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Old Nov 25, 2012, 04:40 PM
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Wow Andre,
that is a real neat plane !!!
My 319 is a bit larger, but yours is comming out much more nicer...
Cant wait to see it finished and maidened.
Good luck with ths projects!
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Old Nov 25, 2012, 05:28 PM
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Thanks Markus,

how big is your A319? Do you have a build thread here or do you have pictures? How does yours fly?
And we are feeling the same...I canŽt wait either...the glassing will be a huge mess but i think itŽll be worth it!
I have another big build parallel to the A319 - a Robbe BAe 146 which i rebuild and modify...maybe iŽll write something about it next year who knows.


To everyone else:

I just redesigned the layout of my plan. Now its better and no parts are missing So feel free to download, share, build and enjoy

@ Eddy: youŽre very welcome
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Old Nov 25, 2012, 05:35 PM
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Wow, awesome plans. Thanks a lot
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Old Nov 25, 2012, 06:10 PM
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Thanks Markus,

how big is your A319? Do you have a build thread here or do you have pictures? How does yours fly?
And we are feeling the same...I canŽt wait either...the glassing will be a huge mess but i think itŽll be worth it!
I have another big build parallel to the A319 - a Robbe BAe 146 which i rebuild and modify...maybe iŽll write something about it next year who knows.


To everyone else:

I just redesigned the layout of my plan. Now its better and no parts are missing So feel free to download, share, build and enjoy

@ Eddy: youŽre very welcome
Community WIN! Thanks!
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Old Nov 25, 2012, 06:17 PM
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You are very welcome! I have read oooohhh so many great build threads and if i can give a tiny bit back it feels great
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Old Nov 25, 2012, 06:20 PM
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You are very welcome! I have read oooohhh so many great build threads and if i can give a tiny bit back it feels great

Any template for the Balsa wood spars in the wings? (I'm just lazy)
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Old Nov 26, 2012, 01:52 AM
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Right now iŽd like to leave the decision to the builder. Some may be adding flaps and other things, so that the wing layout may change.
The supporting spars for the landing gear may also change position.

Maybe in the near future i will rework the wing in CAD and make proper plans but for now - if you plan my initial version add the spar at the ribs max. thickness. When building the wing with a flat underside, the height will be determined by the ribs and its very easy to cut and sand it after glueing.
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Old Nov 26, 2012, 02:32 AM
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Hi Andre,
here you are:
http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1683403
Flies nice, handles easy and is almost as slow as the real one

I like your approaches: A319, Dash-8, and now a Jumbolino (where the hell did you get that kit???)

Ans also a big thank you for providing your excellent plans.
It seems to me that all of us are getting better and better in here -
... so watch out Neffwaffe

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Old Nov 26, 2012, 03:34 AM
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markus,

i know your plane as i was browsing for RC A319 vids on yt i watched the superb landing. Really nice job and great model!!!
You can be proud!
I just hope mine flies that great!

The Jumbolino i got was not a kit any more. It was already built and i had to separate the parts and change them. The model was a bit expensive but i think that for this kind of model the price is somewhat OK.

About my approaches: I also have an 1:16 ATR72-500 i didnt mention. Build log follows soon as the model is close to maiden
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Old Nov 26, 2012, 01:56 PM
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Today was not cybermonday (i managed to resist HK ), but "Nacelle Day"

Not much to see right now. Just like the first one i sanded the second, then glued the engine mount (4mm poplar ply) in a slot i cut. After that i soldered and isolated the extension cables (2,5mmČ). To hide them and to get a scale shape of the engine mounts i will add 6mm depron to both sides after attaching them to the wing. I am planning to do so during next weekend.

Stay tuned
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Old Nov 26, 2012, 03:08 PM
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Looks good can't wait to see the glassing technique you use. This will be my first time glassing in prep for the B-1B. I will use this model as a experience builder since you have laid it out so nicely!
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Old Nov 26, 2012, 03:48 PM
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Self made lightweight spackle

Those nacelles are killer!!! Nice job
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Old Nov 26, 2012, 04:41 PM
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flexserve,

i can tell you this directly: I use lightweight spackle to even everything out and get a closed, flat surface. After sanding i wipe away the dust with damp cloth. Then i mix the resin (L285+H285) and get it on the part with a brush. After that i apply the glassfiber and let it soak. If i used too much resin i take a paper towel, let it soak too and take the excess resin away.
After the resin has cured i sand, fill, sand, clean and paint. But youŽll get the whole thing again in pictures soon
By the way your B-1 will be ravishing i am convinced!

Doushiyou,
thanks! They made some work after all even if it looks that simple... I canŽt wait to see them glassed and finished in glossy
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Old Nov 26, 2012, 04:44 PM
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Your A319 Nacels Look GREAT Andre!
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Very nice work!
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