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scalercflyer 09-18-2008 03:06 AM

Very very nice blade! I especially love tripes and Albatros'. I'm guessing they fly great. I have a set of plans for the DVa (WE Technical plans with an 89"WS) and a set of plans (ala Nick Zoroli) of the 1/4 scale DRI. Also a friend of mine gave me a previously flown (and dorked) 1/4 scale Zoroli DRI which I will someday repair and finish. BTW Guys, please remember to be a friend to all of our fellow WWI enthusiasts. Click on the friends icon under the name and add/bring another WWI Brother to your friends list and into the WWI era fold. Martin

Biplane Murphy 09-18-2008 05:01 AM


Originally Posted by scalercflyer (Post 476869)
Click on the friends icon under the name and add/bring another WWI Brother to your friends list and into the WWI era fold. Martin

That reminds me.....Friends don't let friends fly mono-wing planes....:Q

7car7 09-18-2008 03:03 PM


Originally Posted by Biplane Murphy (Post 476938)
That reminds me.....Friends don't let friends fly mono-wing planes....:Q


Oh come on, I've never flown anything without 2 wings, but I'd sure like to build a DVIII one of these days! Are they "not allowed"? ;)

50+AirYears 09-18-2008 03:25 PM

The D-VIII better NOT be disallowed. I have 2 sets of control line plans, 5 sets of RC plans, and at least 6 sets of FF plans for that plane, along with 2 FF kits.

Biplane Murphy 09-18-2008 06:29 PM

There are usually exceptions to rules....:)

I thought for sure Marty would have said something by now.

Percyflyer 09-18-2008 07:19 PM

speaking of D-VIII
 
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Busa Fokker D-VIII

scalercflyer 09-18-2008 11:56 PM

Wings
 
1, 2 or 3 sets of wings qualifies (as long as it's a WWI plane). :D ESPECIALLY the DVIII!! :D:D Put that in your pipe and smoke it Boys!!!!! :eek::D The Great Poomba has spoken. Martin

Biplane Murphy 09-19-2008 12:09 AM


Originally Posted by scalercflyer (Post 477339)
1, 2 or 3 sets of wings qualifies (as long as it's a WWI plane). :D ESPECIALLY the DVIII!! :D:D Put that in your pipe and smoke it Boys!!!!! :eek::D The Great Poomba has spoken. Martin

I knew Marty would express his great love for the DVIII......LOL

barmonkey 09-19-2008 12:24 AM

Technically the D.VIII/E.V is a Biplane...don't forget that little wing between the wheels!

I would still like to see a 36" Taube. The only kits I know of are by Balsa USA, and they are quite large...83 1/2" and 62".

50+AirYears 09-19-2008 12:27 AM

Actually, if you count that little wing, the D-VIII is a Sesquiplane. That is, a plane in which the lower wing is of smaller chord and/or span than the upper wing, like the Nieuport 17.

degreen60 09-19-2008 01:25 PM

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Originally Posted by Biplane Murphy (Post 476938)
That reminds me.....Friends don't let friends fly mono-wing planes....:Q

Here is my mono-wing plane. First WW1 plane to have a machine gun mounted and fireing through the prop,

NJ Georgee 09-23-2008 01:54 PM

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Nice planes Im into ww1 planes too I would like to build a Hannley page bomber or any outher ww1 bomber ,but I cant find any kits of them. atleast in a small scale. pictured is one of my planes. I make the motors to rotate with the prop by incorperating a bearing on the fire wall and a copper tube through the plastic motor bolting the assembly together.Of course its just a static plane after this is done.

degreen60 09-23-2008 06:45 PM


Originally Posted by NJ Georgee (Post 479763)
I make the motors to rotate with the prop by incorperating a bearing on the fire wall and a copper tube through the plastic motor bolting the assembly together.Of course its just a static plane after this is done.

Take a look at my MS-L in my previous post. The motor is foam cyclinders wrapped with printed paper and glued to the bell of the brushless motor. It spins when the plane is flying.

NJ Georgee 09-24-2008 12:00 AM

Nice job
 
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I been thinking about that idea for while. If somone would invent a detailed motor cylinder set that would fit a outrunner motor. That would be cool. Did you have any vibration problems when you did yours? What type of glue holds it on?
pics of my cubs I want to sell my giant one,I should have stayed small
Im going to do a pick up add soon in NJ saito golden 72 size 84" wing all for 375

mrkil 09-25-2008 04:29 PM

here's a pic of my Bristol Scout soon to be an electric convert.

http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a46...0890Medium.jpg

7car7 09-25-2008 04:40 PM

Nice plane! Will be cool to see some cockpit details in that one. You large plane guys have it easy, the weight gane is so negligible compared to the little ones.

mrkil 09-25-2008 04:46 PM

right now there is no cockpit detail.
it needs to be totally recovered, since i'm going electric i'd like to lose some poundage ;)

Bub Steve 09-25-2008 04:55 PM

mrkil:: Pull-Pull Elevators!!( or duel'in servos) WhOO! I Like it, Looks like a acre of cover'in HaHaaa! good luck and keep the pixs come'in! your bub,steve

mrkil 09-25-2008 06:11 PM

yes it pull pull elevators

in fact it's pull pull everything!

it will be a fairly lengthy recover job. but i'll be using iron on cloth instead of dope.

similar paint scheme but more correct.

Bub Steve 09-25-2008 06:15 PM


Originally Posted by mrkil (Post 480881)
yes it pull pull elevators

in fact it's pull pull everything!

it will be a fairly lengthy recover job. but i'll be using iron on cloth instead of dope.

similar paint scheme but more correct.

mrkil:::Cover'in easy it's the tear-down---build back part that takes FOREVER!!!I gotta try some pull-pullers one of these days, so much lighter than dowels, your bub, steve

mrkil 09-25-2008 06:42 PM

you've got that right.

i have the lower wing stripped now and am ca'ing all the joints and making sure everything is solid before recovering.

it will be the spring before i'm done for sure

Bub Steve 09-25-2008 06:47 PM

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Originally Posted by mrkil (Post 480910)
you've got that right.

i have the lower wing stripped now and am ca'ing all the joints and making sure everything is solid before recovering.

it will be the spring before i'm done for sure

Sounds like the old days!! bub, steve

degreen60 09-25-2008 09:25 PM


Originally Posted by NJ Georgee (Post 480024)
I been thinking about that idea for while. If somone would invent a detailed motor cylinder set that would fit a outrunner motor. That would be cool. Did you have any vibration problems when you did yours? What type of glue holds it on?

I did not have any vibration problems using foam and paper. I used Loctite NO MESS Adhesive. Here is a URL for paper motors. I enlarged one motor till the ring the the cyclinders fit on just fit the bell of my brushless motor.


http://www.sero-papermodels.com/content.do?page=page.2_download2

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