DeHavilland DH-60 Gipsy Moth 762mm laser. carved

Mini-model of a British sports aircraft with rubber drive. Laser cut parts, propellers, rubber harness and cover. material. Span 762 mm.

4SK0336

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DUMAS

In stock: 5 pcs
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85,45 €
Price without VAT
70,62 €

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First DH.60 Moth (Moth) driven by the engine ADC Cirrus rocketed skyward in 1925. DeHavillandovy machines became an instant success and established a glorious tradition of training, sport and aerobatic biplanes carrying the name Moth supplemented marking engine. First DH.60 so it was known as Cirrus Moth; in 1928 he started the production of improved versions DH.60G Gypsy Moth engine driven deHavilland Gypsy I. DH.60 is famous for a number of long-haul flights, as was the staged expedition Amy Johnson to Australia with a length of 11,000 miles - the Gypsy Moth G-Aaah named Jason can be viewed in the Science Museum in London.

Designers of American companies DUMAS Aircraft is the ideal machine for modelers who already has at least basic experience in building small models powered by rubber (as the first model to obtain basic experience with classical building is recommended to first build eg. One of the cabin wing aircraft from Guillow's or HERR ). You will improve in the building "žbrdličkové" skeleton of the fuselage and wings, paper coating and painting, preparation and curing the rubber volume zalétávání - just all those wonderful skills genuine classic modelařiny. Given the size and complexity of the master model is already quite a lot of construction, but due to high preprocessed laser-carved parts it goes like clockwork.

Designers freely flying semiscales British sports trainer biplane designed for propulsion by rubber. The model is a classic balsa structure in Rozsyp with laser carved wooden parts and plastic parts drawn by injection molding. The hull is constructed normal minimaketářskou technology - the first of balsa wood strips assembling the sides, which connect polopřepážkami and bars in the lattice frame. The final round shapes get after sticking a large number of thin stringers. The wings are the classic design of the spars and ribs, tail out of balsa wood strips and laser-carved parts.

Gipsy Moth is also very suitable for conversion to RC model - is already large enough to support the now fairly common for miniature RC equipment with 4-5 g servos.

Kit includes: laser carved balsa parts, balsa wood beams, plastic propeller shaft and head, rubber volume (FAI competition rubber TAN II), bicycles, steel strings on chassis and other small parts, colored lining paper sheet of stickers, construction plan.

Margin [mm] 762
controlled functions None
Building intensity S2
Difficulty piloting P0

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