Apex Mk14 (oz1574)


Apex Mk14 (oz1574) by OFW Fisher 1957 - plan thumbnail

About this Plan

PK Apex Mk14. Free flight gas model for 0.75 to 1.5cc power. Plan says quote: suitable for Free flight, SC radio, PAA load or Clipper cargo events.

Update 11/01/2015: Added wing section drawing, thanks to Humphrey1957.

Quote: "Hi Steve. I had the original wing section. It is here somewhere rolled up with the plan. The rest I took straight from the plan. I scanned the originals and sent them to Dave Brown in Lithgow. I had him cut me several kits one of which was at 60%. It is getting a .25 Schlosser. All the laser cut parts I scanned See the 60% jpg file. The tail is just flat. No section."

Supplementary file notes

Wing section drawing, also scan of some 60% laser cut parts and colour logo.


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Apex Mk14 (oz1574) by OFW Fisher 1957 - model pic


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User comments

Hi there at Outerzone. This year at Oily Hand Diesel Day, hosted by Cowra MAC here in NSW, Australia the 'Apex MK14' was the model of the meet. I have included pics here of my build of the model [model photo] and a group photo of the twenty two models that turned up for the concours judging and fly off [more pics 004]. Of course everyone downloaded their plan from Outerzone. I would add that the Apex is a well mannered and great flying model. There were lots of comments about how ugly it is. But everyone who built one got over that as soon as they flew it. All flew straight off the board with minimal adjustment or fettling. For more info on Oily Hand go to www.cowramac.asn.au.
AndyLuckett - 03/11/2016
I built the Apex 14 when I was 12 in 1963, at that time living in England. Powered by an ED 1cc diesel, on the tiniest amount of fuel it would fly for miles with me running behind it to see where it landed.
JimmyL-C - 29/12/2018
Hi Mary/Steve, Please see attached some pictures of a friends (Allan) 42" Apex, an excellent flying model powered by a 1.3cc Mills diesel [main pic, 007, 008]. If anyone wants to see a video of it flying there is one on my YouTube Channel, here is a link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eb3iaHf49-k
Best wishes,
Mark Robinson - 22/05/2024
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