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This is a fantastic "Trainer". I enjoyed flying mine. Here is a great place for Beginners and Novices to start. You can change the Center of Gravity on this plane as you learn to go from Trainer to almost Pattern. Airfoil has the same shape both top and bottom. This makes it easier for the novice to learn to fly inverted. The actual landing gear is Aluminum and comes prebent in kit, you will need to get that done at a shop.
Plans I drew up for an 800 mm wingspan Ultra Stick. Flies very well and fully aerobatic. Prototype came in at 335 grams including 1000 Mah 3 Cell Lipo.
Plan has been printed at 50% scale to build a 400mm version. I have completed the smaller one using 1.5mm balsa for fuselage and wing ribs with 1mm balsa for skinning and cap strips and 3mm x 3mm for control surfaces and 1mm x 3mm for bracing. Will update once I have flown the 400mm version.
Flown the 400mm version, flies great :) CG at 30% of...
Detroit's Otto Heithecker designed this 125" wingspan r/c sailplane for competitive thermal duration, winning several
notable competitions, including the AMA Nationals and League of Silent Flight (LSF) tournaments, in the early 1970s; the design was
awarded the "Best Original Design" in its class at the 1971 AMA Nationals. The plane, thanks to its lightweight yet strong structure, could launch on strong electric winches yet at 52 ounces flying weight (unusually low for this span...