Cox Fun Model (oz12718)
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Cox Fun Model. Radio control aerobatic trainer model. Wingspan 66.4 cm for .049 engines.
Direct submission to Outerzone.
Quote: "Hello Mary, I hope you and your loved ones are doing well. Attached is a note and a plan for you, to share in OUTERZONE! Merry Christmas, greetings, Mauricio from Argentina."
Quote: "Hello Mary, I hope you and your loved ones are doing well. I am sending you this material, which is my own design.
Brief introducton: I thought of a model that would allow me to perform many acrobatc maneuvers, that would be very stable in its fight, that could fly at high and low speed, in addition to being propelled by an engine glow and that this is a Cox .049, since it is one of the most world-known engines, also to the list of objectives, I wanted it to be totally transportable and I got to work on the drawing board.
After making some pencil and paper drawings, the desired model was born, which I called Cox Fun Model. The model was successful. He can perform all kinds of stunts and will give you a lot of satisfaction.
It can even be an excellent model for learning how to do some low-cost aerobatics. The message is: 'You can, you can do it!'
Design and Adaptation: Mauricio Bertello.
Drew: Horacio Banus.
Collaboraton: Roberto Ishkanian.
Type: Aerobatic training for radio control.
Length: 557 mm.
Weight: 320/350 grams in flying order.
Motor: Glow .049 / .051 / .061 or equivalent in electric.
Channels: 4 - 6 micro servos.
To Mr. Horacio Banús (Argentina), for making the drawing on a computer and thus sharing it with the world.
To Mr. Roberto Ishkanian (Argentina) for his collaboraton with this idea.
To Cox Engines Forum (USA): https://www.coxengineforum.com/ for being an International forum with excellent quality of people from all over the world, willing to help and improve continuously.
To Outerzone (UK): https://outerzone.co.uk/ for giving us the possibility of accessing thousands of plans that allow us to fulfill our dreams by creating and enjoying each step, collaborating from that place to a better quality of life.
Construction steps: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P-JZvHZK80E
Flight with Cox Babe Bee .049 R/C engine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7TfCVFQJIG0
Flight with Cox Medallion .049 R/C engine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Up_cvR6EXs
Greetings and thank you very much Mary, my special thanks!
Mauricio Bertello, Argentina."
Update 31/03/2021: Added CAD file (dwg format) thanks to Jose.
Quote: "Hello, my name is José, a pleasure to greet you, on your page there are many planes of planes in particular, I like those with the Cox 049 engine, I recently saw one of the model (Cox Fun Model) so I took the time to get the plane In file (DWG) you can open it in Nanocad and Autocad and I thought that this file could help. I will attach the file, greetings!"
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