Fokker DVII (oz13028)

 

Fokker DVII (oz13028) from Robbe 1974 - plan thumbnail

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Fokker DVII. Radio control sport scale model, for 4 channels. Wingspan 1282 mm.

Quote: "The Fokker D VII is an almost perfectly faithful reproduction of the original. It is equipped with ailerons. Depending on the layout and engine power, it can be used as a training model, display model or aerobatic model. The construction is simple. The modeler even with little experience, can build the Fokker without great difficulty. Construction plans, at a 1:1 scale, attached to the Robbe construction box, serving as a construction schedule. The nomenclature of the individual parts roughly corresponds to the order of assembly. We strongly recommend that you always have the assembly instructions on hand while building the model..."

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Instructions, in German and French.

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Fokker DVII (oz13028) from Robbe 1974 - model pic

Datafile:
  • (oz13028)
    Fokker DVII
    from Robbe (ref:3172)
    1974 
    50in span
    Scale IC R/C Biplane Military Fighter Kit
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 06/05/2021
    Filesize: 430KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: HanspeterFitz

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User comments

Hi Steve and Mary, here are two pictures [main pic, 005] of my old Robbe Fokker DVII (oz13028). I have it for 47 years now, still using the same Webra 40RC engine and it is still a great airplane to fly. Regards,
tiptipflyer - 14/05/2021
Hi Steve and Mary, thank you for your website, I check it daily for any models I might like to build. Over the years I have built more than ten planes from plans on the site all have been fun to build and fly. I had my photocopy man print off oz13028 including the instructions which are in German and French. I could probably battle on and just work off the plan, but an English version of the instructions would be helpful, is there any way of asking the contributor whether he could produce an English version? Many thanks and keep the plans coming.
Tony Benham - 24/05/2021
Thanks, Tony. I am guessing that there simply were no English instructions for this kit. But it's worth asking the question. Does anyone out there have an English version? Or can anyone translate the 3 pages of text instructions?
SteveWMD - 24/05/2021
Perhaps Google Translate will provide most of the required information?
G York - 26/05/2021
Thanks for the offer. Just send us that in here once you've done the OCR and the translation, then checked through it. Great stuff.
SteveWMD - 26/05/2021
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