherDawg on 29/08/2019 20:36
Extremely pale drawings
Extremely pale drawings.

Like pale grey lines... next to useless...
Plan: North American B-25Turby on 29/08/2019 10:37
Plans
Should there be a second page of the plans showing the outlines of the parts referenced in page 1?
Plan: Curtiss F-11C-4hlsat on 28/08/2019 07:28
CURTISS F 11C-4
[quote name='larry52' id='2027' timestamp='27/08/2019 21:05']i would have liked to see formers or even printwood for this model. i can use this plan when i would build a solid wood version probably in 1/48 scale[/quote]

Done correction with new plan and formers.
Plan: Curtiss F-11C-4larry52 on 27/08/2019 21:05
CURTISS F 11C-4
i would have liked to see formers or even printwood for this model. i can use this plan when i would build a solid wood version probably in 1/48 scale
Plan: NASA Space Shuttle Enterprisejapreja on 27/08/2019 11:50
I've joined most of this documents pages to the proper folouts
I posted in the forums the work I have done with this document please see the forum post for a link to the combined pages that makeup the foldouts, only a few are not done as it is a tedious process. https://forum.aerofred.com/forum/plans-restoration/2046-space-shuttle-design-drawings
Plan: Twin Turbosigfazer on 23/08/2019 18:07
foam type and thickness
In all of my creative designs, I use 20"X30" dollar tree foam-board. I believe the thickness is 5mm.
Plan: BAC TSR-2RyanT on 31/07/2019 22:27
Error in "Use" Category
Hello,
The TSR-2 was a Strike Bomber, not a Fighter (as stated in use category). It would have been pretty epic to see what would have developed out of the TSR-2 project if it wasn't cancelled. I'm sure a fighter variant would have been very effective but I just wanted to point this out.

RyanT
Plan: albyflyJimmy The King on 27/07/2019 17:42
Thanks
Nice airplane
Plan: Kellett AutogyroRalfMetzger on 26/07/2019 13:11
No vector
Hello,
the plan is a bitmap PDF
Plan: Kellett Autogyrojuanignaciomayo@gmail.com on 26/07/2019 08:23
No vector PDF
No vector PDF
Plan: Sunbirdczarnajama on 24/07/2019 17:08
Re: Building a slightly modified version (58", 2-piece wing).
I have now had several flying sessions with it, and it is an absolute delight off a 2 kg-pull HiStart. It doesn't throw too well at 14 oz and a CG which is 1/8" forward of that recommended, making it over-stable, but on the light Hi-Start it is fantastic, going up absolutely straight and getting full height even in still air (18 paces of rubber, about 76 m of line). It'll get better as I move the CG back and reduce incidence, but in the meantime I'm getting lots of stick time for my rusty thumb. It is very sensitive to signalling thermal activity, and very manoueverable, as an HLG should be. Much more fun to fly than a clunky 2m such as my old but still active Spirit or my first RC glider, a Tom Williams Drifter Mk.1, and a quite different experience from the superb 3m Paragon I built 40 years ago. And it really is a very beautiful sailplane.

During my early throwing tests in a small meadow, it crashed loudly into the branches of a tree ... without the slightest mark. And I've had to bail out of several thermals, in danger of specking out.
Plan: Fokker D7Oisin on 23/07/2019 11:36
Wrong photo
While the plan is for a D VII, the illustrating photo is a D VI
Plan: D.H Gypsy Mothhlsat on 20/07/2019 07:44
Gypsy Moth
Done correction.
Thanks.
Plan: D.H Gypsy MothOisin on 19/07/2019 20:02
Gypsy Moth
The plan is correctly referred to on the cover of the August 1930 M.A.N. as a 'D.H. Gypsy Moth'
It's NOT a Tiger
Plan: D.H Gypsy Mothhjf160250 on 19/07/2019 14:27
DH Moth
Incorrectly titled as DH Tiger Moth. It's a DH 60 Moth not a DH82 Tiger Moth. The article heading is correct by labelling it a 'DH Moth'.
Plan: Manta SchluterTüdelmeister on 14/07/2019 20:57
Dimensions Wrong
This plan has wrong dimensions. Correct would be 38.2 in. / 97 cm
Plan: Twin TurboRyberg on 12/07/2019 10:47
Foam
Hi
Wich type foam are used, and wich thicknes?

//Henning
Plan: 1911 Voisin Canardaeroastro on 29/06/2019 14:43
Your Voisin Canard model
Larry Nieman - what a fantastic building & covering job you have accomplished! Can you post
flying pictures? A "tip of the cap" for tackling a most difficult and challenging model, in
all respects!
Plan: Bambinoaeroastro on 23/06/2019 16:57
Bambino 'diamond' fuselage
The question is a good one and here's my thoughts on the Bambino's 'diamond' fuselage. The designer, William Hadden, equipped the plane with 8 strands of 1/2" wide rubber strip. This is a big motor for a plane of this size and the motor, in addition to having a fairly sizable 'cross section', would impose significant compression/buckling forces on the fuselage when fully wound. The diamond fuselage is, IMO, a quick & easy solution, a close approximation to a cylindrical shell fuselage that would be structurally superior but requires more work to properly assemble. The Bambino can certainly be flown with less than 8 strands of 1/2" rubber and if so, a conventional 4-sided
fuselage, as you note, would be simpler to build, quite adequate to handle the lesser forces, and (properly sized) house the rubber motor.
Plan: BambinoAeroBob on 23/06/2019 10:40
diamond fuselage
Why does this simple design have a diamond fuselage?

Surely it begins to make things complex, with wire to hold up the wings and so on.

Is there something in this design that makes it better than a normal square style with two sides, and a top and a bottom?
Plan: Hi Dummyhlsat on 20/06/2019 18:06
Hi Dummy
[quote name='Gnu' id='2008' timestamp='20/06/2019 17:11']This model requires a Cox T.D. .020, NOT the .049. See plans.[/quote]

Thanks, done correction.
Plan: Hi DummyGnu on 20/06/2019 17:11
Engine requirements
This model requires a Cox T.D. .020, NOT the .049. See plans.
Plan: Fokker DVIIeldiablo155 on 20/06/2019 12:40
sorry for my typos
hey guys , sorry for my typos , i was wasted yesterday , if the tips don't make sense to you , let me know , i'll give'em a fix ;)

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