Avro Avian (oz8885)

 

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Avro Avian Biplane. Scale model for RC with electric power.

Hi Mary, I have for you today the plans for the Avro Avian Biplane I designed in 2017. It has a 60in wing span and the motor used is a Turnigy D3242/6 1000KV. Propeller is a APC 12 x 6E, battery 11.1V 3S.

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  • (oz8885)
    Avro Avian
    by Tom Decker
    2017 
    60in span
    Scale Electric R/C Biplane Civil
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 25/06/2017
    Filesize: 1840KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: Tom Decker

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I've just completed an Avro Avian using Tom Decker's plans on this site. I based mine on Bert Hinkler's Avian currently hanging in the foyer of the Queensland Museum in Brisbane Australia. Attached are a couple of photos of the model you may like to add to the "more pics" section of the Avian's page [more pics 007, 008].
GeoffCollins - 18/06/2018
Despite the excellent plan showing the shapes of the wing ribs, there is no evidence on the plans where each rib is supposed to go.
Den - 30/11/2018
The Wing ribs are installed as follows: From WING center, W1,W2,W3 then 2 x W4, 6 x W5, and the last rib is W6. Same for both BOTTOM wings. The top wing, having no ailerons - would have 8 x W4 instead of 6x W5. Look carefully at the top wing center section detail... Hope this helps.
Eflyer7 - 01/12/2018
Sorry about this missing information. I try to make the plans understandable but sometimes I can miss things. RIB LOCATIONS: RIBS W-1, 2, 3 BOTH WINGS. W-4: 18 TO TOP WING, 4 TO BOTTOM WING. W-5 USED ON BOTTOM WING ONLY. W-6 BOTTOM WING ONLY. Thanks.
TomDecker - 01/12/2018
No need to apologise, Tom, your work is great! We really appreciate you sharing it with us. Thanks for this extra info :)
Mary - 01/12/2018
Some photos of 3 slightly changed Avro Avian Biplanes [more pics 009-014] and 2 photos of the new outer cabanes mounts, no tools required ! [more pics 015, 016]
TomDecker - 06/01/2019
Are the wing magnets sufficient to hold the wings on or could they be doubled up to provide more security?
anon - 22/03/2019
The magnets do the job very well, but if it bothers you you could doubled up. As long as the magnet are touching or are very close you should have no problems using what is shown.
Tom Decker - 23/03/2019
Hi Anon, the wings are aligned, and held at the right angle and dihedral, by the steel piano wires in the brass tubes. The small magnets are simply to hold the two wings touching each-other, and stop them from separating and sliding off the piano wire joiners. Other methods to hold the port and starboard wings together in the middle are clear sticky tape across the join, or to fit some small wire hooks to the wing panels and put an elastic band between the hooks.
VinceDay - 23/03/2019
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