"Aeromodeller"....INSPIRATIE ALBUM.

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  1. Énke Blériot

    Énke Blériot Moderator Moderator team Vriend van modelbouwforum.nl The First Aviators

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    Januari 1950, Rudder Bug:

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    Februari 1950, Sporty:

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    Maart 1950,

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    Mei 1950, zie FFP thema



    Juni 1950, NVT



    Juli 1950, Roll-out DHZ + Ercoupe:

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    Augustus 1950, Manx Monarch:

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    Oktober 1950, Aarne Ellila opnieuw wereldkampioen wakefield:

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    November 1950, Tomboy:

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  2. Énke Blériot

    Énke Blériot Moderator Moderator team Vriend van modelbouwforum.nl The First Aviators

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  3. Énke Blériot

    Énke Blériot Moderator Moderator team Vriend van modelbouwforum.nl The First Aviators

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  4. Énke Blériot

    Énke Blériot Moderator Moderator team Vriend van modelbouwforum.nl The First Aviators

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    1953 + 1954

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    Juni 1953, Sid Allen Wereldkampioen Rc 1953

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    Juli 1953, PAAgeboy

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    September 1953, Roll-out Dr. Bruno Hook, Vic Smeed Pushy-cat and kitten.

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    Vic Smeed's 1953 Bowden Trophy Winner. A 44 inch pusher sport model for engines up to 1 cc. Super-stable, this is the 'plane for perfect r.o.g. take-off and landing.
    Just about all of a model's ailments centre around, or affect, the CG. To design a trouble-free model is therefore simple - don't let it have a CG. Pushy-Cat is one model which definitely hasn't one, for although it balances where indicated on the plan, the vertical factors bring the true CG to a position almost one inch outside the airframe, in thin air! Does this produce visions of the model scudding away and leaving its CG standing!
    Seriously, Pushy-Cat is an attempt to get out of the rut while still retaining reasonably simple construction, easy trimming, and good flight characteristics. The appearance is not far from scale (remember the Scheldemeuw and the Carden-Baynes?) and the layout is of particular interest to concours builders, since the only part of the model likely to be affected by fuel is the leading edge of the fin, and the all-sheet fuselage offers an excellent base on which to build up a high finish.
    The configuration also lends itself to flying-boat $daptation, and a suggested removable shoe " is shown on the plan.
    One minor snag is that rotary-valve motors will require a left-hand air-screw, since they will not run backwards A plastic prop of suitable diameter can be warmed in an oven until soft enough to be twisted to reverse pitch, or a wooden prop carved from a beech blank as illustrated, which takes less than twenty minutes, Side port engines, such as the Mills .75 used on the original, can use an ordinary airscrew put on back-to-front, the engine being run in the opposite direction from normal.
    Building the model is very straightforward: use softish balsa and keep colour-doping to a minimum if a .5 motor is to be used. Space bearers as required, but check propeller clearance. The cabin top front and rear engine fairing are the only awkward spots...


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  5. Ton van Munsteren

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    Juli 1968


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  6. Ton van Munsteren

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  8. Énke Blériot

    Énke Blériot Moderator Moderator team Vriend van modelbouwforum.nl The First Aviators

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    In dit thema blok gaan we de schijnwerpers richten op een aantal WWI diesel kissies...en zoals iemand het noemde de DDP= Diesel Dawn Patrol.

    Veel inspiratie gewenst





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  9. Énke Blériot

    Énke Blériot Moderator Moderator team Vriend van modelbouwforum.nl The First Aviators

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    Hier zitten er een paar hele mooie tussen...

     
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  10. Rick NL

    Rick NL The First Aviators

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    DDP Thema, Morane- Saulnier

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    Scale parasol model for FF or single channel RC
    Engine with .5 - .75cc

    The Morane Saulnier Type L was a French designed and built aircraft of World War I, powered by an 80 hp. Le-Rhone engine. It had a span of 34 feet and length of 20 feet 9 inches. The model is of 1-inch-to-l-foot scale, differences from true scale being increased tailplane and rudder area and the inclusion of dihedral on the wings, these changes being made for stability reasons. The particular aircraft depicted, No 3253, was that in which Flight Lieutenant Warneford of the Royal Naval Air Service destroyed the German Zeppelin LZ37 on June 7, 1915 - for which he was awarded the VC.

    Building: Wings and tailplane are built over the plan in the usual manner, care being taken to avoid warps. The wing halves are joined by dihedral keepers before covering. The king-post structure on the center-section and the rigging eyes on outer panels are added after covering.

    Fuselage construction is commenced with a sub-assembly of engine bearer and formers F1, F2 and F3, these formers being complete with their 'wire-work.' Use a good hardwood glue on this sub-assembly. It is assumed that the builder has decided upon the escapement that he favors and also the engine. Former F4 will be modified to mount the escapement and engine hearer and F1 to suit engine mounting. The 1/16 in sheet fuselage sides are now added to this sub-assembly, other formers and the tail block finish the basic fuselage, which is then completed as per drawing. Note that top sheeting aft of cockpits is not done until the torque-rod assembly has been completed and operation of escapement checked.

    The design is sufficiently versatile to allow any suitable miniature receiver, DEAC cells or pencells to be fitted at the dis-cretion of the builder. In any case, foam rubber packing should suffice.

    The cowling presents no difficulty if built like a drum and then finished to shape. More experienced modellers may prefer to make it from aluminum or fiber-glass. It is an advantage on a cowled engine to use an extension compression screw for a diesel motor (such motors are popular in England, where our model was built - Editor) or for a glow motor to make two permanent wire connections, one to the plug, the other to the crank-case. These leads run to a miniature socket mounted in any convenient place on the fuselage side. In this way the cowling line is not spoiled by large holes for clips and damage from their use.

    Your choice of engine should lean toward reliability rather than high power because the model is basically a sport type.

    The rigging on the top surface is permanent, while that from the undersurface is attached by hook and rubber band to the vee-member from F3. On the full-size machine the wings were warped for control purposes by means of these wires, warping taking the place of ailerons (a common practice in the early days).

    The undercarriage is hinged on the rear legs at F3 and is strapped to the dowel on F2 by rubber bands.

    Examination of World War I aircraft indicates that finish was rough - whether a judge appreciates this fact is another matter. The standard of finish therefore is up to the individual. The cream color is intended to represent a fabric which has been doped, varnished and aged. The fully finished model should balance where indicated and initial gliding trials are recommended to correct the CG position prior to power flight. Wing loading is fairly light and the complete model should weigh about 12 oz.

    Lightweight tissue was used for covering, with two coats of thinned clear, and two of thinned color dope."
     
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  11. Ecstacy

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    DDP Thema, Nieuport 17


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  12. Énke Blériot

    Énke Blériot Moderator Moderator team Vriend van modelbouwforum.nl The First Aviators

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    DDP Thema, Vervolg Sopwith Pup:


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    en alvast een vingeroefening voor de bouw van een Sopwith Pup op schaal 1:10, een mooie laserkit van Grüner CNC:

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  14. Ecstacy

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    DDP Thema, Spad S-7 C. I. Scout:

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  15. janhein

    janhein The First Aviators

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    ik heb deze plan_details.asp momenteel op de teken tafel liggen, als fun fly modelletje. maar als er een mooi ontworpen schaal model van komt houd ik me warm aanbevolen. moet ik alleen weer op zoek naar een nieuw dieseltje , ben gelukkig wel bijna jarig dus dat moet goed komen ;-)

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    Colorful scale biplanes have appeal, especially when free of drag provoking brace wires like the Fokker D.VII which ranks highest in popularity among the 1914-18 warplanes.
    This version was first built early this year by H Ward of Weston Controliners, and established itself as a contest stunter when demonstrated at the South Western Area and Bath Rallies. It deviates from scale only in tail areas and wing section; but we know for certain that its profile is quite accurate.
    Competitive control-liners will find this design an answer to their quest for the ideal scale stunter. Scale contests have been won either on fly-ability or on scale points: but rarely on a good proportion of the two. This job, with any powerful motor between 3.5 cc and 5 cc will do anything in the book except square maneouvres, and get maximum marks every time for its accuracy to scale.
    CONSTRUCTION:
    Fuselage. Cement bulkheads to crutch members inserting fuel tank between bulkheads 2 and 3. Glue in engine bearers. Mount engine, connect fuel tank and glue on nose block and radiator. Mount control plate. Cement in dummy engine. Fix hardwood sternpost and tailskid. Do not sheet fuselage at this stage.
    Wings. Make plywood or metal templates of tip and root ribs. Sandwich sufficient rib blanks between templates. Trim and sandpaper to shape. Mount ribs on mainspars which have already been tapered towards the tips, and insert ply stiffeners. Add tapered leading edge and trailing edge. Add wing tips. Scallop trailing edge between ribs by means of sandpaper wrapped around chisel or screwdriver handle. Finish wing with fine sandpaper.
    Tailplane and Elevators. Cut from .3/16 inch medium sheet. Sandpaper smooth, streamline leading edge and trailing edge of elevators. Groove leading edge of elevators to take elevator connecting rod. Assemble elevator connecting rod and elevator horn, Push sharpened ends into elevators and fix by means of tape or cloth hinges. Ensure easy movement.
    Cement lower wing to unsheeted fuselage. Assemble undercarriage and fix to bulkheads 2 and 3. Cement tailplane on. Connect up control plate and elevators by means of control rod, cement main centre section struts firmly to faces of bulkheads. Sheet fuselage and undercarriage fairings. Fix in remainder of centre section struts. Mount guns, etc. Cement interplane struts into lower wing. Mount upper wing in place. Block extremities of struts firmly into place using plenty of cement. Cement on tailplane struts.
    Covering and Finishing. Give fuselage two coats of clear dope, sanding after each coat. Cover with Modelspan, sanding again with very fine sandpaper. Cover flying surfaces with one thickness of Modeispan eliminating all wrinkles. Give wings two coats of clear dope. Colour dope to suit individual fancy using masking tape wherever possible. It is worthwhile to do some research and ascertain actual colour schemes used, All black crosses to have white outline or background. Struts, radiator and undercarriage legs black. Guns and engine silver and black. Carve pilot from soft block, paint appropriately and cement in place. If using glowplug motor give coat of fuel proofer, although for scale effect model should not have glossy finish.
    Flying. Ensure model weighs no more than 24 oz and balances of centre of gravity as shown. Fly on 60 ft steel lines. Model will take itself off with very slight 'up' movement. It flies fast at about 66 mph, but handles easily and well. All manoeuvres can be carried out with normal control handle movement. Do not over control. When motor cuts, put nose down and level off at about 3 ft off ground. Model will laud itself with neutral elevator control. For stunting, ensure fuel feed is on level with needle valve and that controls are free and easy. Do not be afraid to stunt to the limit. Providing the power is there, the model will do all it is asked."



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  16. beemstra

    beemstra The First Aviators

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    DDP THEMA, Koolhoven FK-8

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  17. Ton van Munsteren

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    DDP Thema, Bristol Scout Monoplane



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    DDP Thema, De Havilland DH-1:



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    DDP Thema, Sopwith 1 1/2 Strutter

    Deze komt niet uit de Aeromodeller maar komt voort uit inspiratie uit dit draadje :yes:
    Ik heb voor de Sopwith 1 1/2 Strutter, de voorganger van de Pup altijd een zwak gehad.
    Eenvoudig vliegende kist, zelfs voor free flight en rudder only.
    In de 'Scale International' van 1998 zat een free plan van Dale Tattum, kist met een spanwijdte van 1,19m
    Licht gebouwd en past in jullie idee
    Ik zou een freesfile van de ribben en riblets kunnen maken voor de liefhebbers.
    Verder zal het toch als de meeste WW1 kisten evengoed aardig wat werk zijn deze te bouwen

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  20. Énke Blériot

    Énke Blériot Moderator Moderator team Vriend van modelbouwforum.nl The First Aviators

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    Sopwith Dolphin

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