Force 10 (oz12264)


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Force 10. Radio control sport model for IC ducted fan.

Hello, This is what I have on the 'Force 10' designed by Dan Marlowe.

Built up wooden construction, 55.5 inch wing span, 5 inch diameter fan, 65-.91 engines, plans show retract landing gear & flap details.
Best Wishes, Jeff Green in Las Vegas

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Force 10 (oz12264) by Dan Marlowe - model pic

  • (oz12264)
    Force 10
    by Dan Marlowe
    55in span
    IC R/C LowWing
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 03/06/2020
    Filesize: 1877KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: JeffGreen

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Printed out plans (had to split the pdf) and when printed the plans are reduced. Fan diameter is almost 3.5 inches.. Printing at 142 thru 142.8% percent of original yields 4.9” to 5.0” fan size…
Matt - 13/07/2021
Matt, the plan is indeed too small. The wing span is just 38 7/8 inches. An enlargement of 142.8% will bring the wing span to its stated 55 1/2 inches, but the duct diameter will still be too small. I'd suggest starting with the actual size of the fan and motor unit you intend to use and then scaling from there. If you supply your target dimensions, I'd be able to submit a correctly scaled plan that you can print and build from.
Jan Novick - 14/07/2021
Jan would you be able to scale this to fit a 40mm edf for me please?
Jason Miller - 23/07/2021
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