Super Star (oz11522)
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Super Star. Radio control sport-scale aerobatic model. Wingspan 185 cm.
Quote: "One more for Outerzone. Semi-scale Super Star by Henry Haigh, model was powered by OS 120 Surpass for a flying weight of 4,8 kg. Published in Eco Model in 1989.
Ciao, Beppe Ghisleri"
Note the 'original' drawing here is the CAD zip download. That's the file that Giuseppe sent us, and that is his design, his work. The PDF file you see here, conversely, is only a pale reflection of the CAD drawing. That's because I made it, from the CAD file, just so that we have a PDF file in this slot, for Oz users who don't have CAD software or a CAD viewer. But exporting from CAD to PDF is not my greatest skill, so if anyone out there can create a better, clearer PDF file from this, we'll happily use that. Steve. [edit: this is fixed now]
Direct submission to Outerzone.
Update 13/09/2019: Replaced the export pdf file with a much better one at correct scale, thanks to BryanHester.
Update 28/09/2020: Replaced the export pdf file (again) with a clearer version, thanks to Miguel.
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- Super Star (oz11522)
- Plan File Filesize: 724KB Filename: Super_Star_oz11522.pdf
- Supplement Filesize: 565KB Filename: Super_Star_oz11522_previous_1.pdf
- Supplement Filesize: 251KB Filename: Super_Star_oz11522_previous_2.pdf
- CAD Zip Filesize: 381KB Filename: Super_Star_oz11522_cad.zip
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