Gross Wing Half A (oz12989)


Gross Wing Half A (oz12989) by Eut Tileston 1988 - plan thumbnail

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Gross Wing 1/2 A. Free flight power model. Pusher layout.

Note the 72 inch Gross Flying Wing (oz12976) was originally designed in 1941 by Bernard Gross. This here is a later redrawn plan, by Eut Tileston in 1988, showing a reduced scale version at wingspan 50 in, for 1/2A engines.

Quote: "Prepared using information and photo from Air Trails Jan 1942 & 1948. Eut Tileston, 1988."

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  • (oz12989)
    Gross Wing Half A
    by Eut Tileston
    50in span
    IC F/F Pusher
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 16/04/2021
    Filesize: 528KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: TomRyan
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Eut Tileston won a lot of contests in the eighties with his 1/2A Gross. This was pre-computer radio days. On the 80in enlargement, he had sliding trays. On this one, he held the transmitter at a 45 deg angle to achieve the mixing. Orientation on the horizon could be difficult if you had short term memory issues.
John - 01/05/2021
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