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Dandiflyer. Simple rubber stick model. Wingspan 16 in.
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Quote: "Notes: The Dandiflyer was the second airplane used in the Oakland Cloud Dusters Youth Program, after the AMA Cub. The motor hook wire was cut off with a diagonal cutter which left a sharp chisel end on the wire. This sharp wire would cut the rubber motors, causing them to break prematurely. To prevent that, file the end of the wire round before gluing the hook to the stick."
Quote: "I just set up my new Epson WF-7820 copier-printer-scanner. I got a bigger one than I usually need so I could scan 11 x 17 plans. I had in mind to scan all my Lee's Hobbies, K-Line Models plans. Let's see how this works. I will attach some files; plan sheet, print wood and wing pattern, photo of the contents and a schedule of materials.
Starting with the 16" Dandiflyer. This was the second plane built in the Oakland Cloud Duster's kids model airplane classes, after the AMA Cub."
Supplementary file notes
Wing construction notes.
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