Scarab. Free flight power model. Designed for Amco .87 diesel power.
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Update 02/07/2018: Added a supplement file, Scarab plan redrawn from scratch in vector format, thanks to BryanGostlow.
Quote: "I've drawn up Scarab (Albert E Hatfull from Worcraft - 1949 - 35in span) and have had around ten 'kits' laser cut for friends. It is true to Albert's design but is seen to fly mostly with 2 or 3 channels, eg motor and rudder. I'm attaching a drawing in case you'd like to include it on your site. In addition, I've drawn it at 150% with some modest structural changes and had several 'kits' laser cut - they too fly well. Regards, Bryan"
Update 29/12/2018: Added printwood tracing file, thanks to rchopper56.
Quote: "Hi Steve and Mary, very pretty model so I could not resist tracing the print wood in CAD. Because this is in a sense a tracing, I had to make many assumptions. Although nice and clean, You may not want to use for I am sure there are errors but then, there were errors in the original. Some day I just may do a CAD drawing of this pretty model. That way, the enclosed PDF file could be corrected. Gene"
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