Ellipse 3 (oz13543)


Ellipse 3 (oz13543) by Warren Brown 2021 - plan thumbnail

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Ellipse 3. Radio control vintage-style sport model, for .75 cc engine.

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Quote: "Hi Steve and Mary, I have another plan for you if you like. It's another lockdown build, inspired by a recently acquired SAM 75 diesel and my CAD system's ability to draw ellipses very easily. In fact it is my third elliptical design this year (hence Ellipse 3). Everything is elliptical, wing, tail, fuselage formers. It's quite a bit of work planking the fuselage but the result is worth it, very light and rigid. But the best part is how it flies. It's very aerobatic for a rudder/elevator design, even respectable rudder rolls. ROG take offs are dead straight (as long as I don't interfere). It's a current favourite, especially the lovely SAM 75, a couple of flicks every time and it really revs out on a 7x3. Regards, Warren"


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Ellipse 3 (oz13543) by Warren Brown 2021 - model pic

  • (oz13543)
    Ellipse 3
    by Warren Brown
    30in span
    IC R/C
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 31/12/2021
    Filesize: 720KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: WarrenBrown
    Downloads: 507

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I love it; it's like an 'E' Type Jaguar, not a straight line in sight.
John Green - 06/01/2022
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