Micro Mambo (oz6057)
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Micro Mambo. Sport RC model. A reduced scale version of the original 1961 Sterling Minnie Mambo (oz5733) design.
Quote: "Steve, Micro Mambo by Bob Harris. This is a very cute 1/4A (.02 cubic inch) powered radio controlled designed in 2009 (cad 2010) for modern day equipment. Bob sent me his CAD work and I added to it. The wing span is 25.7 in so it is slightly larger than the 1/8A LaStick. The drawing is copyrighted by Bob so I asked him is I could send it to OuterZone, his reply follows:
'Yep, that file has gone all over the world. Funny, a few years ago another Micro Mambo was featured in Model Aviation. The guys said they designed it. Several years after you made the file for me and so many other guys built them!!'
This is a vector file & exported from cad at 600 dpi for the page 1. Page 2 contains the cut files @ 300 dpi."
Direct submission to Outerzone.
Note, photo of the completed Micro Mambo is from the build thread online at http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/1-2-1-8-airplanes-70/9698832-my-newest-project-micro-mambo.html
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