Adler (oz11018)


Adler (oz11018) by F Reiss from Sperle Modellbau 1952 - plan thumbnail

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Adler. Free flight glider model. Wingspan 1970mm.

Note the plan shows parts at 1:1 scale, layout at 1:2.5 scale.

Sheet two includes full build instructions, in German.

Quote: "Dear Outerzone. Very many thanks for the wonderful website. Attached are a few plans that I do not think are listed .. more to follow... Thanks again, Best Wishes, Ian H"

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Adler (oz11018) by F Reiss from Sperle Modellbau 1952 - model pic

  • (oz11018)
    by F Reiss
    from Sperle Modellbau
    May 1952 
    76in span
    Glider F/F
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 18/03/2019
    Filesize: 1225KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: IanH

Adler (oz11018) by F Reiss from Sperle Modellbau 1952 - pic 003.jpg

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On March 18th 2019 you published a plan of the "Adler". I would like to add some information about the model. It was constructed by Friedrich Reiss in 1952 and the plan was distributed by Sperl Modellbau a long time ago. The Austrian Adolf Helfert reconstructed the model and modified some parts for RC and he also offered a cnc milled set of plywood parts which were distributed by Fa. Kirchert in Vienna. A couple of years ago I built an "Adler" myself [model photo & more pics 003]. As far as I know, 25 to 30 modified Adlers were built in Austria and are (hopefully) still flying. Best regards from Austria.
Franz_Winkelbauer - 30/03/2019
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