Baby Stick oz10539


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Submitted to Outerzone: 07/10/2018
Outerzone planID: oz10539 | Filesize: 204KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: PeterGregory


About this Plan

Baby Stick. Radio control sport plane for 1/2A power, and 2 to 4 channels.

Quote: "Early RC Models Baby Stick Assembly Manual. The Baby Stick was designed to give the same flight characteristics as the full size Ugly Stick (oz5175) designed by Phil Kraft. This version is a direct scale-downed design of his original. The baby Stick has flown with a Black Widow .049 and 2 channel up to a Norvel .074 with 4 channels. The plans show either 1 central servo for ailerons or 2 separate micro servos, one per aileron. This allows mixing for flaperons and some crazy flight maneuvers! We hope you enjoy your Baby Stick as much as we have ours!

Wing Assembly. 1. Place wax paper over the plans to prevent glue from sticking to plans. Lay out bottom wing spar. Cut the 3 in wide 1/16 balsa sheet into 4 pieces, 1-3/16 in wide. Pin in location for the trailing edge. Tack glue wing ribs in proper locations. Add the top spars and 3/16 balsa leading edge. See Pictures A and B..."

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Supplementary files

Manual. 5 pages, includes photos.
Parts List.


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oz10539 datafile

Baby Stick  
by Bob Harris
from Early RC Models
34in span
Tags: IC R/C
all formers complete :)



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