Zue

 

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Zue  
by Bill Wischer
from American Modeler
May 1961 
54in span
Tags: IC R/C
all formers complete :)
got article :)


Submitted to Outerzone: 14/12/2014
Outerzone planID: oz6208 | Filesize: 1966KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: GlynnFurr

   

About this Plan

Zue - Radio control model.

Quote: - "Although 'Zue' was designed as a contest model, she's a sport flier as well. Basically, Zue is an expendable type, not too elaborate or expensive. Maneouverable and light, yet she is rugged enough to withstand rough landings and high speed ...Zue would fly nicely with a .19 engine, and with a K&B .35 R/C is definitely over-powered , but a reliable throttle control make sit a fairly mild airplane..."

Steve, Here is a plan for the ZUE designed by Bill Wischer. I got this plan from John Pond about 20 years ago. My first digital proportional airplane was a Goldberg Falcon 56 with a RCM digitrio back in '67. I read back in the '80s that Bill's wife Margaret (Dolly) designed the Super Zue for a proportional radio that she also designed. Goldberg modified the Super Zue for the Falcon 56. Thanks again.

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Update 10/05/2017: added article, thanks to RFJ.

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Bill Wischer was actually the son of Bob and Dolly Wischer. Many consider the Zue to be the epitome of rudder-only design in the US.
anon - 11/01/2015
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