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Chas Gardiner  |  May 19, 2010  |  0 comments
The 2Vix2 plan was published in RCM&E November 2006. The plan can be purchased at www. myhobbystore. com.
Tony Nijhuis  |  Apr 27, 2009  |  0 comments
Fast and furious. . . no, that doesn't describe the model, merely the way this design went from drawing board to RCM&E free plan.
Tony Nijhuis  |  May 14, 2009  |  0 comments
To order the Airbus plan, mouldings and/or CNC wood pack go to myhobbystore. com Given the huge success of the Airbus European Consortium over the last two decades it was only a matter of time before Airbus would challenged the military stranglehold that US manufacturers have on the aviation world with aeroplanes such as the C-130 Hercules, C-17, C-5a and C-141. The A400M is destined to be technologically superior to the Hercules by having a predominantly composite construction, state of the art avionics, enhanced cargo handling systems, a superior power plant, advanced propeller technology, and performance criteria close to that of a turbofan-powered aircraft. The internal design of the A400 has been maximised to permit payloads such as air-to-air refuelling tanks, attack helicopters, armoured combat vehicles, 116 troops, 66 stretchers plus 25 medical staff for medical evacuation, food, civil excavators and dump trucks.
Pete Kessell  |  Jun 18, 2009  |  0 comments
You can purchase the Apollo plan at www. myhobbystore. com After many years spent flying in Kent, I retired to Dorset and joined the Phoenix MFC, a very friendly and well-organised club. Electric gliding has proved to be pretty popular here, and having competed in many glider events up and down the UK over many years I decided to design a model that fitted the bill for the clubs electric thermal competition.
Tony Nijhuis  |  Nov 11, 2009  |  0 comments
The Hawk plan was originally published in 2004 and, along with the canopy and intakes, can be purchased atMyHobbyStore. com Now here’s something a little unexpected. . .
Mike Keay  |  Jun 01, 2010  |  0 comments
Please note that this article was first published over two issues in 2006. The Basic 3D plan,laser/cnc kit parts and a wood completion packcan be purchased at www. myhobbystore. com Designed to satisfy the needs of the up-and-coming 3D flyer, the appearance and construction of this model are completely different to my previously published efforts, which in the main have been semi scale, open-cockpit, golden era type sports aircraft.
David Ashby  |  Feb 27, 2012  |  0 comments
First published in 2006, Basic 3D is Mike Keay’s popular, easy-build, aerobatic trainer and 3D aerobat specifically designed to take a budding pilot from basic through to advanced aerobatics. It can be built with a 52” or 58” span according to preference and, although designed for a . 40 - . 53 two-stroke engine, an electric conversion would be easy to accomplish too.
Alex Whittaker  |  Jan 25, 2012  |  0 comments
This plan was first published in 2002 and is available from the RCM&E plans service. PART. 1 To my eyes, Edwardian design has always combined elegance and practicality. Take the Blackburn 1912 monoplane, for instance.
Peter Miller  |  Nov 10, 2009  |  0 comments
The Bootlace plan can be purchased at MyHobbyStore. com I’ve always had an interest in American racing aircraft, and though I’ve built a few over the years, I’d never tried my hand at a Shoestring. Ironically, given that this classic ‘40s racer was popular with full-size home-builders for its simplicity, there are a number of problems in translating the aircraft’s design into a satisfactory scale model. Eventually, however, I was able to distil the shapes or styling of the original into this sports aerobatic model, the Bootlace.
David Ashby  |  Nov 01, 2013  |  0 comments
RCM&E electric flight columnist Nigel Hawes has been busy. His latest design, Can-Doo, is the pull-out plan with RCM&E's Dec 2013 issue that's in the shops 15 Nov! Starting with little more than four sheets of balsa, Can-Doo is a 32" span sport canard that's easy and cheap to build. It requires an inexpensive 200 watt outrunner, 25 amp ESC and 2200 mAh Li-Po battery and uses ailerons and foreplane for control. Clear that building board! .
Maurice Ashby  |  Jun 13, 2011  |  0 comments
The Cardsharp plan was first published in 2000 and can be purchased via the RCM&E plans service. Radio controlled model aircraft built from corrugated cardboard are by no means new; In fact, there have been quite a few over the years. My own introduction to this form of construction came with a model called ‘The Craftsman’, a kit manufactured back in the seventies by a firm called ‘Stanley’, as I remember. The model itself spanned 60”, and was a low-wing sports tail dragger; mine was powered by an old favourite Merco 61 and flew superbly, with great aerobatic characteristics (they also did a high wing trainer version, incidentally).
David Ashby  |  May 20, 2020  |  0 comments
First published in June 2000 issue of RCM&E, Chatterbox 2000 is Ray Wood's update on Vic Smeed's delightful cabin wing design for a 1958 issue of Aeromodeller. The plan can be purchased from Sarick Hobbiesand the article pages can be downloaded below. DATAFILE Name: Chatterbox 2000 Designed by: Vic Smeed/Ray Wood Wingspan: 40" Wing Chord: 6. 5" Fuselage Length: 30" Overall Height: 9" Motor Used: 280 Geared (J.
David Ashby  |  Feb 13, 2015  |  0 comments
Cliffwhacker is the new flap-equipped slope sportster from Alex Whittaker's drawing board. It was the free plan with RCM&E's Jan 2015 issue with a follow-up article in the new March issue. Easy to build, the model is a perfect sloper and handles a variety of conditions. Those who hate cutting ribs and formers will be pleased to know that a set of laser-cut parts and a wood completion set are available from the Plans Service.
Tony Nijhuis  |  Jul 15, 2009  |  0 comments
The DH Vampire plan and canopy can be purchased at www. myhobbystore. com Some of you may be thinking, "I'm sure I've seen this model before somewhere". .

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