Telemaster 1800 (oz2502)

 

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Telemaster 1800 (aka Telemaster 40). Radio control model.

Quote (from RM Ad, see pic 009): "Telemaster 1800. A 72 in span version of the Senior Telemaster which in the words of the American Magazine 'Radio Control Modeler' has become one of the most popular and sought after designs in the United States. These kits are being sold widely throughout Europe at the present time. Will fly on a .19 but the popular engine is .35 - .40. Ready veneered foam wings and tailplane with a built up fuselage, make this model a dream to fly. Put the fun back into flying with this one, but don't belive us - try one!""

Note this plan shows a foam-cored wing. The plan shows the credit text: "Drawn by Cliff Goater".

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User comments

Where is the stabillo?
Nameless - 12/05/2013
Horizontal stab drawing is at the top left.
SteveWMD - 12/05/2013
Hi Steve. Herewith a pic of my 72in Telemaster that I just completed from your plans. Thanks,
Marc - 15/01/2015
Pictures of my Telemaster 40 attached [more pics 003-008]. It features a built-up wing, flaps and electric power, but otherwise it's the same as your plan with the foam cored wing. Happy Landings. P.S. The prototype Karl-Heinz Denzin Telemaster had inset rather than strip ailerons as shown in your other Telemaster plan.
DavidDavis - 05/05/2017
Hi Steve and Mary, Greetings from Scotland. I have been busy building over the winter. This one is the Olympic Telemaster [pics 010-011]. I decided to experiment with depron foam on this model. The wings use the folded method which is on YouTube. The fuselage is made of depron as well with call to square Balzer Lauren is in it for strength. I am very pleased with the results and the model flies very well using electric power. Depron is a very economic material compared to balsa wood. Keep up the good work with the plans. It is a great help to people like me who build from plans but do not have a great deal of money! All the best, regards,
Chris Royce - 18/04/2023
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