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KK Eaglet. Rubber powered cabin model from Keil Kraft.
This is a modern CAD-redrawn plan.
Quote: "This plan includes all formers and the instructions sheets. This is a 7 page PDF bit map file and all but page 5 will print out on letter size paper. Page 5 is the full size drawing. The instructions were a challenge to say the least, especially the illustrations.
The original post by aeromeddeler and the videos of a twice size electric powered Eaglet aroused my interest so I downloaded from plans from Outerzone. I then proceeded to create a cad file earlier this year.
As the CAD drawing began to take shape, I found an error in the print wood for the stabilizer trailing edge, T5. The airfoil shown for the stab did not reduce to 3/32in at the width of the trailing edge shown on the drawing. Correcting requires a wider stabilizer trailing edge or increasing the trailing edge of each rib to 3/32in at its width and then have a sudden drop off to the trailing edge.
Having spent the majority of my career working with airfoils in a wind tunnel, I chose the wider stabilizer trailing edge. This cosmetically eliminated T8. Everything looked good in the stabilizer solids but I am not sure everything will work out."
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from Keil Kraft
Rubber F/F Cabin Kit
all formers complete :)
Found online 31/12/2014 at:
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