Minimoa oz1033

 

Minimoa - plan thumbnail image

Minimoa - completed model photo

This plan was found online 08/05/2011 at: http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1265873&page=251
Outerzone planID: oz1033 | Filesize: 218KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: Planeman

   

About this Plan

Minimoa - the famous 1930s German sailplane by Keil-Kraft. This version of the Minimoa plan has re-drawn wing ribs.

Quote: "There have been some complaints that the ribs taken from the kit were not sized correctly and in addition appeared to have a somewhat bizarre airfoil. After some discussion online it was decided to add an extra set of ribs with an Eiffle 400 airfoil fitted to each rib position on the plan. This copy of the Keil Kraft Minimoa plan has this addition."

Update 30/11/11: johnwynn40 mailed in to say: I have my original minimoa and the wing section is as the lower right ones recommended. I dont know where you got the strange ones as shown on the top right!.

Update 14/06/2013: Added original printwood scan, thanks to vintage1.

Supplementary files

Printwood scan.

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oz1033 datafile

Minimoa  
from Keil Kraft
50in span
Tags: Scale Glider F/F
all formers complete :)

 

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User comments

last new formed rib is to small, Steve.
anon - 07/07/2015
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