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Old Nov 15, 2006, 05:55 PM
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Peter Rake plans

It has been suggested, possibly to prevent the question arising again in various threads, that I post a definitive listing of all my plans, along with details of availability. Rather than double list some types, I'll only list the latest version of a design, which usually means the earlier one has been re-drawn in CAD.
Rather than just post a list, I thought it might be worth sorting them into groups based on size - IPS, 400, etc. So, off we go then.

IPS
Chiribiri - 30" - 3 channel
Castaibert - 30" - 3 channel (CAD)
Duigan Tractor Biplane - 27" - 3 channel (CAD)
DH6 - 27" - 3 channel (CAD)
Bristol Fighter - 27" - 3 channel (CAD)
Bristol Scout - 27" - 3 channel* (CAD)
Farman Sport - 24" 3 channel*(CAD)
Fokker EIII - 30" - 3 channel (CAD)
Fokker DVIII - 30" - 3 channel (CAD)
Hergt Monoplane - 30" - 3 channel (CAD)
Martin MO-1 - 30" - 3 channel* (CAD)
Moska MB bis - 30" - 3 channel (CAD)
Morane Saulnier L - 30" - 3 channel (CAD)
Nieuport Monoplane - 30" - 3 channel (CAD)
Nieuport IV Monoplane - 30" - 3 channel (CAD)
Nieuport 11 - 24.75" - 3 channel* (CAD)
Pfalz E1 - 30" - 3 channel (CAD)
Sopwith Strutter - 27" - 3 channel (CAD)
Sopwith Camel - 27" - 3 channel* (CAD)
Sperry Monoplane - 30" - 3 channel
Stahlwerk - 30" - 3 channel
White Monoplane - 30" - 3 channel

* refers to plans with at least aileron outlines shown for those wishing to go that route.

Bigger than IPS
Fokker EIII - 36" - 3 channel - geared 280/XT300 BL (CAD)
Hanriot Monoplane - 36" - 3 channel - XT300 BL (CAD)
Morane Saulnier G - 36" - 3 channel - XT300 BL (CAD)
Moska M1 - 36" - 3 channel - XT300 BL (CAD)
Nieuport Monoplane - 36" - 3 channel - XT300 BL (CAD)
Samolot Kogutek - 36" - 3 channel - XT300 BL (CAD)
Morane Saulnier Racer - 33" - 3 channel - XT300 BL (CAD)
Eastbourne Monoplane - 36" - 3 channel - d/d s300/XT300 BL (CAD)

400 size
Aeronca O-58A - 45" - 3 channel
Avro 504 - 36" - 3 channel
BE2c - 36" - 3 channel
Botali PAMA - 40"- 3 channel
Bristol Scout - 36" - 4 channel (CAD)
Bristol F2B - 36" - 3 channel (CAD)
Castaibert - 40" - 3 channel (CAD)
Caudron N - 45" - 3 channel
Chiribiri - 45" - 3 channel
Currie Wot - 36" - 3 channel
1913 Deperdussin - 45" - 3 channel
DH6 - 36" - 3 channel (CAD)
DH Tiger Moth - 36" - 3 channel
Duigan Tractor Biplane - 36" - 3 channel (CAD)
Eastbourne Monoplane - 48" - 3 channel (CAD)
Elias Aircoupe - 38" - 3 channel
Farman Moustique 1 - 40" - 3 channel
Farman Sport - 40" - 3 cnannel
Fokker EIII - 48" - 3 channel (CAD)
Fokker DII - 36" - 3 channel
Fokker DVII - 39" - 4 channel
Fokker DVIII - 42" - 3 or 4 channel (CAD)
Goupy Biplane - 36" - 3 channel
Hanriot H19 - 36" - 3 channel
Huntington Monoplane - 40" - 3 channel
Isaccs Fury -33" - 4 channel (CAD)
Le Petit Brochet - 40" - 3 channel
Martinsyde S1 - 36" - 3 channel
Minimax - 36" - 3 channel
Morane Saulnier H - 46" - 3 channel
Morane Saulnier L - 45" - 3 channel
Morane Saulnier N - 41" - 3 channel
Nieuport 11 - 33" - 4 channel (CAD)
Nieuport 28 - 36" - 3 channel
Peyret Nessler - 45" - 3 channel
Pfalz EI - 46" - 3 channel
Ponnier L1 - 36" - 3 channel
Rapid Monoplane - 40" - 3 channel
Rennard R17 - 40" - 3 channel
Sablier S12 - 45" - 3 channel
SE5 - 38" - 3 channel
SE5A - 36" - 4 channel (CAD)
Sommer Monoplane - 45" - 3 channel
Sopwith Camel - 36" - 4 channel (CAD)
Sopwith Dolphin - 36" - 3 channel
Sopwith Pup 36" - 3 channel
Sopwith Strutter - 36" - 3 channel (CAD)
SPAD XIII - 36" - 4 channel (CAD)
Sperry Monoplane - 45" - 3 channel
Stahlwerk - 45" - 3 channel
Thomas Morse Scout - 36" - 4 channel (CAD)
Waco SRE - 38" - 3 channel (CAD)
White Monoplane - 45" - 3 channel

Bigger than 400
BAT Baboon - 42" - 3 channel - bell motor (CAD)
Fokker EIII - 60" - 3 channel - geared 600
FE8 - 42" - 4 channel - bell motor (CAD)
Morane Saulnier L - 72" - 3 channel - geared 600/ medium BL
Ponnier Racer - 50" - 3 or 4 channel (wing warp) - PJS 800E BL (CAD)
Pfalz E1 - 60" - 3 channel - geared 600 (CAD)
SE5A - 54" - 4 channel - geared 600 (CAD)
Sopwith Triplane - 45" - 4 channel - geared 600 (CAD)
SPAD XIII - 54" - 4 channel - geared 600 (CAD)

Non Scale
AJ Spotster - 36" - 4 channel - d/d 400
Furious - 33" - 3 channel - d/d 400
Hindsight - 45" - 4 channel - geared 600
Prowler - 36" - 4 channel - d/d 400
Scout - 56" - 4 channel - geared 600
Tiger Shark - 36" - 4 channel - d/d 400
Trooper - 45" - 3 channel - geared 400
Voltsjaeger - 56" - 4 channel - geared 600

I'll add new ones, or missed ones to the list. If you'd like photos, I'll see what I have. I'm sure I don't have photos of them all.

Any plan marked (CAD) is CA drawn and available electronically (PDF) or on paper. Otherwise, paper copies only.

Pete
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Old Nov 15, 2006, 06:04 PM
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I thought you were going to post a list? But really, Peter I was wondering of all your planes here. Which would you say is the hardest to fly? Not as in a bad flyer but the most challenging.
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Old Nov 15, 2006, 06:05 PM
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Pete, is the West Cumbria site no more?? I went looking a couple of weeks ago and wasn't able to locate it.
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Old Nov 15, 2006, 06:46 PM
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Time to set up your web site Peter...

theres a suitable domain not been registered yet..

PM me if you think its a good idea..I can help..
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Old Nov 15, 2006, 06:53 PM
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That's what I was thinking. It looks as if the West Cumbria site may have breeched it's capacity.

A Rake only site would be great. Imagine old articles, links to builds, a gallery and so on... Oooohh.. I know, how about plans for sale and accessible online!
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Old Nov 15, 2006, 06:57 PM
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One step at a time..

I don't mind setting it up...but ultimately Peter has to maintain it, and that's a steep learning curve..
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Old Nov 15, 2006, 07:48 PM
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Jim,
Obviously, I can only speak for the designs I personally have flown but I'd have to say that the Tiger Shark was probably the most challenging to fly. However, that might just be me, I'm not really a low wing, four function siort of flier. It wasn't difficult to fly, but everything happened so fast with it.
Of the scale jobs, the Morane G was the most difficult to trim (as anyone who read my thread will attest). Once trimmed, it's a real pussycat.

Alby,
I think it more likely that the West Cumbria site just ran out of money. John moved to Florida, and presumably allowed the site to lapse. Funny how reluctant they are to keep sites going when no-one is paying the bills.

Vintage,
Aren't websites terribly complicated and expensive to maintain? I'm certainly no computer whizz, barely being able to send e-mails - and post on e-flight forums. I'm quite sure organising a forum style site is well beyond me and I wouldn't have a clue where to begin if something went wrong with it. I might just be able to cope with a simple site though. VERY SIMPLE - a bit like me really.

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Old Nov 15, 2006, 08:06 PM
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Very Impressive List Peter

Wow Peter , That's some list. Now where's the Sopwith Bat-Boat? I'd love to see this in your list someday soon, one of my most favorite sea planes. I just received my first copy of of Flying Scale Models and theres your FE8 plans. Wow it looks great. Cannot wait for the part set tp arrive. Keep up the great work, it is greatly admired by all of us here on RC Groups.
Best regards,
The Vagabond , Jon
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Old Nov 15, 2006, 08:19 PM
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Peter,

As one of your many avid followers may I say thank you for this list. All I have to do now is get the new mortgage ....

Mind you it is now getting harder to get the smaller motors I'm finding, and am now having to look at doing my own brushed ESC as many places no longer list them on their web sites!

Please keep up the prolific work!

PeteH
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Old Nov 16, 2006, 04:40 AM
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Vintage,
Aren't websites terribly complicated and expensive to maintain? I'm certainly no computer whizz, barely being able to send e-mails - and post on e-flight forums. I'm quite sure organising a forum style site is well beyond me and I wouldn't have a clue where to begin if something went wrong with it. I might just be able to cope with a simple site though. VERY SIMPLE - a bit like me really.

Pete
Well registering a domain, and getting a server somewhere - that is 30 a year from the ISP I use. Its not a lot of space..you need to spend a bit more for more server space..but that would be enough to start with. You can upgrade later.

http://www.uk.clara.net/clarahost/comparison.html

Setting up a simple site (not a chatter site..why not use here?) is not hard...the two things you have to learn are how to upload files to it, and how to create or edit the files.

Uploading is a little bit harder than email, but not much. Creating means you need to understand a bit of HTML, which isn't THAT hard for simple stuff, or use an HTML editor like DreamWeaver. Once you have that set up its pretty much a question of editing files in a local copy of the site, and then asking dreamwaver to upload the changes.

Its not worth trying to sell stuff directly...best is to simply say what's available and get people to e-mail you with purchase request..thats partially automatable.

I would never farm out a site to someone else..expensive way to lose money. Make it simple enough so that you can do it yourself, and stick to what you know, and its enough. I would certainly get it set up for you to the level where you could take it over..your costs would be some editing software, and the claranet costs.

What I would like to see, is a site that has:-

- a bit about you, how you got started, what you do etc.
- lists of all the designs each one with a link to:-
- a full page on each design, with pictures, links to build threads here, and links to manzanolaser, so that people know where to get the parts, if its laser cut and links to videos of the plane, if available.

Plus any more non copyright material like how to build wire wheels.

Plus any stuff you cared to stick up..
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Old Nov 16, 2006, 05:25 AM
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Vintage, if you decide to go ahead with this and you have a copy of Dreamweaver yourself investigate another product called Contribute. I have had great success with getting clients updating their own sites with this. It allows me to set up a site in Dreamweaver and restrict their editing rights using templates and css files to both keep them out of trouble and to maintain the look of the site. It's a lot cheaper to buy than Dreamweaver and is far friendlier for beginners. You can check out a trial version from the Adobe site:

http://www.adobe.com/products/contribute/
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Old Nov 16, 2006, 05:34 AM
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We (more like my wife) use a site builder from Yahoo. Cost is $12 per month - the interface is quite easy to manage compared to Dreamweaver.
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Old Nov 16, 2006, 08:58 AM
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Great stuff guys. We'll get Peter from the Jurassic to at least the Neolithic, yet.
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Old Nov 16, 2006, 11:25 AM
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Mozilla Composer is not perfect but pretty good for beginners.

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Old Jan 28, 2007, 04:43 AM
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Hi Pete

I have recently picked up a copy of one of your planes for a Caudron 1912 monoplane (I think it would be the Caudron N mentioned in your list).

Would it be possible to have a few photos posted? I am having a bit of trouble working out where all the wires end up around the gear. It looks like the outer sets cross over to the other side of the forward sectoin and the inner set to the rear section in the middle..

Thanks,

Stephen
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