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Old Dec 13, 2004, 09:21 AM
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jetset44 Parkflyers jets for beginners

Hi,

from my point of you the parkflyer jets from Steve are incredible. I must have one, but which one.
Up to now, I'm flying around with a Toro300 flying wing. Which of Steves parkflyer jets should be the next step or which of them is the simplest one to fly.

Thanks for any help
Peter
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Old Dec 13, 2004, 02:12 PM
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Well, thanks for the compliment! I would recommend starting with the F-15 since it's the easiet Park Jet to build and to fly. It has the simplest structure to build and is also more stable and forgiving in flight than either the F-18 or Gripen.

Good luck! And welcome to Ezone!

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Old Dec 13, 2004, 02:36 PM
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Hi Steve,

thanks for the answer.
By the way, are there some resellers in Germany?

Greetings
Peter
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Old Dec 13, 2004, 02:43 PM
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Hi Steve,

thanks for the answer.
By the way, are there some resellers in Germany?

Greetings
Peter
I don't know if there are any resellers in Germany. I'd suggest sending an email to sales@3DFoamy.com and ask. If not, he does ship internationally.

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Old Dec 13, 2004, 03:06 PM
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Hi Steve,

thanks for the answer.
By the way, are there some resellers in Germany?

Greetings
Peter

Peter!

This is the way I did it:
Downloaded the plan and took the non-tiled pdf file to a local printshop. They printed 2 copies for me. I then cut one plan with all the pieces about a cm away from the lines. Then used a gluestick and glued the paper pieces on the depron (Should not be difficult to get hold of - hav a look in a german forum and look for indoor models!) Then using a new exacto knife or a sougons knife and a steel ruler (most cuts are staight lines!) You should have all the pieces in about 1-2 hours - No big deal.

Putting it togeter is made easy by the very good instructions Steve ahs put together. If problems or questions as them here and we'l all be happy to help - that's what rcgroups is all about! Welcome!!

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Old Dec 13, 2004, 03:18 PM
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German Reseller

Gibt es:

Jens Hicken
Gablonzer Weg 10
D-48431 Rheine
info@3DFoamy.de
BLZ 403 500 05
Konto 200 2541

It might be cheaper to order it here in the states; prices in Germany are the same in Euro than what you pay here in $. And with the exchang rate skyrocketing right now ( 1 Euro= 1,35$) you can forget about international shipping, and it takes about 5 days from the states to Germany. There is no tax or "Einführzoll" on anything below a 100$, above they might charge the "Zollabgabe", I cant recall they ever did . Compared to last year my German pension went up by 35%!
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