CB 6 (oz12960)


CB 6 (oz12960) 1943 - plan thumbnail

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CB 6. Simple rubber sport model. Beginner's model. Wingspan 40 cm.

Note this is a modern redrawn plan by Alain Gless in 2019, as hosted at the excellent Clap54 site, see http://clap54b.free.fr/vollibre/musee/musee.htm

Update 10/06/2021: Added alternate scan of the original plan drawing, thanks to Olivier. Note this is a low resolution plan, in greyscale at 100 dpi.

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CB 6 (oz12960) 1943 - model pic


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CB 6 (oz12960) 1943 - pic 005.jpg
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User comments

I can kludge my way through most of this French plan, for example the wood dimensions are clearly in millimetres. The 10/10 and 8/10 measurements for sheet and wire are leaving me a little lost though. I know what sizes I would use but was wondering if someone could help with what the plan really says there.
Tim - 17/04/2021
I believe the measurements are referenced as tenths of a milimeter. 8/10 would be 0.8mm (~ 0.030in, 20awg); 10/10 would be 1mm (~ 0.040in, 18awg). For balsa size, 1mm lies just between 1/32 and 3/64 of an inch. I hope this helps.
Jan Novick - 17/04/2021
Added pic of CB6 box art [pic 003], thanks to OlivierAubard.
SteveWMD - 30/04/2021
Hello both, here are the pictures of my C.B 6 that I just finished [main pic, 004]. Plus one with the C.B 23, its big brother [005, 006]. Friendly regards. Good luck to you ;-)
Olivier Aubard - 14/05/2021
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