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Natsneez. Free flight power model. Design shows leading edge slots in the outer wing panels. November 1944 Aeromodeller. This is a low resolution plan.
Quote: "This model is the result of experiments to produce a really small and handy petrol model, with a good performance, as crashproof as far as possible, easy to maintain on the field and possessing a pleasing appearance with simple construction.
It is powered with an engine of 1.8cc, 9/16 bore by 1/2in stroke, and 3 oz weight, which drives an 8-1/2in propellor of 4-1/2in pitch. The unit is of my own design and construction. Any engine of not more than 2.3 cc ans 3 oz weight would be suitable.
Fuselage. Commence by making the three formers: No 1 from 1/8 in hard sheet balsa; No 2 from two laminations of 1/16 in sheet balsa, cemented together with the grains running at right angles; and No 3 from 1/8 sheet..."
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by PE Norman
all formers complete :)
got article :)
Found online 14/01/2012 at:
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User comments...two pics of my latest build [see more pics 002, 003]. It's the Natsneez with a Cox .49 and with RC for elevator and rudder. It flys very well and is great fun.
GeorgKrahl - 16/11/2012
Hi Steve: Here are pics of my model, first flown on 1st June 2014 [see more pics 004, 005]. Power is Allbon Dart .5cc diesel. Regards,
PeterScott - 03/06/2014
Hi Steve, thanks again for this excellent resource. I have recently completed the Natsneez which turned out to be a real pocket rocket [more pics 007, 008]. I originally ran this on a Protech X400 brushless motor turning a 8 by 4 prop. It's been toned down now with a slightly tamer motor and a 7 by 3 prop.
AnthonyRoberts - 23/12/2017
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