Douglas F5D-1 Skylancer (oz13520)

 

Douglas F5D-1 Skylancer (oz13520) by Giuseppe Ghisleri 2005 - plan thumbnail

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Douglas F5D-1 Skylancer. Radio control sport-scale model for EDF. Wingspan 778 mm.

Note the original drawing here is the CAD zip download (in dwg format). That's the file that Giuseppe sent us, and that is his design, his work. The PDF file you see here is really just here as a taster, a PDF file in this slot, for Oz users who don't have a CAD viewer.

Direct submission to Outerzone.

Quote: "Hi Mary, One more from Italy. This time a relatively unknown airplane that was to be US Navy F4D Skyray successor. My EDF model was born a lot of time ago, when electric fans were not to the level we can see nowadays. Model is built from foam and carbon tissue with a little balsa wing sheeting. The designing helped me to learn 3D drawing, look at the phantom image. Ciao Beppe By the way: Merry Xmas and a Happy ( a lot more than 2020-2021) New Year."

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Douglas F5D-1 Skylancer (oz13520) by Giuseppe Ghisleri 2005 - model pic

Datafile:
  • (oz13520)
    Douglas F5D-1 Skylancer
    by Giuseppe Ghisleri
    2005 
    31in span
    Scale Electric R/C Military Fighter
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 19/12/2021
    Filesize: 186KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap • CADfile
    Credit*: GiuseppeGhisleri

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User comments

Nice work and beautiful little scale aircraft, well done Giuseppe.
Matthias - 25/12/2021
Added a couple more pics [009, 010] of the Skylancer prototype model, thanks to JeffGreen.
SteveWMD - 12/01/2022
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