AS 25 2600 (oz13040)


AS 25 2600 (oz13040) by Laurent Legeay 2011 - plan thumbnail

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AS-25 2600. Radio control sailplane model. Wingspan 2600 mm.

The original 1942 designed AS 25 (oz13031) was a 74 inch free flight model. This here is modern redrawn version, enlarged for RC.

Direct submission to Outerzone.

Quote: "Hi, As promised, here are the plans for the 2.6 m (102 in) wingspan AS-25 RC. RC 4-way, ailerons, elevator, drift and tow hook. There are some photos, plans in PDF and DXF format. Cordially, Laurent"

Update 19/05/2021: Replaced the CAD zipfile with a revised version, thanks to Laurent.

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AS 25 2600 (oz13040) by Laurent Legeay 2011 - model pic

  • (oz13040)
    AS 25 2600
    by Laurent Legeay
    102in span
    Glider R/C
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 16/05/2021
    Filesize: 541KB
    Format: • PDFvector • CADfile
    Credit*: LaurentLegeay

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Laurent. Super thanks for sharing so my enlarged AS14 CAD Design is not alone here ;-). You build a beautifull plane also one of my favorites. Cheers,
Matzito - 16/05/2021
I concur. Looking at the drawings I see sensible and meticulous design, surely a large number of hours to design the immense variety of components. Looking at the photos what I see is the painstaking assembly of those complex and individually fragile components into a very elegant ensemble. Each engineered part was machined into a sculpture; of course there is much to thank CNC for all this, but the thought behind the machine is what really counts :-)
The only negative thing I can say is that the designer decided to forget the original outboard leading edge slats which would be another challenge. This is a chicken-like thing to do, but really I don't know if they would be of any benefit :-))
Miguel - 19/05/2021
Thank you Matitzo and Miguel for your feedback. The parts were not cut at the CNC, but indeed by hand. For the RC version, I did not make the leading edge slats because I think they are useless.
Matitzo, your AS14 is really great too.
Laurent - 19/05/2021
No CNC, all by hand? I appreciate your skills already, now this piece of information propels my admiration even higher! May your blades never become blunt :-)
Miguel - 28/05/2021
Do you have any CAD files for the movable rudder?
Maciej - 12/06/2021
Just a quick question , a lot of the former's are specified as CTP is that light ply or regular Birch plywood?
Henry - 12/06/2021
Henry, CTP is closer to Baltic Birch. I have some 1/8", 1/4" and 1/2" Baltic and the outer layers are wood with the inner some sort of wood product, possibly sawdust and glue. The stuff is heavy, the 1/2" is seven layers with two of the inner ones seemingly wood, and the 1/8" and 1/4" are three layers.
Bill - 13/06/2021
CTP is simply the abbreviation for the french "contreplaquƩ" meaning plywood. It does not say what plywood...
Lorenz Mueller - 15/11/2021
Any info on how the fuselage was stained? I'd like to duplicate that.
Lewis Lingwood - 17/06/2022
Lewis, I have made a 'tea' from a teabag in the thinner then mixed that into the dope. Should work with anything similar to get the older antique look. Also have a can of 10 year old nitrate dope that has oxidized to a light tan color so I get the same effect regardless.
See (oz1429) photos 03 and 04 for my Roaring 20s done this way.
Bill - 18/06/2022
Thanks Bill. A good idea. I was thinking of shaping a foam plug for each panel section then covered with a thin veneer. I also thought of printing wood grain to tissue and applying to the plug. Your idea is a lot easier.
Lewis Lingwood - 29/06/2022
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