CdH (oz14952)

 

CdH (oz14952) by George Batiuk, Richard Wegener 1969 - plan thumbnail

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CdH. Rubber duration model. Wingspan 39in, wing area 166 sq in.

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Quote: "George Batiuk's 1969 CdH. Hi - Attached is a drawing that I did quite a while ago for Hippockets. I am planning on building one in the near future and I'll send along some pictures when complete. Here are the notes from Hippockets:

From the Dec. 1969 VTO.

Note: There are several key dimensions missing from the original 3-view. (Size of Fin, Height of Pylon, etc.) I have done my best to estimate those dimensions, but please be aware that they are rough estimates.

Also, I did not include any details about the prop or the prop mechanism. There is no detail about that on the three-view."

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CdH (oz14952) by George Batiuk, Richard Wegener 1969 - model pic

Datafile:
  • (oz14952)
    CdH
    by George Batiuk, Richard Wegener
    from VTO
    December 1969 
    39in span
    Rubber F/F
    clean :)
    formers unchecked
  • Submitted: 13/11/2023
    Filesize: 370KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: RichWegener
    Downloads: 318

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