|May 10, 2002, 03:26 AM|
Bluecor for beginners?
Is there a website, or a thread that goes into detail on how to make a plane out of bluecor?
Some of the planes that i've seen here look fantastic! But where do you start? All of the threads here go beyond the newbie in explaining what was done.
|May 10, 2002, 07:58 AM|
Take a look through the fanfold thread started by 'emoone'. There is a lot of useful info that has been gathered over the last 1000 entries.... Godd luck and if you have any spcific questions don't hesitate to post, most of the zoners here will be more than willing to share their 2 cents.
|May 10, 2002, 09:24 AM|
Here's that glorious thread KillerAir mentioned:
Lot's to go thorough, but tons of inspiration.
Some people plan their planes out. Some design and build as they go using the TLAR or the TSAR method--That Looks About Right or That Seems About Right.
|May 10, 2002, 11:48 AM|
ZagNutz BlueCore Flying Wing:
Here's another thread on Ezone that looks interesting:
Pibros [ normally Depron but can be modified for F3 ]
F3 ( Fan Fold Foam ) FAQ:
Someone has already mentioned Genebond's BlueStick .... if you like small models its a winner.
Do a search for the Drenalyn as well. It's normally a Depron/Foamboard project but might could be modified for F3.
Hope this helps!
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