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Old 05-06-2023, 12:41 PM
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I think about the construction of the wing and the profile.
This airfoil and wing are too big.
If you have a good idea, write that or upload
the picture or the plan here.
The picture is from the e-book
"Самолёт ЛИ-2" (1946 г.).
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Old 06-10-2023, 02:12 AM
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This drawing helped me a lot to draw the engine nicalle.
The picture is from the e-book "Самолёт ЛИ-2" (1946 г.).
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This drawing would have helped me a lot when I drew the fuselage of the plane.
Unfortunately, I just found it now.
I found the drawing here: https://rcopen.com/forum/f131/topic427220/27

Do you have any suggestions for moving the flaps on the center wing?
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Here is my e-mail address if you would like to help me with photos and drawings to draw the wing of the model: [email protected]

You can download this book from here: Ѕиблиотека

Old 07-09-2023, 12:53 PM
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That link is for the book download but it is in dvju and not pdf..
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To move the central flap. The one underneath the fuselage you can make a tongue (an straight extension) from the wing flaps (2 sides) and these lower the fuselage flap. Otherwise make a servo inside the fuselage centre section pushing a horn down. Of course all the three flaps have to be synchronized so that they all go down together. There is no short of walkaround photos of the DC-3 on the net so you should not have any problem locating what you really want.
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Thanks Reuben.
In what scale do you draw and build your own model?

My first idea is 2-2 servos to move the flaps in the middle part of the wing, since the surface of the flaps are large.

The second idea that I like is the movement of the flaps Strula Snorrason's M1:8 DC-3 model.
http://rcsturla.com/douglas-dc-3-photos/
I will ask for his opinion and suggestion
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I wrote an e-mail to Strula.
I haven't received an answer so far from Strula.
The picture is from the e-book "Самолёт ЛИ-2" (1951 г.).
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