Dino 2300 (oz12455)


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About this Plan

Dino 2300. Radio control sailplane model. Wingspan 2300 mm. For 3 channels.

Update 09/09/2020: Added Modelhob catalog pages (Spanish text), thanks to RFJ.

Quote (google-translated from the Spanish): "In the design of the UNO 2300, the complete pre-assembly of the fuselage with balsa wood and top-quality plywood stands out for its importance, for which the most modern construction techniques have been used, with excellent results lightness and resistance.

The wings, cut in POREX and veneered with balsa wood, have the interior transmission system installed. The stabilizers are profiled with a 6% symmetrical profile, as well as the rudder.

The high degree of prefabrication of this model allows it to be put into flight in a few hours of work at a very low price.

Aerodynamically it has been studied to achieve a trainer with ailerons, with a stable and safe flight, both on the flat and on the slope."

Update 2/7/2023: Replaced this plan with a clearer copy, thanks to Stephane Leboeuf.

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User comments

New build in 2022 from a Kit [main pic]. Best regards,
Mirko Sommerfeld - 10/01/2023
I have an original, flown many times on slope with one attempt at bungee. It's HEAVY. The broad chord makes for a ship that won't roll quickly either.
I mod'd mine for flaps which turned out to be a wise move as the flat bottom airfoil doesn't move well adding a couple of degrees of recamber or programming in with the elevator makes it much more responsive.
If I were to redo the kit I would add a much higher Phillips Entry, make the ailerons 2/3 of the span and the added flaps only 1/3, or reprogram (add a servo) to make the flaps as flaperons.
It'd still be heavy - but it does turn heads on the slope!
Mike Kimball - 02/03/2024
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