Digifli

 

Digifli - plan thumbnail image

Digifli - completed model photo

Digifli  
by Dick Smith, Ed Thompson
from RCMplans (ref:170)
May 1966 
48in span
Tags: R/C LowWing
all formers complete :)
got article :)


This plan was found online 27/07/2017 at: https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showpost.php?p=37986582&postcount=7263
Outerzone planID: oz9028 | Filesize: 431KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: davidterrell80, hogal

   

About this Plan

Digifli - Radio control sport model. Supertigre .40 R/C shown.

Quote: - "Designed to utilize the full performance potential of the RCM Digitrio, the Digifly is one of the finest R/C aircraft created specifically for proportional systems..."

Update 08/08/2017: Added PDFvector plan tracing, thanks to hogal.

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Article pages, thanks to hlsat, JHatton.
PDFvector plan tracing.

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User comments

Proportional radio control apparatus was a dream for most of the modellers because at the period it cost about 4 x salary or half a small car. RCM started a project to made the dream come true, and after the series of articles they compiled them into a booklet.
Pit - 16/08/2017
Thanks to Pit, we've added the RCM Digitrio Construction Manual to our sister site, RCLibrary. It's a compilation of all the RCM articles about the Digitrio Proportional System, which was designed and developed by the magazine's Technical Editor, Ed Thompson.
Mary - 16/08/2017
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