NAN 150 Tiny Tailless (oz12063)

 

NAN 150 Tiny Tailless (oz12063) by John Pool 1967 - plan thumbnail

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NAN 150 Tiny Tailless. Rubber sport model.

Quote: "Steve, Herewith the plan for N.A.N 150 Tiny Tailless, a tailless rubber model of 31 in span, by John Pool, of Yorkshire. Published in Tailless News No 7, 1989, also edited by John Pool, and previously in Northern Area News (N.A.N ) in 1967. The plan is complete, although compact, on 2 sides of A4, to suit the newsletter. Regards, Don"

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  • (oz12063)
    NAN 150 Tiny Tailless
    by John Pool
    1967 
    31in span
    Rubber F/F
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 30/03/2020
    Filesize: 803KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: DonThomson
    Downloads: 507

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Howdy Steve and Mary from Oklahoma USA! again...
As a retired aeroengineer I love oddball designs, the NAN 150 fits that bill. But it is a very busy, messy, slightly incomplete set of plans, so here is a picture of what the plans should look like (at least my best guess) if you tape them all together [pic 003]. I say incomplete because it is missing the fin mounting plate detail, and I still can't figure out the purpose or material of the lines running from the trailing edge of one rib, to the leading edge of the next.
To get my results you need to print:
3 copies of page one the proper way around,
2 copies of page two also the right way,
and 2 copies of page one as mirror image.
For us Yanks the drawing comes out nicely as single sheets on 11 x 17.
Thank you again for all your hard, dedicated work at keeping your site up, running and fresh.
Tom Solinski - 09/04/2020
I think the lines running from te of rib to le of rib are also ribs. It is a geodetic or criss cross rib structure.
M Hodgson - 09/04/2020
I don't think there is a fin mounting plate.
The rear bamboo peg fits into the tube on the rear end of fuselage. The front piece of 1/32" ply slots into the sheeting above the rear rubber peg, it mentions sheet top only on the plan.
I suspect you cover the fus and fin first then slot them together an glue.
M Hodgson - 09/04/2020
Take a look at one of John Pool's other designs Never Forget (oz9096) and all will be revealed!
Chris Pinn - 10/04/2020
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