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Brigand. Free flight towline glider model with optional IC and Jetex power pods shown on the plan.
Quote: "Here is for you a very rare model thats was kitted in, Belgium in the 70s. The brigand from the firma Svenson. Span is 1meter ( +/- 39") For Cox 010 or Jetex engine."
Direct submission to Outerzone.
Update 14/8/2023: Added re-drawn parts (in vector format), thanks to Edgar Kogler.
Quote: "Hi to you great guys of Outerzone! As promised I submit my vectorized parts for 'Brigand' (oz2651). Since I use Coreldraw X7 for my drawings for the lasercutter at my FabLab there are four files:
Brigand-Parts.cdr (CorelDraw X7)
Brigand-Teile.svg (can be opened with Inkscape)
Brigand-Teile.eps (can be opened with Open Office Draw. You have to resize the page to DIN A0 in landscape orientation, then resize the selection to "Original size". To have access to the vectors itself you have to ungroup the selection. )
The parts are arranged for Balsa strips of 1000 x 100 mm, but since you can access the drawn vectors themselves, you are able to rearrange since I don't know the measurements of the Balsa strips in your country. Happy building! Edgar"
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User commentsI digitized the plan and used a lasercutter for the parts (I will submit the file later) but had to modify the fuselage a bit (adding strips of ply to the sides to support the self-designed canopy). Attached a photo [main pic].
Edgar Kogler - 03/08/2023
The Brigand is a MENTOR with a different fuselage, the wing is 100 percent copy.
So I drew an airplane from J Van Hattum.
Julien Vermeire - 04/02/2024
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