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Algebra 1000 Glider instructions

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Stuart Eggerton23/12/2017 19:09:35
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I have started to make the Algebra 1000 glider from Dick Edmonds plan. I have already made the wings and wonder if anyone has a set of building instructions for the fuselage. It's a rolled ply version and has built up wings also. The model dates back to the 1990,s so it was a while ago!
PatMc24/12/2017 00:07:25
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The plan was also featured in the June 1989 Radio Modeller. If anyone can scan the mag article for you that might help. I know I have the mag somewhere in the loft but I'm not going to be able to get to it for a while.

J Moyler24/12/2017 08:55:54
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Just for your information. there is a copy of the June 1989 Radio Modeller on Ebay cost £5.25.

JM

Stuart Eggerton24/12/2017 09:51:11
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Thanks both for info, I have ordered the mag from Ebay. Hopefully there will be some info there. I will be putting up a build log of the Algebra 1000 in due course. I had the Algebra 100 in the 1990's which flew brilliantly. Thanks again both and Happy Christmas
Hamish24/12/2017 10:01:02
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I have a 1000 and an 800. Managed to wreck the 1000 fuz so made a replacement out of a mould with fibreglass, my first attempt. Both have been converted to electric and are brilliant fliers. Please post photos of your build.

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