Tipsy Nipper Mk2

 

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Tipsy Nipper Mk2  
by Bryce Petersen
from RCMplans (ref:546)
December 1973 
54in span
Tags: Scale IC R/C Civil
all formers complete :)
got article :)


Submitted to Outerzone: 17/04/2015
Outerzone planID: oz6564 | Filesize: 750KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: theshadow

   

About this Plan

Tipsy Nipper MkII - Stand-off scale model for .29 to .45 power.

Quote: - "To me the deisgn is perfect for modeling. It is round in the right places for beauty and square in the right places for construction. The shoulder wing must be removed and requires tight fitting. It is the only factor that keeps it out of the beginner's class. The foam wing is simple to cut and is cored out in the centre for lightness..."

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User comments

No wing dihedral mentioned in the plan ?
AKNagar - 03/07/2017
About the dihedral angle: yardstick wing spar looks doubled at the central section, like for a dihedral brace. The correct angle could be traced following the bottom contour of F19 and F18 formers.
pit - 04/07/2017
The wing tip position is drawn on the elevation, therefore as long as the plan scales correctly at 1:1 (easily checked from the o/a dimensions printed on it) the dihedral can be measured directly.
Skippy - 04/07/2017
Dihedral on a Tipsy Nipper is 5 degrees 30 minutes on each wing panel.
anon - 04/07/2017
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