Aviatik II (oz14539)


Aviatik II (oz14539) by Jaromir Pipek 1991 - plan thumbnail

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Aviatik II. Radio control sport biplane model.

Note see Aviatik II Floats (oz14541) for the 25 inch floats to fit this model.

Quote (google-translated from the German): "The 'Aviatik' has been further developed: Our well-known and frequently copied construction plan model (MT 846) has now been given a successor in the 'Aviatik II'.

This model is a small biplane of simple construction, the appearance of which is reminiscent of the 'angular and edgyar' aircraft of the pioneering era of aviation. The AVIATIK II is a further development of the AVIATIK, which appeared as MT construction plan 846 in 1982.

The most noticeable change concerns the control via ailerons. A small four-stroke engine is planned as the engine, an optimal drive for this model in every respect. The construction plan is supplemented by a float drawing, which makes flight operation from the water possible.

The model is easy to dismantle and all internals are easily accessible for maintenance. The building instructions are very detailed and it might give the impression that the model is very difficult to build, which is not true, it just explains all the building steps in detail.

To the construction.

Fuselage: Both side walls 1 are made of 2 mm balsa, reinforced at the front with Sph 0.6 mm. Balsa reinforcements (3 x 3) are glued on in the rear area (3). At the same time, we prepare the frames 4-10 and the engine mount 6, into which the nuts (6a) are already being resinated. We glue the parts 5a, 7a, 7b, 9a to the frames 5, 7, 9 and with good epoxy glue we assemble parts 4, 5, 6 in a stable unit, which is glued between the side walls, as well as the frames 8, 9 between which the servo mount 10 is placed.

At the end of the fuselage, the side walls are glued together with part 11 and the crosspieces 12 (3 x 3) are inserted. The nylon nuts M6 of the wing holder are mounted on the reinforcements 13 (Sph. 3). The area of the lower surface support is reinforced by parts 16. The landing gear mount is mounted on frame 5 (17, 18). Between the frames 5, 7 is the bottom of the tank room (2 mm balsa), this and the engine area are well impregnated with epoxy or 2-component paint before the model is finished.

The frame 20 made of 2 mm balsa is cut lengthwise, angled in a V-shape and the kink fixed with epoxy. The part is also well impregnated against fuel and resined under the engine mount, between frames 4, 5. (Don't forget the drain pipe 73 with 5 mm 0, just like in the landing gear bracket 17, 18; only mount the pipe after planking with 45.) The bulkhead 20 and the pipe 73 are used to drain excess oil and fuel from the engine compartment.

We glue the auxiliary straps 21 into the tank space, between these and the tank floor the strips 22 (balsa 2). The triangular balsa strips 23 are also glued in, as are the balsa fillings 24, which are ground into the fuselage contour..."

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