Monthly Archives: December 2011

3 View Plans

I decided to work on a Beechcraft Sierra. My usual work routine is to use Google to search for a 3-view drawing that I can work with. I load the drawing into the sketches in DAM, and use them to … Continue reading

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Trike Powered Glider

On my farm in NE Ohio I occasionally see one of the local farm boys flying over the back of the property in his trike powered glider. What fun that must be! If I were just a little crazier… I … Continue reading

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DAM Yaneec E430

The Yaneec E430 is a very interesting modern Chinese design. The high aspect ratio wing, V-tail and all composite construction come together in a simple functional appearance. The aircraft is a two seater that first flew in 2009. It has … Continue reading

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DAM P51D Mustang

You know how some aircraft make you feel there isn’t a thing you would do in a million years to change them? Their proportions and profile are perfect? They have exactly the right lines and “attitude”? For me the P51D … Continue reading

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DAM DH2

The DH2 was designed by Geoffrey de Havilland. It featured a rear mounted engine and pusher prop configuration. Since the British had not yet developed an interrupter gear to synchronize machine gun fire with the propeller, this helped the pilot … Continue reading

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Dramatic RC Pilot Viewpoint

When you make a new model and take it to the flying field, your view of the model is from the default pilot’s position. This is the view of the new model Nieuport 28 as you will see when you … Continue reading

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DAM Nieuport 28

I just finished and uploaded a model of the Nieuport 28 to the website user’s area. This is a classic military plane from the World War I. There are two Nieuport 28’s that are very famous, the one flown by … Continue reading

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