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Rol Klingberg designed and produced his iconic two meter span (78") slope/thermal 'flying wing' glider starting in the late 70s.
An expert aerodynamicist, Klingberg developed the wing airfoils' camber and twist distributions to provide performance and
handling similar to Lee Renaud's Olympic II, so the story goes. Small tip-mounted fixed vertical stabilizers are optional and aren't
required for stable flight. Construction requires use of a wing jig, elements which are shown on the...
The "Flying Washboard" is a novelty sport free flight model that most definitely falls into the "Exotic Flying Stuff" category. Designed by Hermann Kayser and provided as a free plan in the July 1965 issue of Aeromodeller magazine, the design could also have the name of the "Flying Venetian Blind". The all-balsa design consists of multiple short wing sections, 9" span, arrayed in a cascade array with no dihedral, and powered by a small internal combustion...
Paul K. Guillow designed this 16" span rubber scale model of the venerable two-place Rearwin Speedster in
the late 1930s, during the "start up" years for the then-new Guillow model kitting company. This particular
model version is quite lightweight with covering applied to only the wing and horizontal stab's top surfaces, and on
one side of the vertical stab. As is true for models of this size and type, lightweight materials and careful
building are the keys to good flight...