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#1 Chaparro1973 Apr 04, 2011 08:52 AM

Antonov AN-225 plans needed
 
Hi

I was thinking on starting to build a Antonov AN-225.
I was planning on using 6 x 55mm edf's.
The matirial i wnat to use is depron and balsa.

I have searched the web but could't find any downloadable plans por this plane. Only found 3 views draws.

Can someone help me on this?

#2 specnaz Apr 04, 2011 11:19 AM

have you tried this?
http://airwar.ru/

http://airwar.ru/other/draw/an225.html

#3 Chaparro1973 Apr 04, 2011 11:57 AM

Thanks for your help. I have seen the images, but i'm new at building and i was looking for some more detailed plans.

#4 specnaz Apr 04, 2011 05:59 PM

If you're new at building, i suggest you make some simple aircraft for beginning , some Cessna or a glider. I'm afraid that is the most detail plans you can find on the Net , it has bulkheads and all surfaces you need to build , rest is on your craft

#5 LuvEvolution7 Apr 04, 2011 10:46 PM

yeah, you aren't going to find plans for this airplane, just some good 3 views with formers. unless of course, you can find someone who is building one already and might be willing to share what they have. I know there's a few builds going on, so check out the search bar and see what you come up with. other than that, you are probably SOL if you don't have the experience to scrachtbuild from 3 views. of course, the good thing about these forums is that there's always people to help you out if you choose to scratch from a 3 view. :)

#6 Adrianh Apr 05, 2011 03:26 PM

Hi,
Have a look at GAD and their AN225: http://www.greenairdesigns.com/lab2/...id=85&Itemid=1

Adrian

#7 Concordefan Apr 06, 2011 12:23 AM

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Originally Posted by LuvEvolution7 (Post 17882107)
yeah, you aren't going to find plans for this airplane, just some good 3 views with formers. unless of course, you can find someone who is building one already and might be willing to share what they have. I know there's a few builds going on, so check out the search bar and see what you come up with. other than that, you are probably SOL if you don't have the experience to scrachtbuild from 3 views. of course, the good thing about these forums is that there's always people to help you out if you choose to scratch from a 3 view. :)

I'll double what Rich said about An225.....

#8 Chaparro1973 Apr 08, 2011 04:06 AM

Ok

I could'nt find any plans for this plane :mad:

But i found a nice 3d model of it for google sketch.

Can someone point me in the right direction so i can use the 3d model to make the plans?:confused:

#9 Chaparro1973 Apr 08, 2011 08:51 AM

Sorry, i should have used the search option before posting.
I found some posts with instroction on using google sketch.

What i am planing on doing (in a general line) is to cut some section on google sketch then use them to creat a plan. I'm o thinking writh?

#10 Flexserve Apr 08, 2011 02:59 PM

Just get a card model of the thing and make it from depron and carbon rods...

#11 domll Apr 10, 2011 01:57 AM

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As Flexserve says, heres a link:

http://www.paper-avia.com/en/modelz/...w4_t/1379#top3

Go with the 21mb one, better suited due to detail. heres acouple of picture of her builtup.

#12 mjblack Apr 12, 2011 01:25 AM

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HI all,

I would like to thank Ady for mentioning us about the AN-225.

If it helps, we have been working on the updates to the kit last week and now in the process of proving these.

The kit is also 10% bigger at 1.7m span and can now carry either 40 or 50mm EDF`s

If all goes well i see no reason why it could not be released either late April or early May. We know that airframe flies superbly, we just needed to make it easier to manufacture and i hope that we have now done that!

Here are a few pics also with the 'Buran' Attached. Also a couple of VERY poor pics of the Buran being released from the AN-225 (the Buran was also RC)

Best regards,

Mike.

Dr Mike Black M.D Green Air Designs

#13 LuvEvolution7 Apr 12, 2011 03:25 PM

I say buy and build the GAD 225. if it's anything like the rest of their lineup, you won't be disappointed. the Lightning was cake to build, as I'm sure this one will be. :)

#14 sashaNar Apr 17, 2011 12:48 PM

The best 3d models are here: http://www.buran.ru/htm/3d-model.htm
Use them!


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