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#1 Paul Penney May 06, 2001 04:48 PM

Avro lancaster 3-views?
 
Anyone have these on their computer? I am interested on doing one with for N-20 motors, a pixie 14, a standard reciever and s-80s on 8 600 NMHI batteries. sounds mean enough?

#2 lrsudog May 06, 2001 10:03 PM

Actually Easybuilt has (had) a kit out just about right for the setup you want to use. I have one in my shop at home. I can't give exact measurements, but it's 30-40 span. I'll look when I can tommorrow and e-mail you. E-mail me if you want the particulars.

#3 wigham1 May 07, 2001 05:38 AM

http://members.fortunecity.com/inedesca/

#4 DICKEYBIRD May 07, 2001 11:31 AM

Gentlemen,

I have used the above mentioned site to print out several aircraft 3 views for "think building" projects and have a question. Is it possible to save one of the 3-views from the site as a .bmp? There are a couple of the them that I would like to get into TurboCad to vectorize and I would need them in the the .bmp format to do so.

Thanks,
Milton Dickey

#5 B17G Yankee-Lady Apr 23, 2008 01:11 PM

Avro Lancaster 3view drawings
 
All you need is that!

http://www.airwar.ru/other/draw/lancas.html
http://www.airwar.ru/other/draw/avrolancastersol.html
http://www.airwar.ru/other/draw2/lancaster.html
http://www.airwar.ru/other/draw2/lansacter_ml.html

#6 eflightray Apr 23, 2008 02:18 PM

I'm not sure you realize B17G, but you have resurrected a thread that's 7 years old. :)

#7 B17G Yankee-Lady Apr 23, 2008 04:11 PM

Hehe, upps, no matter...found it while I had made a new blog entry about my own Lanc. There was a cross-notice to this old thread..I didnīt checked the date..

#8 Lyric Oct 13, 2009 06:41 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by eflightray
I'm not sure you realize B17G, but you have resurrected a thread that's 7 years old. :)

But I for one am glad this thread was resurected, I found the info really helpful!!! :D

#9 eflightray Oct 13, 2009 07:48 AM

Lyric, if you are looking for more Lancaster information I can recommend the following search method, plus it's handy for any searches as well.

Click on Search, in the drop down click on Advanced Search, a new window opens.
Enter what you want to search for in the Key Word(s) box, eg Lancaster.
Set Search Titles Only in the box just underneath, it searches on threads by there title rather than searching every post of every thread for the word(s), often hundreds.
Set the box to the right to suit your search, Exact Phrase or All Words are best.
Lower right you can select a specific forum or forum group to search, the Search in Forums box, otherwise it often comes up with too many finds.
Click on Search Now to start it off.

Well worth using if you want to narrow your search finds.

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