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Ooooh, aint this purdy NOT!!Me thinks the tundra tailwheel is a bad idea though Ian.
Tis mate, but I would struggle to do it!I might give it a go if I can't find anything ready scaled
I read he died as a result of a high speed stall, but I confess I don't really know what one of those is .Just out of interest Stu, What does it work out at 33%?Muds
33% is 73" span, 81" long...How about 50%..... 111" Span and 123" long...
That was my initial thought, but I can't be messin around with an over 40 scheme, especially for an unknown airframe/design.Shall we stick to 40%?
yes will do. When do you wanna book space on the Sheepy Drawing board, or you wanna go digital?
Love to help on this one... I have a better recordat drawing than I do buidling at the moment.... Perhaps Charlie C wil do the dangly bits too....
Sorry peep's I missed this one.Gimme a drawing and I'll sort it.CC
Beautiful aeroplane, mud will you be doing a build thread Greg
Stuey if you can CAD I would very much like a days tutorial to get me started and I don't mind putting my hand in my pocket and shedding silver. I can read as much as I like but take little in but if I'm shown.......... different matter
Following ou phone conversation, looking at the 3 view, I wouldn't reduce the number of ribs Flapp, there aint that many in there anyhoo Ian.
Did you print off a drawing yet Stu?
I printed it out in A3, that gives me a drawing with a w/s of 9", 40% of the fullsize is 90" (can you see where I'm going here) so I have a 1/10 scale drawing of the final model size (this is the drawing with 4 fus stations btw) so scaling for the final size drawing should be quite straight forward (but I'm probably missing something here, I struggled to this point!)Mud