Elf (oz847)


Elf (oz847) from Keil Kraft - plan thumbnail

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Elf. Free flight rubber cabin model from KK.

Update 06/04/2013: Added printwood scan showing all the wing ribs, thanks to Bry.


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Elf (oz847) from Keil Kraft - model pic


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Elf (oz847) from Keil Kraft - pic 005.jpg
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User comments

Added some pics, courtesy of Maciej, of his very fine finished model. See his thread on the KK Elf at: http://awiatikforum.ok1.pl/viewtopic.php?t=341
SteveWMD - 26/06/2012
It is not so much a correction but an error on the printed plan. The Ace which is the Elfs larger brother has the leading edge swept back and I believe that so should the Elf. There has been an error in my opinion from whoever drew it. Regards,
JoeN - 29/08/2017
Steve, Andrew Longhurst of SAM35 assures me that the plan is correct so maybe I am wrong. Regards,
JoeN - 31/08/2017
Some photos and a video of my KK Elf built from Outerzone plans [main pic, 005,006]. This model is covered with Japanese tissue and nitrate dope - with a generous amount of washout (both wings). It an excellent flyer indoors and out. Indoor photo by Peter Smith.
Video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QLWdUH2g_nA
ChrisMoes - 03/11/2020
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