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Old 08-05-2011, 06:31 AM
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I close the frame with composite plates







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Old 08-05-2011, 06:38 AM
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WOW!! - how come not in the mould Rumen? Did you learn something?
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Old 08-05-2011, 06:51 AM
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This method is better if you don't use Herex .The wing is very strong and at the same time strong.
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Old 09-04-2011, 11:11 PM
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Hi guys , my dream now is real ,I saw real functional Messerschmit Gustav 2 on our Bulgarian airshow BIAF 2011 and the other star of show MIG-29 OVT over my head in the air The experience was just amazing

More pics of BF-109 you can see here :

http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?s...9252393&type=1

More pics of Mig-29 here:

http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?s...9252393&type=1

and VIDEO :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0OnpiiB_XC8
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Old 09-05-2011, 06:14 AM
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Cool build fokke been watching for a while.
Thanks for the full scale pics. I love that the plane is in silver, it shows all the surface detail better than camo.
They will help me a lot in my emil build.

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Old 09-05-2011, 07:59 AM
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Hi Mike, you're so right. The silver fusface perfekt show as all rivets and details .I made better pics with ather camera , so I'll post more pics in Facebook

Where is topik of your Emil ??
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Old 09-05-2011, 07:23 PM
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Here is a pic of mine that was taken last week. Been working on it more off than on for almost 3 years. The wingspan is 3.3 meters. I have a thread here on rcu.

Just curious if you have given any thought about how you plan on doing the hinges on the flaps and aileron. It appears to me that the full scale plane has only 2 for each flying surface, from what i can tell with my information.

Keep posting the apdates of your plane and pictures or technical drawings of the full size 109. Many of the full size pictures and document information has helped me with my build.

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Old 09-10-2011, 07:20 AM
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ОООО Mike, I saw your topic and your realy nice work on this iмpresсive Emil in big size , if you nead some information about scale surface or some other info , you can find me on skype or in facebook

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Old 09-17-2011, 05:43 AM
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Thanks for the help rumen. Is your facebook page in your native language? I might have a problem with the language barrier.
I really like the wing design it should be very light without the retract hardware included.
I was wondering, all the composite wings that i have seen were of standard wood interior. Is there a reason why a foam core interior would not be a better choice?

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Old 10-06-2011, 10:11 AM
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Thanks for the help rumen. Is your facebook page in your native language? I might have a problem with the language barrier.
I really like the wing design it should be very light without the retract hardware included.
I was wondering, all the composite wings that i have seen were of standard wood interior. Is there a reason why a foam core interior would not be a better choice?

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Hi Mike,sory for my lateness with the answer.
My facebook page is on English ,I don'e see problems there .....
The total weight of one half wing is 650gr.-700
I thing that wihf foam and fiber glass is a good solution , will be very strong but the weight will be to much.I think that my decision in my case i better cose the weight is good and the strength is big .
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Rumen i found some information about a ME-109 pilot from your neighbor country of romania that i thought was interesting.
The story was about romanian pilot Alexandru "Alecu" Şerbănescu.

http://forum.largescaleplanes.com/in...1&#entry338784

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Old 10-12-2011, 06:19 AM
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Thanks for the nice story !
We have Bulgarian heros to , here is one of the best of them - Dimitar Spisarevski

On 20 December 1943, a group of 200 American B-24 Liberator bombers and fighter planes headed to Sofia in order to bomb the Bulgarian capital once again. 36 Bulgarian airplanes took off in order to intercept the bombers before they reached Sofia. Spisarevski was one of the Bulgarian Air Force's Messerschmitt Ме-109G-2 pilots on duty in Bozhurishte who were sent to intercept the bombers before they could reach the city.
According to the battle log of the 3/6 fighter wing, of which Spisarevski was part, the battle went the following way: the American B-24 aircraft flew towards Sofia in V-shaped formations of three, echeloned in a long rear column. The Bulgarians formed an opposing battle row, echeloned in squadrons of four in a rear column, at 6,000 m. The wing had the task to engage the enemy P-38 Lightning fighters while at the same time the other wing, 2/6, would hit the bombers and force them to release their bombs outside the city.
Flying Officer Spisarevski's aircraft failed to start and he took off in a reserve plane with some delay in what would be his first and only aerial battle. When he reached the bombers, the battle had already begun. Spisarevski evaded two American fighters, headed to a group of 16 Liberators and, without ceasing fire, crashed into the leading bomber. The bomber split in mid-air and only the tail gunner survived. Spisarevski's machine crashed at the heights near the village of Pasarel close to Sofia. His body was found among the debris. The hit American bomber crashed on the other side of the village. For the taking down of a four-engine bomber, he was credited posthumously with three aerial victories and promoted to the rank of Captain. Spisarevski was buried in the Central Sofia Cemetery, in the Walk of Pilots.
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During war, desperate circumstances provoke desperate actions. It does not mater which side you fight for you are fighting for your country.
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Old 12-20-2011, 08:42 AM
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Hi guys , after several attempts and variants, finally stopped the final construction of the wings. I made a box-longherone for more strength, 9 ribs are 4mm.balsa and all this long legs of each rib are now shorter.
I hope that this longherone is enough .......

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Hi guys , so I am redy with the engine ,I have props and made flaps and ailerons

Engine is 35cc glow (alcohol)
props 20x8 and 19x8
flap and aileron 140gr.

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Amazing work once again!

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Old 12-20-2011, 09:00 AM
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Hi, this it the result of my autocad work,here in this plywood and balsa have my (last) new two wings amd wood parts for composite fuselage. Afret assemly of fuselage pasrt I don't have any mistakes in construction, the next step is assamblyig two wings with the new ribs :shine

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"""""""Amazing work once again!

Casey """""""

Thank you very much Casey, I wach your work on BF to

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Ahhh yes, but the difference is... you create, I just assemble lol..great work, I love the detail you were able to get into your parts. It's all quite crisp and clean.

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Old 12-21-2011, 01:45 PM
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The wing is looking great rumen. This thing is going to be impressive with some paint on it.
You probably have seen this site, but i thought i would pass it on to you if you have not seen it. It has a wealth of pictures, many i had not seen before.
It is in russian but there is a translate button so you can translate into other languages.
This link is for the 109E discussion, there are many other discussions on the main page.
http://scalemodels.ru/modules/forum/...9_start_0.html


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Old 12-21-2011, 02:06 PM
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WOW ! Thanks for the link Mike, this is russian forum for scale static models, but the discussion there is very interesting,.I don't have problem with translating, I speak Russian. Thanks again,

PS: very soon I'll start to paint [sm=punching.gif][sm=biggrin.gif]
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Today my little boy is very hapy cose st.Claus brought him original pilot's overalls from NATO airbase in Turkey, with Bulgarian shoulder mark the 16th air base



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Sweet!

Im jealous

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Hi guys , several details for fuselage

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Hi Fokke -

Are you marketing this kit for sale????

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