Cessna Skymaster (oz4566)
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Cessna Skymaster - Scale model for radio control.
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Kit instructions, text only, 12 pages, thanks to Wilber. Also, cockpit interior instructions, 4 pages, inc photo and drawings, thanks to Wilber.
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User commentsHello Steve , Enclosed is a photo [see more pics] of actual scale model, Cessna Skymaster. Based on a Royal Marutaka kit. Thanks,
RB - 11/02/2014
The Skymaster I was referring to was built by a club member Paul Gordon-Brander and has twin 60s for power and a 77 inch wing [more pics 005].
AndyCoutts - 05/04/2017
First of all, thank you for the free download which I successfully downloaded and printed full scale on tiled paper. I would like to know how to identify which parts need to be plywood, especially for fuselage construction. Like F5, F7, F11, etc. Your kind advice would be very much appreciated.
SC - 21/01/2019
Usually when you see an end view of an item with two parallel lines on the inside of the item, it denotes 3-ply plywood. The plan view of model shows that almost every bulkhead is plywood.
rchopper56 - 21/01/2019
The plans don't specify the thickness of the wing ribs and there is no templates for the rudder or stab ribs?
Ken J - 18/06/2019
Ken, if you look at the centre of the tailplane, S3 is quite clearly shown.
As for the ribs - a ruler over the plan shows W1 to be 3/32", W2 to be 1/8"and the remainder to be 1/16"
Daithi - 18/06/2019
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