|Jan 13, 2012, 06:47 AM|
Easy and Useful Information to print plans.
Actual size plan in printing on plotter we have only when it is a file DXF,DWG or whatever program cad.
For plans that are stored in PDF file formats and not to pages tille in A4 or A3,
then we must know certain elements of the stable model that is the plan.
I fixed point of reference for the correct printing of the draft plan by a plotter in pdf format.
I get half the length of the wing that exists in all plans.
When the plan scripture wingspan of 32 inches then the half that appears on this is 16 inches.
With reference to the half wings and having the printing program put metric ruler tick to have
the correct size of this in my screen and after instruct printing of the plan.
By making this process then you have always the right size to build a plan model.
Any other system would not opt for then we have the right effect.
Larger or smaller will appear the size of the model.
We do when we want to change the size of the model from larger to smaller or vice versa.
As you can see in my presentation to the filing of the plans I have all the elements of a model.
Name, Wingspan, type model RC or CL or FF,size engine 00-xx,designed or magazine or the company kit etc.
I believe I help you with what I wrote in this post.
I apologize if I have some mistakes but English is not my native language writing.
I use translator to answer you and your writing.
When we want printing and the other half wing then we give the command in the program 180 degrees(mirror),
reversal to get the balance correct half to build the entire wing (left and right piece).
|Jan 13, 2012, 10:44 AM|
Some plans even.
|Jan 13, 2012, 11:29 AM|
I have collected thousands of plans that digitize, categorize and store in my Pc.
In this theater that is about 1 / 2 RC planes can upload files to plans only up to .15 engine.
In some plans I missing some elements who have the you can send them to theater to complement them.
Are searching for this information to me now.
If you want larger sizes of airplanes and engines open another theater give me the address,
and upload a lot of files in this series of plans with old and new model as I may.
I have plans for all models of airplanes ( RC - CL - FF ).
The collection of plans for me are sick, mad.
I sit long hours in Pc for classification and sorting them.
I have incredible location by compiling plans and many friends who help me for this job.
That you need not hesitate to ask me.
If I will give it.
Plans are prohibited to publicize copyright reasons only those in private message would you send them.
|Jan 13, 2012, 11:49 AM|
Some plans even from old kit.
|Jan 13, 2012, 11:51 AM|
|Jan 21, 2012, 01:16 PM|
Many new plans with more valid engine above .15 and here:
For those who love too plans from pilot kit.
|Jan 22, 2012, 09:56 PM|
Norham West Australia
Joined Jul 2010
I have already asked ,over on the vintage and old timer thread, but i thought this may be a better place to ask. I was looking for the history,model range and of course plans and part sheets of the Pilot QB series of models. A big Thank you to hlsat and every one has posted plans. regards Stephen.
|Jan 23, 2012, 06:30 AM|
This explains the same label QB 10-15-20 H wing or L wing.
QB= Quick ( Fast ) building and easy the model,for young modelers and builders.
10-15-20 = Size, engine power a cc or .10,.15,.20 label in case or info book.
H wing or L wing = Position the wing on board ( Fuse ).
|Jan 25, 2012, 12:07 PM|
Another beautiful airplane by the pilot of the series QB.
Well build for those who decide to build
|Jan 27, 2012, 11:41 AM|
Even a plan by the number Q.B of pilot models.
Is the Q.B.10H
I apologize in advance because it is not as good as the prototype scanning but unfortunately I had no other.
Maybe later find another better and change it.
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