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Flying Scale Models Magazine May-14 Back Issue

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6 CONTACT
Just for openers
8 VELOmania
Whittaker takes his camera to BMFA North West's Indoor Free
Flight Scale event at the Manchster Velodrome
14 TECHNO SCALE
Web sites to browse
FULL-SIZE FREE PLANS
16 ANTIONETTE monoplane PART 2
Concluding the construction article for the 72” span model
designed by Peter Rake and built and described
by Barry Maas
22 FOKKER D.VII
A 1/6 scale model for electric power. Designed by Peter Rake,
with the prototype model built and described by Pat Lynch
28 FOKKER FLYING COLOURS
Warpaint for for the D.VII
30 FOKKER TYPE HISTORY
The only aircraft, ever mentioned in an armistice treaty, the
D.VII was undoubtedly Germany’s most famous WW1 fighter
34 FOKKER SCALE DRAWING
1:40 fine-line three view drawings
36 WIRE IN THE WIND
Gary Sunderland concludes his detailed advice for barcing
and rigging the old biplanes
44 subjects for scale
hawker CYGNET
The Hawker Aircraft Company’s one and only entry into the
light aircraft field - back in 1924
50 hawker CYGNET IN DETAIL
Close-up detail for scale modelling
56 FUSELAGE LOFTING
A proven method of creating accurate fuselage former shapes
58 SCale soaring
Chris Williams, in rebuild mode - and offers a balance point jig
62 QUIET ZONE
This month, Jonathan Rider takes the reigns to pass on
details of his scale detailing techniques
read more read less
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May-14 6 CONTACT Just for openers 8 VELOmania Whittaker takes his camera to BMFA North West's Indoor Free Flight Scale event at the Manchster Velodrome 14 TECHNO SCALE Web sites to browse FULL-SIZE FREE PLANS 16 ANTIONETTE monoplane PART 2 Concluding the construction article for the 72” span model designed by Peter Rake and built and described by Barry Maas 22 FOKKER D.VII A 1/6 scale model for electric power. Designed by Peter Rake, with the prototype model built and described by Pat Lynch 28 FOKKER FLYING COLOURS Warpaint for for the D.VII 30 FOKKER TYPE HISTORY The only aircraft, ever mentioned in an armistice treaty, the D.VII was undoubtedly Germany’s most famous WW1 fighter 34 FOKKER SCALE DRAWING 1:40 fine-line three view drawings 36 WIRE IN THE WIND Gary Sunderland concludes his detailed advice for barcing and rigging the old biplanes 44 subjects for scale hawker CYGNET The Hawker Aircraft Company’s one and only entry into the light aircraft field - back in 1924 50 hawker CYGNET IN DETAIL Close-up detail for scale modelling 56 FUSELAGE LOFTING A proven method of creating accurate fuselage former shapes 58 SCale soaring Chris Williams, in rebuild mode - and offers a balance point jig 62 QUIET ZONE This month, Jonathan Rider takes the reigns to pass on details of his scale detailing techniques


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Flying Scale Models  |  May-14  


6 CONTACT
Just for openers
8 VELOmania
Whittaker takes his camera to BMFA North West's Indoor Free
Flight Scale event at the Manchster Velodrome
14 TECHNO SCALE
Web sites to browse
FULL-SIZE FREE PLANS
16 ANTIONETTE monoplane PART 2
Concluding the construction article for the 72” span model
designed by Peter Rake and built and described
by Barry Maas
22 FOKKER D.VII
A 1/6 scale model for electric power. Designed by Peter Rake,
with the prototype model built and described by Pat Lynch
28 FOKKER FLYING COLOURS
Warpaint for for the D.VII
30 FOKKER TYPE HISTORY
The only aircraft, ever mentioned in an armistice treaty, the
D.VII was undoubtedly Germany’s most famous WW1 fighter
34 FOKKER SCALE DRAWING
1:40 fine-line three view drawings
36 WIRE IN THE WIND
Gary Sunderland concludes his detailed advice for barcing
and rigging the old biplanes
44 subjects for scale
hawker CYGNET
The Hawker Aircraft Company’s one and only entry into the
light aircraft field - back in 1924
50 hawker CYGNET IN DETAIL
Close-up detail for scale modelling
56 FUSELAGE LOFTING
A proven method of creating accurate fuselage former shapes
58 SCale soaring
Chris Williams, in rebuild mode - and offers a balance point jig
62 QUIET ZONE
This month, Jonathan Rider takes the reigns to pass on
details of his scale detailing techniques
read more read less
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