Lo Stregone (oz9075)


Lo Stregone (oz9075) by Maurizio Maggi 2013 - plan thumbnail

About this Plan

Lo Stregone 60. Radio control towline glider model. This is a modernised re-drawn plan based on the earlier Medicine Man (oz10422) design.

Quote: "Old style sling-shot glider redrawn from original plan by Maurizio Maggi."

On the internet can be found the plans of MEDICINE MAN (the original version) and the plans of LO STREGONE (the Italian version). I liked it and I have scratch built two models of it from plans. I send you few photos of both [model photo & more pics 003-005].

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Update 06/09/2018: added construction article, thanks to alcalaino; and ribs, thanks to Pit.

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Lo Stregone (oz9075) by Maurizio Maggi 2013 - model pic

  • (oz9075)
    Lo Stregone
    by Maurizio Maggi
    60in span
    Glider R/C
    clean :)
    formers unchecked
    got article :)
  • Submitted: 11/08/2017
    Filesize: 1579KB
    Format: • PDFvector
    Credit*: LuigiCarlucci

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Does anyone have the wing ribs for this plan?
anon - 31/08/2018
Lo Stregone is an Italian version of the original old-timer-looking glider Medicine Man, designed by Ryan Grosswiler in 2008 and later sold as a kit. There is a nice building article of a Medicine Man in the June 2009 issue of Radio Control Soaring Digest [see supplementary file], in which the wing airfoil is described as a 'Modified Selig 3016 at root, progressing to 15% Clark Y at tip', and very detailed building instructions can be found in Make Magazine https://makezine.com/projects/make-17/medicine-man-glider/. Here's a pic showing the printwood sheet for the wing ribs [more pics 006]. By the way, all RCSD issues to date can be downloaded for free at www.rcsoaring.com.
alcalaino - 06/09/2018
"Stregone" is the Italian for "medicine man". Here is the ribs set found on internet construction thread [see suppl. file]. In the original plan, ribs are shown in their position on the wing elevation view. Not in the Italianized plan: uncommon. Please check for true ribs dimension. The magazine's "MAKE" site had the possibilities to download the plan, but it doesn't work for me, but construction article can be seen. What we would not do for Anon...
Pit_Italy - 06/09/2018
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