Me 262 A-1 Schwalbe (oz8108)


Me 262 A-1 Schwalbe (oz8108) by Siegfried Glockner 1965 - plan thumbnail

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Me 262 A-1 Schwalbe. Radio control scale twin jet fighter. Scale is 1/6.2 for twin 60 power.

Hermann Rommler Me-262A (very rare plan). Span 1,95m lang 1,70m. 2 x 60 engines with prop.

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Update 19/04/2021: Added full kit instructions (in German).

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Me 262 A-1 Schwalbe (oz8108) by Siegfried Glockner 1965 - model pic

  • (oz8108)
    Me 262 A-1 Schwalbe
    by Siegfried Glockner
    from Hermann Rommler
    76in span
    Scale IC R/C LowWing Multi Military Fighter Kit
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 09/10/2016
    Filesize: 2556KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: PatrickUrbain, jimbob
    Downloads: 7250

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It's not an OZ fault, but I think the 4mm balsa former G5 (for the engine nacelle) should be marked G7. The original G5 former is made from ply is correctly marked. I'm really tempted to build this with two EDF's.
jbp - 10/10/2018
Hi there, I am building a ME262 from your plans for which I am very grateful. I must be stupid but I can't understand how to assemble the engines, can you please help.
Doug Hoareau - 19/11/2019
You have two option. First: single engined version with engine in the nose, see partial nose sketch. Dummy jets on the wings.
Second: double engined version with engines on the jet nacelles only, see engined nacelles sketch.
But you have to decide firstly what version to build.
Pit - 19/11/2019
Hi. Under the drawing of G3, there's an isometric view of how the top half of the engine nacelles are built. The main nacelles are built the same way i.e. cut out G8 'Gondel-Brett' (Nacelle Board) shown on the nacelle plan view and pin it to your building board. Glue on the G7 and G5 formers vertically to G8. I can't find G7 on the drawing, but I assume it's G5 without the hole. Then wrap the assembly with 3mm balsa. After that, add the 20mm front and rear formers and spend a happy few hours shaping these.
The engine nacelles are detachable and have dowels which plug into the assembly on the wing (shown in that isometric sketch) and retained by a bolt at the rear. Just like a wing is often attached to the fuselage. You can see the full assembly in the side view.
Chris Pinn - 19/11/2019
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