Fokker D.XXI (oz5930)

 

Fokker D.XXI (oz5930) by Ed Miller from RCMplans 1981 - plan thumbnail

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Fokker D. XXI. Scale model for RC.

Quote: "A unique model of historical interest, this Fokker D.XXI is a suitable project for modelers with moderate experience. Designed for use with .049 to .09 engines and lightweight R/C systems.

As a Stand-Off Scale R/C model, the historic Fokker D.XXI fighter makes an interesting and unique subject which can be finished in the colorful markings of either of the three countries that operated it. For reference material, consult the Profile Publication Number 63, or see Air Combat magazine's September and November 1975 issues (Challenge Publications, 7950 Deering Avenue. Canoga Park, California 91304).

Modeled to a scale of one inch to the foot (1/12), the Fokker D. XXI is an ideal size for .049 to .09 R/C, a size range that is rapidly growing in popularity. The only major deviation in scale was to increase the wing chord to provide greater wing area (190 square inches, rather than 174 square inches that would have been exact scale).

Since it is the most complex structure in the airframe, the fuselage should be the first item on the agenda. Patterned after the full-size D. XXI's own actual construction technique, the fuselage builds into a strong but amazingly lightweight structure.

Start by fabricating the nine fuselage formers: F-1 from 1/8 plywood; F-2 to F-6 inclusive from 1/8 sheet balsa: and F-7, F-8, and F-9 from 3/32 sheet balsa. Note that the lower center piece of F-5 is tack-glued in place, to be removed at the completion of the fuselage assembly, thereby allowing unimpeded access to the spacious fuselage radio/servo compartment..."

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Fokker D.XXI (oz5930) by Ed Miller from RCMplans 1981 - model pic

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