[WWI] virtual Fokker DVII
aew at unh.edu
Thu Aug 12 13:45:48 EDT 2004
All Dare kits are lightly constructed and also light on
the instructions. I've seen a Demoiselle fly and they're
good in the air. As for the tank, I'd just do you best.
Since it's decorative, I'd fall back on the 'carve out of
a block of blasa/foam' method if none it shown.
Litespan is not too bad to use. Balsaloc/rite is the
correct way to apply it. Put it on as tight and wrinkle
free as possible as you don't get much shrink.
Sorry I don't have more help,
On Thu, 2004-08-12 at 11:43, Douglas Jones wrote:
> I know you dabble a bit in small electric R/C aircraft. Have you built/flown
> or know anyone who has built/flown the Dare Mademoiselle? I am basically don
> framing mine and need some thoughts on how the fuel tank goes together. Also
> any thoughts on the use of Litespan as this will be my first crack at it.
> Balsarite will be the adhesive of choice.
> I also have a Sig Antoinette and Demoiselle in the queue. Any thoughts on
> the construction/flying of the models?
> I am hoping to take the Mademoiselle to the R/C Jamboree at Rhinebeck this
> year. Will be attending, as usual, with a friend from Wilton, NH and one
> from Winchendon, MA.
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