Lulla-Bi (oz447)


Lulla-Bi (oz447) by Keith Laumer 1961 - plan thumbnail

About this Plan

Lulla-Bi. Ffree flight IC biplane by Keith Laumer. April 1961 Flying Models.

Quote: "All kinds of possibilities with this neat, durable fine flying design ...Versatile bipe is ideal for precision flying, practical for smaller fields with low power."

Update 21/02/2016: Replaced this plan. The previous version showed lower wings of unequal length. Have gone back to the original magazine print (which also showed the wings in this way) and edited the plan to now show lower wings of equal length. This involved changing both the plan view (removed one wing bay), and also the front elevation view (made lower wing shorter). See previous version supplement if you want to see a comparison. Maybe there was some logic to the original drawing... the article text does mention flexibility of wing layout.

Supplementary file notes

Article pages, text and pics, thanks to DavidTerrell. Also, previous scan version (with unequal lower wings).


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Not a gripe, but a heads up. Your Keith Laumer "LullaBi" plan (Outerzone planID: 447) has an extra rib bay in the lower right wing plan view. It's an easy correction during construction [see complete plane, model pic 003], but a note to others might be appreciated.
Doug - 17/02/2016
Good point. Fixed now.
SteveWMD - 21/02/2016
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