Extra 260 (oz11252)
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Extra 260. Radio control scale model. Wingspan 94in (238cm). Scale is 31%.
This plan is a free download from the Flying Giants forum thread: "31% Extra 260 - Building from scratch" dated 2008 by Rodrigo Maia at https://www.flyinggiants.com/forums/showthread.php?t=32191
That build thread is a great resource (all of the model pics here on this page were found there) with a detailed record of the designer's build process, and includes lots of great information along with more excellent pics.
Quote: "Extra 260 31%. Designed by: Rodrigo Mercê Maia. This is the package for the plans of this model aircraft. It's 94 inch span and intended for engines in the 50 to 85cc range. My protoype used a DA-50 and the final AUW ended up at about 19 lb.
The 'LaserCutParts' DXF file [see inside CAD zipfile] contains all the parts intended to be laser cut. You can then split the parts according to the needs of the laser cutter you will be using. The DXF units is milimeters. See also 'LaserPartsGuide' PDF, a 'printout' of the laser parts with labels explaining what wood type and the general group of the parts. You can print it if you want, but it's there more for on-screen reference.
The 'PartsFullSize' PDF contains all the laser cut parts split into separate sheets (varying in size) and printed with 1:1 scale. These files are to be used in case you wish to manually cut the parts. The fuselage parts are all intended to be cut from 1/8 in Lite Ply.
The plans themselves [main planfile, 3 sheets] don't contain any labels, but I hope all the pictures posted on the build thread in the FlyingGiants site help to understand the build. You can also post any questions you have regarding the build, as well get more info about it there. The link is:
Best regards, Rodrigo"
Supplementary file notes
Parts Full Size.
Laser Parts Guide.
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by Rodrigo Maia
Scale IC R/C LowWing Civil
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- Extra 260 (oz11252)
- Plan File Filesize: 201KB Filename: Extra_360_oz11252.pdf
- Supplement Filesize: 138KB Filename: Extra_360_oz11252_LaserPartsGuide.pdf
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