DG-67 (oz10852)

 

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About this Plan

DG-67. Velegiatorre Scuola. Towline glider model, originally designed and published 1941. This here is a later version adapted for RC in 1989, and titled: Oldtimer Segelflugzeug DG 67 RC.

Quote: "Progetto Dorio Giulio 1941. Elaborata RC 1986, GA Falchi, Bergamo."

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Update 01/02/2019: Added article, thanks to Uwe.

Update 20/03/2019: Replaced this plan with a version that shows both FF and RC model, thanks to KaoruKiyose, rchopper56.

Scan from KaoruKiyose, cleanup by rchopper56.

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Supplementary file notes

Article, in German.

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DG-67 - completed model photo

Datafile:
  • (oz10852)
    DG-67
    by Guilio Dorio
    from FMT
    July 1989 
    69in span
    Tags: Glider R/C
    all formers complete :)
    got article :)
  • Submitted: 23/01/2019
    Filesize: 327KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: KaoruKiyose, rchopper56

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User comments

Very nice looking glider with a large rudder and a flying stabilizer. A lot of plywood is used, wonder if the longerons are something other than balsa.
rchopper56 - 01/02/2019
The material list says that the longerons are from 3mm x 5mm pine.
ChrisPinn - 01/02/2019
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