Still looking in my spare time!?
I haven't had the time to do a lot of looking, and what's bad is, our basement has only about 550sq feet of room to go through. So you would think that it wouldn't take too long to find. . . . . . . .well. . . . . . . . I have also still not found my AceR/C Easy Eagle (not yet totally finished) in the stuff still packed up since the move about 13 months ago to this area. GRRRRRRRRR!!!!!!!! Wish I had more time at the moment.
Anyway, bash-ace, if Jaffry Stephenson is the person from that issue of the Model Airplane News magizine construction article, I would be happy to hear if it was a mistake or not. At that time, I didn't proceed in the construction because I didn't have the finances to make any mistakes. Something tells me the question I had delt with the way the wing angle and the horizontal angle of the pieces holding the fan unit flowed (if it even would have been a problem). But in the meantime, I'll keep looking every chance I get to find my set of plans and the question I had about it. I'm pretty sure I documented it on the plans, heck, at that time I even folded (BIG mistake) the plans up instead of rolling them up nicely.
And, ajcoholic, did those plans of the .60 size plane have an option for retractable gear? I've been out of the "loop" for too long. I remember getting the Tower Hobbies flyer long ago, and every now and then, seeing the other one your talking about being advertised in it. Mannn! Did I ever want to get my hands on that model! WOO!
I do remember though, that someone had made an even BIGGER size Scale Fantrainer that carried an onboard camera so a person could actually fly it from an "arcade" type booth with a buddy system hooked up so if they would get into trouble, the second person could take over the flight.
Talk to ya'll later sometime, THANKS!!