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Thread: The Ohmen
23/11/2020 20:16:01

I have just ordered The Ohmen and if you are taking orders then one of each please.

Cheers beer


Thread: Fournier RF-4
23/11/2020 20:13:02

Battery hatch frame work.


Sheeting tomorrow.

Cheers beer


23/11/2020 10:42:59

Swizzle Stick and The Ohmen ordered as Sarik have the 10% off black Friday deal at the moment.

OCD? thinking

After a lot of deliberation I decided to construct the cowl the same as I did on the Ballerina.

Light ply plate cut and test fitted.


Now I have to make the battery hatch, before the cowl so that the cowl can be shaped to the hatch.

Cheers beer


Thread: How did that happen
23/11/2020 08:08:43

GG yes

No reason at all not to get into the habit, it is what I have always done.

23/11/2020 07:30:00

Steve J,

I agree with others that the TX on first off last is the procedure that should always be followed.

Thread: Curtis Condor biplane twin
19/11/2020 08:38:06

Another silent witness here.

Thread: Fournier RF-4
19/11/2020 08:35:02

Thanks everyone.

This is my sixth build and trust me I have learned so much, my first build had loads of filler which I decided was not good so my aim is to minimise the filler and ideally use none.

What next?

This is the stage when I start thinking about what to build next frown I am tempted by the Swizzle Stick for a quick build and winter hack. I like sticks yes.

But back to the front I think.

Cowl and battery hatch to sort out.

Cheers beer


18/11/2020 15:12:52




Cheers beer


17/11/2020 06:26:10

More progress on the tail.

The part to fill the gap glued to the fin.


and test fit which shows that a bit of trimming is needed.


Which is obvious when the tailplane is in place.


That looks better.


Cheers beer


Thread: TEam Minimax
16/11/2020 17:34:13

It's just a demonstration that you know more about electric motors than I know about IC engines. laugh

16/11/2020 15:25:55

No you can't have meant 20cc?

16/11/2020 15:24:19

I have a Saito FG21 would that do?

Thread: Fournier RF-4
16/11/2020 07:42:23

Wow thanks for that FF. Just one question does yours do all those manoeuvres? Hmm thinking more to the point will mine?

Cheers beer


15/11/2020 15:37:03


Temporary T shaped to the fuselage.


Balsa blocks made up.


And sanded to shape.


A lot of work for two small pieces of balsa is my first thought, but then it would look ugly without them, even at 50' laugh

Cheers beer


Thread: Wing accuracy
15/11/2020 09:58:20


Wow that is excellent. A step by step guide, which is ideal for the absolute beginner and full of useful tips for the more experienced.

Cheers beer


14/11/2020 18:27:50

Is this the Sky 40?

I can not see any problem as the wings have not been sheeted.

Thread: Fournier RF-4
14/11/2020 12:14:25

Like I did on the Ballerina. For some reason I did not think it would work, over thinking it I think.


Just waiting for glue to dry then add the fairing blocks.

It's full steam ahead now or should that be full throttle now?

Cheers beer


14/11/2020 09:09:41

Thanks Bob.

Next on the list is filling in this gap.


Marking out on a piece of scrap 1/4" balsa then cutting out, leaving a margin of error.


Next is working out the side fillet shape.

Cheers beer


13/11/2020 09:35:14



Cheers beer


11/11/2020 09:44:39

My thoughts exactly Peter.

Glued up now.


Cheers beer


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