Gentle Lady


Gentle Lady - plan thumbnail image

Gentle Lady - completed model photo

Gentle Lady  
by Carl Goldberg
from Carl Goldberg
79in span
Tags: IC Glider R/C Trainer
all formers complete :)
got article :)

This plan was found online 01/02/2012 at:
Outerzone planID: oz2359 | Filesize: 782KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: hlsat, MarkPribak, JJ


About this Plan

Gentle Lady - Radio control tow/slope glider. A classic glider trainer. Plan also shows optional power pod and alternative nose installation for .049-.10 engine.

Update 20/04/2017: Replaced this scan with a clearer version (at 400 dpi), thanks to JJ.

Update 21/04/2017: Doh. Have had a good look at this now thanks to Gene, and I think he's right, the previous plan was better. Switched them back again. The JJ plan is now available as a supplement alternate scan. It may be higher res, but it's not any clearer.

Update 10/07/2017: added article, thanks to RFJ.

Supplementary files

PDF with templates for wing ribs, thanks to MarkPribak.
Alternate scan, from JJ.


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User comments

Steve, I am almost finished with a Gently Lady Glider built from your plan archive. Thanks for providing the plans. The plan did not include the wing rib templates. I found this was a common problem on the www. To finish the model I drew up a complete set of ribs in CAD and would like to make them available to everyone. I used the #9 wing rib shown on the drawing as the template for all the ribs. A PDF version is attached.
MarkPribak - 24/01/2013
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