Naurdycq (oz13351)


Naurdycq (oz13351) by Emmanuel Fillon from MRA 1973 - plan thumbnail

About this Plan

Naurdycq (Nordic). Free flight glider model. Wingspan 230 cm.

Note this plan is dervived from the raw scan at AF site (see datafile) along with the linked MRA article pages from the RCB site, which show wing layout on sheet 2. This version here has been cleaned up, scaled, also had some paper distortion removed.

Supplementary file notes

Article, in French, thanks to hlsat.


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Construction complexity is remarkable, it must have been a long winter for M. Fillon, or else there was a bet involved. The wings are straightforward if you don't count the baffling elliptic dihedral, but the fuselage is a fantastic interlocking puzzle, much accuracy required here. The end result should be a beautiful and efficient airframe.
Also remarkable is MRA's ability to squeeze an elephant herd into a refrigerator!
Miguel - 04/10/2021
The tell-tale give-away of a herd of elephants in a refrigerator is the unmistakable smell of peanuts on their breath.
Jan Novick - 04/10/2021
Gotta love those F-5 through F-8 formers too Miguel. Surely by 1973 Mr. Fillon had already perfected his own laser cutter with CAD interface. :-)
RC Yeager - 04/10/2021
I did wonder where all those footprints in the butter came from every time I left it in the fridge.
John Green - 05/10/2021
Errata: please replace "an elephant herd into a refrigerator!" with "an elephant herd and two clowns into a refrigerator!".
Miguel - 05/10/2021
See nota in the end of article : N23 is 3mm too short on the training edge.
Patrick Urbain - 17/10/2021
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