Roter Milan (oz11241)


Roter Milan (oz11241) by Gerd Lang from FMT 1989 - plan thumbnail

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Roter Milan (Red Kite). Radio control sport model.

Wingspan 2050 mm.

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Update 22/09/2019: Added article, in German, thanks to Axel_VPF.

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Roter Milan (oz11241) by Gerd Lang from FMT 1989 - model pic

  • (oz11241)
    Roter Milan
    by Gerd Lang
    from FMT
    December 1989 
    81in span
    Glider R/C
    all formers complete :)
    got article :)
  • Submitted: 24/05/2019
    Filesize: 292KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: KaoruKiyose

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Roter Milan as-is produced a wingspan less than half size. Took some computer magic ( not mine ) to reach about 78". I also got a smaller version. Pretty neat. This is me discovering where the comments come from.
So, no way to thank you for all your hard work or tell you how much it means. I hope your family is well and that you prosper for all your kindness.
Glenn Phipps - 23/10/2019
many of the old FMT plans are reduced by 1/3 for printing purpose(mentioned in the german text) so if you print it at 100% you only get a span of about 52". If you want 81" then use 81/52 x 100% printing scale
KLH - 23/10/2019
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