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Old 05-22-2024, 07:19 PM
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Can someone here help me with .DWG, .DXF or any other vector based plans of the DeHaviland Tiger Moth? Been wanting to build one for quite some time. Size doesn't matter much but will prefer something between 40 to 50in span..... or any other size which can be suitably scaled for the stated wing span. Looking to go either electric (4 cell) or on .46 size Glow engine.

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Here is my brothers scratch built Jenny. His second one. He is a retired A&P, 50 years in aviation, plus a hitch in the AF. Everything here cut out from plans, wire rigging finished.
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You might find what your looking for on The Outerzone https://outerzone.co.uk/search/resul...ord=Tiger+Moth
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Crankpin...... Thats a good looking model. Must fly well...

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Thanks a lot Lake Flier..... but all these files are .pdf. Converting one to a CAD drawing does not give the resolution one would need and everything needs to be drawn all over again.

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