Search results “Old time model airplane plans”
Old Time Model Airplanes
Views: 14717 Matt Haugh
Old Time Stunt with the Viking Control Line Airplane
First time doing the Old Time Stunt pattern with the First time with the Viking. Old time Stunt requires that one used planes designed before 1953. Viking Kit from Brodak....http://brodak.com/viking-kit.html The pattern is different than the PAMPA Stunt pattern. Hoping to enter in an upcoming contest...... Whoooooo Buddy)))) Shug
Views: 28808 shugemery
Electron electric model plane,1949-50 rc, old time balsa model
Norman Rosenstock designed this in '49, plan in Flying Models 1950, I built an enlarged version for electric (3-channel) - still needs covering. Soon!
Views: 20217 horipet
Another old-school RC plane (glider)
This time it's Ron's turn to fly an old-school RC plane, a glider he put together from the bag of mis-matched wings and fuselages he bought recently. It flies okay too! But what was the bit that fell off?
Views: 54617 xjet
How to enlarge and print 3 view scale plans for model aircraft.
Using Microsoft Office Publisher and any printer I demonstrate how you can scale up a 3 view drawing to any size you desire to build off. Ideal for the scratch semi or scale builder of RC model aircraft. Goto http://youtu.be/WtWtjY8vuxY to see my RC electric semi scale model aero plane of 1916 De Havilland DH-2. Goto https://youtu.be/5GmwJjam0lQ to see my RC electric semi scale model aero plane of Handley Page Heyford. Go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6wbWlwJGxu4 to see my RC electric semi scale model of a Spitfire. Go to https://youtu.be/ta507T8I5aE to see my RC electric semi scale model airplane of Boeing B29.
Views: 10128 Alexander Meek
Old timer model aircraft flying - The Answer vintage model aircraft filmed in 1997
Vintage model aircraft The Answer. Built from a Cambrian kit in1997 and powered by a PAW 1cc diesel engine. R/C is Fleet on rudder and elevator . Covering is lightspan. Fuel tank custom made from brass sheet. This model was first seen in America around 1939 and later kitted by KeilKraft in England as the "Scorpian". My model was from the original plans and the kit made available by John Venti of Cambria Models. John has now departed I am sad to say and the company sold off. The Answer uses a Ritz wing as shown on the original plans. This is really an oven structure curved plate giving a very thin wing. The KeilKraft kit ( Scorpian) used a traditional built up wing. Scorpian plans are still available if you want a real builders project. Contact Ben Buckle. Span is about 45 inches. Everything in the model was British made but for two Hitech mini servos. No chance of that now. What have we come to ?
Views: 16312 Peter Robinson
Old Timer model airplane: Skylark
..a little know '50 fledgling. Free flight model airplane converted to R/C adhering original plans and measures..the result is a cool little model for hours of relaxed flights.. If you want to know about it can click on this link : http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1311294
Views: 697 truemanbox
Vintage Model Company Balsa Kits
The latest addition to the Hobbies balsa aircraft range
Views: 9179 Hobbies Ltd
homemade balsa wood p-38 lightning. HD
The P-38 Lighting a famous fighter plane in WW2. I am making this aircraft from scratch just my own drawn up plans and a lot of balsa wood, enjoy. please leave a rate and a comment.
Model Airplane Plans
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Views: 173 Model Airplane Kits
Video 1: Building an electric RC plane from plans
I plan on building this rc plane over the coming months. It's called Millie Bob and the plans came free with the May 2015 edition of RC Model World. The designer of the plane has a video of his first flight with it here: http://youtu.be/Db4Mt7QR7Vk
Views: 13098 Conor O'Neill
History of RC Model Airplanes
History of radio remote control model airplane from the 1930s-1960s
Views: 169226 youmorb
Herr Manufacturing Piper Cub Review and build
Herr Manufacturing Piper J3 cub build and Review By James Packwood www.myrccenter.com www.my-rc-zone.com This model is geared for the intermediate to advanced builder. If you’re just starting out building a balsa model then I would suggest one of the Guillows kits to cut your teeth on. If you’re looking to move up to a more intricate build then this is the model for you. I would make sure you read the instructions thru a couple of times before starting so that you have a good grasp of the build. The model will take some time to assemble so be prepared for at least a couple of weekends and a few weekdays to put it together. Pros • The cub is designed to have minimal weight. • All the parts assembled nicely. • The parts are all laser cut so they were easy to remove from boards. • Plenty on tissue provided in the kit Cons • Instruction were a little hard to read. • Parts are not numbered so you will need number them yourself from the directions. • The trailing edge for the rudder and elevator need special attention so please review the video on how to do that. All in all it was fun. So if you love to build. Then this would be a nice kit for you. If you’re into ARF’s then I would pass this up, unless you are ready for a good challenge. Happy Building
Views: 40310 MyRCCenter
Video 6: Building an electric RC plane from plans - Spars
Video 6 of the Millie Bob build - Cutting the spars, leading and trailing edges, and dry assembly of the wing. See Video 1 here - https://youtu.be/p6aLyVwkqAo See Video 2 here - https://youtu.be/ORbrF-aIA7s See Video 3 here - https://youtu.be/O_ocHhTaYQw See Video 4 here - https://youtu.be/si6NITV1yeQ See Video 5 here - https://youtu.be/2VAZDY8sO7M
Views: 10897 Conor O'Neill
Stentorian vintage model aeroplane
Electric Stentorian
Views: 1343 Mick Butler
Flite Test | Balsa Building Basics
Josh and Peter go over some of the basics when getting started with balsa building. More details and links available here: http://flitetest.com/articles/balsa-building-basics Thanks for watching! Stay tuned for more Balsa build stuff and be sure to let us know what you'd like to see in future episodes!
Views: 221599 FliteTest
Supermarine Spitfire Balsa Kit Model - Timelapse
Timelapse of Supermarine Spitfire Balsa Kit Model build by Guillow's
Views: 16325 pekka jonsson
Electric Control Line model aircraft.
This project wants to inspire people, to build a balsa wood airplane from a drawing. It gives all the instructions to build a ready to fly C/L electric model. Features: - Beginners model; with some help from age 12 on. - Simple construction with full size plans. - Common tools and easily obtainable materials. - A balsa wood mid-wing C/L airplane; wingspan 16". - Electric DC brush airplane motor; 6 to 9V, 5A, 37W. - Power over control lines. (2x6m. or 2x20Foot. long) - Control handle with on/off micro switch. - Line made from 0.6 mm copperwire, enamelled. - Sealed battery, min. 7.5AH, carried with you. - In- and outdoor useable. - Finally, cost about 40 $ excl. battery + charger; flying is free! Complete project with drawings and partslist on: http://www.instructables.com/id/Build-and-fly-a-CL-model-aircraft/
Views: 20107 Berto A
This 1930s German educational film, Part 2 of 2 (we could not locate Part 1 unfortunately!), shows how to construct an airplane model from balsa wood, paper and glue. After adjusting for the center of gravity with weights, the finished product is then test flown by two young boys off a hill. In the early 20th century this type of model building was commonplace. Scale models in the 1920s and 30s, and even into the 1960s, were often made from paper (normal or heavy), balsa wood or card stock. Commercial models were printed by publishers mainly based in Europe and the USA. From World War I through the 1950s, flying model airplanes were built from light weight bamboo or balsa wood and covered with tissue paper. This was a difficult, time consuming process that mirrored the actual construction of airplanes through the beginning of World War II. The Cleveland Model and Supply Corporation made the most complex, challenging kits, while Guillow's made simpler, relatively easy kits. We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example like: "01:00:12:00 -- President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD and 2k. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
Views: 26901 PeriscopeFilm
Model Boat Building: 'Edinburgh Castle' Union-Castle Line Ship (1956) | British Pathé
Watch as Mr Bill Prior, a toolmaker, creates a model boat replica of the 'Edinburgh Castle', an armed merchant cruiser in World War I and an accommodation ship in World War II. For Archive Licensing Enquiries Visit: https://goo.gl/W4hZBv Explore Our Online Channel For FULL Documentaries, Fascinating Interviews & Classic Movies: https://goo.gl/7dVe8r #BritishPathé #History #Model #Boat #ModelBuilding #Building #WWI #WWII License This Film: (FILM ID:57.10) http://www.britishpathe.com/video/model-boat-building/ Subscribe to the British Pathé YT Channel: https://goo.gl/hV1nkf Windsor, Berkshire. Mr Bill Prior, a toolmaker, is a model boat builder. We see some of his large scale models of ships. Various shots of him planing wood in his garden with two models on display. C/Us of his tools and of Mr Prior concentrating on his work. A model of the ship Edinburgh Castle will take about 2 years to make. Mr Prior's model of the S.S. Coronia is shown - C/Us of various parts of the ship, a very intricate scale model. A model of the Queen Elizabeth is shown. Mr Prior often gives models away to raise money for charity. BRITISH PATHÉ'S STORY Before television, people came to movie theatres to watch the news. British Pathé was at the forefront of cinematic journalism, blending information with entertainment to popular effect. Over the course of a century, it documented everything from major armed conflicts and seismic political crises to the curious hobbies and eccentric lives of ordinary people. If it happened, British Pathé filmed it. Now considered to be the finest newsreel archive in the world, British Pathé is a treasure trove of 85,000 films unrivalled in their historical and cultural significance. British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
Views: 557519 British Pathé
Electron rc electric aircraft 1949-50 Pt 2 old time vintage balsa model
Time to cover, and fit the wing and tail.
Views: 719 horipet
Vintage Model Flying
Upload to 2011/04/26
Views: 58859 Mick Butler
Building Cessna 182 Skylane RC Plane + Flight
Building Cessna 182 Skylane RC Plane from Balsa Wood You can check this build thread below: https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=316445 and can find plans here: https://github.com/niftylettuce/cessna-182-skylane-rc-plans All plans belong to Dave Blum
Views: 24649 Uğur B
Vintage model RC1 (1939) in flight
Recorded in Thames, NZ at a vintage weekend. The radio control model, RC1, is 2.8 metre in wing span, is powered by a Super Custom .91 cu in four stroke engine and fitted with JR radio.
Views: 4679 agteal1
Dallaire Sportster Old Time Model from 1937 Maiden Flight 1
This is a model of the Dallaire Sportster designed in 1937. This kind of model is often referred to as an "Old Timer". Since it was originally designed to fly by itself as a "free flight", it is very stable and easy to control. This model has a 52" wing span, 341 sq in wing area and weighs about 16 oz. It is covered in clear Doculam, with tissue paper glued on the top. A Canadian company, Spirit of Yesterday, produced kits for this model. Presently, a kit can be obtained from Brodak models.
Views: 1141 John Michael
Albatros B1 r/c electric balsa model airplane
Plans at www.flyrc.com/index.php/category/plans/freeplans/ and build logs at http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1448764.
Views: 398 david lasich
Video 4: Transferring from plans to balsa wood.
Video 4 - starting with the wings.... How to transfer the design from the plans to balsa wood for the Millie Bob Electric RC plane. See Video 1 here - https://youtu.be/p6aLyVwkqAo See Video 2 here - https://youtu.be/ORbrF-aIA7s See Video 3 here - https://youtu.be/O_ocHhTaYQw (sorry for scratchy audio)
Views: 14230 Conor O'Neill
Video 2: Building an electric RC plane from plans - Balsa
Video 2 gives a description of the materials I will be using to make the Millie Bob Electric RC plane. See Video 1 here - https://youtu.be/p6aLyVwkqAo
Views: 14960 Conor O'Neill
Introduction to Control Line Flying
After some requests from my YouTube subscribers wondering how these planes work, I decided to do a Intro to Control Line Flying primer video. Fun to explain the fun I am having and my hope is that I can draw a few into the hobby or back into the hobby from times ago. Below are links to supplies and other info Stunt Hanger You Tube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC96GB5l5-lNYSEtieSfFFCQ Building a Control Line Plane.....http://youtu.be/2BaQLS9W2as?list=PL58x9x2vgja-XaPUbVH1biyU7Pl8nZqfT Hobby Supply...Kits, tanks, engines, handles and lines etc Brodak....http://brodak.com Stunthanger Hobby...http://stunthanger.com/hobby/ RSM Distribution....http://www.rsmdistribution.com/index-2.htm http://www.aeroproduct.net Core House...http://home.earthlink.net/~philcartier/ Tower Hobbies ARFs...http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin/wti0093p?&C=AGC Tower Hobbies Engines....http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin/wti0093p?&C=GCL Cox Engines....http://coxengines.ca SIG Planes....http://www.sigplanes.com/Control-Line-Kits_c_8.html Getting Started Aeromaniacs....http://www.aeromaniacs.com/Starting.html Forums Stunthanger.....http://stunthanger.com/smf/index.php Stuka Stunt..... http://clstunt.com/htdocs/dc/dcboard.php Cox Engine Forum...http://www.coxengineforum.com Videos....http://youtu.be/3nU2MnaCcSQ Protect yourself, join the Acadamy of Model Aeronautics for Insurance AMA http://www.modelaircraft.org
Views: 67491 shugemery
Building a (balsa model) Spitfire
How I spent my Thanksgiving vacation: Reliving my youth by building a Guillows Balsa wood model of a Supermarine Spitfire. It was a lot more sanding and cutting and trimming than I remembered. Still pretty fun. Filmed entirely with a GoPro Hero2 on ten-second time lapse, 5mp image, Medium angle. Edited with Windows Movie Maker at 0.07 seconds per frame. Sixty times faster than real life. Enjoy!
Views: 7905 BoulderGMan
Covering Your Balsa Model With Tissue
Applying tissue to a balsa model.I used a Guillows Javelin to apply the tissue to. I used 3 different methods. 1. Elmer's Glue - a good option, it's clean and does not produce harmful odor's 2. A glue stick - this is the quickest way to cover since it dries really fast and still gives you time to adjust the tissue. 3. Eze Dope - This is just like the Elmer's glue but thinner. It's still a good option Please Visit www.myrccenter.com Where you can - Create your social work space - Invite your friends where you can - Create groups both public and private. - Promote your RC business - Share your YouTube videos, pictures and show case your projects Visit my Store www.my-rc-zone.com
Views: 97585 MyRCCenter
Comet "Scorpion" model airplane by StukaDave
This is a redesigned and upgraded version of a classic model kit by the old Comet company. The Scorpion is rubber-powered and flies Free Flight, without radio control. StukaDave will make the digital plans available through his Safety Comes First column in Model Aviation Magazine, as a prize in the Mystery Plane contest.
Views: 1150 stukadave
Guillow's Spitfire MK-I balsa model airplane build
A slide show of the assembling of the Guillow's Supermarine Spitfire MK-I rubber model airplane built. First time ever.
Views: 10414 Iurii Kryvanych
RC Flying early 1960s.mov
Here's some more vintage film of early 1960's RC flying taken by Joe Unger. This was an AMA sanctioned contest at Lodi, Wisconsin. In this film are some of the very first digital proportional radios and the first engine mufflers we saw in action. Most of the airplanes were flown with reed-based radios. The black and gold Goldberg Jr. Falcon was built by my Dad to teach me to fly. His white and gold pattern airplane is shown near the end of the video.
Views: 47609 Datsundoc64
Comet Pepper oldtime rubber RC - Building.
The Comet Pepper, from the Bob Holman short kit, click here to go directly to the flying part 7:51 - I even had some help with retrieval for the last flight! Balance was perfect without any nose or tail weight, which is always the goal to shoot for. I've flown it with both the Korda prop (1.3 p/d) and the Lanzo prop (1.1 p/d) and it climbs better with the Lanzo. After an earlier flight, I showed my 'helper' that I was reducing the wing incidence a little, which is the 'down in the wing' I refer to in the video, and it improved the climb. Here's a video of a nice flight by the Pepper on a sunnier day: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urK66XB6dGM Topics: - comparisons to the Comet Sparky, replacing a tapered spar, demonstration of safety pin freewheel stop. Some discussion of this build is here: http://www.hippocketaeronautics.com/hpa_forum/index.php?topic=5552.0
Views: 5336 domoremath
RC Coquette Biplane Flying 15 July 2017
Old timer Coquette biplane flown with an O.S. Max .48 four-stroke swinging a 14x6 prop. Wingspan 72 inches. Built from plans obtained from Paul Howkins in England. Unique to this design is a fully flying horizontal stabilizer less elevator tab or surface. A sub-rudder is used and can be seen on the bottom rear of the fuselage.
Views: 612 Nelson Carpenter
1937 Ben Shereshaw Champion
Shereshaw 1937 Champion Oldtimer. Scratch built from original FF plans and converted to electric RC. Wingspan = 108" (9ft). Finished weight with battery = 8lbs
Views: 1964 Extra300L
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Views: 66740024 Dude Perfect
'Raven' by Scientific Model Airplane Co - oldtime rubber power RC
Here's a small (25" wingspan) oldtimer by Scientific Models that caught my eye. The end of the video shows three short test flights (I never realized I gasp when I launch, sorry about that!) It seems to be somewhat sensitive to very small adjustments, but I'm still working on it. Some pictures and discussion are here: http://www.hippocketaeronautics.com/hpa_forum/index.php?topic=19519.0 The kit is available here: http://www.pennvalleyhobbycenter.com/rubber/Scientific/3245raven.htm
Views: 9016 domoremath
Video 5: Building an electric RC plane from plans - Ribs
Video 5 - Cutting and shaping the wing ribs See Video 1 here - https://youtu.be/p6aLyVwkqAo See Video 2 here - https://youtu.be/ORbrF-aIA7s See Video 3 here - https://youtu.be/O_ocHhTaYQw See Video 4 here - https://youtu.be/si6NITV1yeQ
Views: 23411 Conor O'Neill
The Ultimate Paper Airplane | WIRED
Over the last decade, designer Luca Iaconi-Stewart has been building an incredibly detailed model of a Boeing 777, right down to the tiny seats and moving landing gear, using only paper folders and glue. Check out Luca's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/lucaiaconistewart Still haven’t subscribed to WIRED on YouTube? ►► http://wrd.cm/15fP7B7 ABOUT WIRED WIRED is where tomorrow is realized. Through thought-provoking stories and videos, WIRED explores the future of business, innovation, and culture. The Ultimate Paper Airplane | WIRED
Views: 4125113 WIRED
Modelcraft Pacific Ace 30: a good beginner's free flight rubber power airplane
Get plans for your own here: https://outerzone.co.uk/plan_details.asp?ID=863 And kits are available here: http://www.belairkits.com/detail.asp?id=508 And the teeny tiny one: https://volareproducts.com/BUY/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=811
Views: 2577 joshuawfinn
RC Tomboy
This is the first flights of my Tomboy. Old timer model design by Vic Smeed. Build with balsa from plan. Electric powered by a 24g hextronic motor on 2s lipo (1500 mah). AUW is 450 g - 15.87 oz
Views: 589 MrFlyced
Taylorcraft 057  model airplane
Taylorcraft 057 from http://www.bhplans.com/RMPg3.html 65 grams without rubber, 75 grams with rubber. Designed by Earl Stahl 1942
Views: 2214 Vintage Balsa
Building an Airplane Wing! Balsa Wood, For RC plane
A wing that I am building to test my calculations for the Aviation Design Project at UCF. Balsa wing with balsa skin, ready for monokote!
Views: 112844 Cliff's How To Channel
Introducing the "All Star"
a new homemade RC airplane using a balsa wing from an "old timer" built the previous year, and a foam fuselage! I named her the "All Star"
Views: 108 wshurmatz1
Get your model airplane back! Dethermalizers for free flight airplanes
A commentary on various recovery methods (dethermalizers) for rubber powered model airplanes, but scale and endurance. Find dethermalizer fuse, lighters, and viscous fluid timers at volareproducts.com. Clockwork timers available at texastimers.com. Electronics timers are available from Stevens Aero.
Views: 8523 joshuawfinn
Rulebreaker R.O.G. model airplane
StukaDave's wacky design looks like it has already crashed! This easy-to-built model performs well indoors or outside. Free-flight rubber-powered balsa and tissue construction. The prototype flew "off the board" without ballast or adjustments, thus disproving the old saying "if it looks right, it will fly right". Note that when this odd little plane hits obstacles in flight, it has enough stability to recover each time and keep flying. Plans were offered as a contest prize in Model Aviation magazine. Dave Gee writes the Safety Comes First column.
Views: 218 stukadave
easy fighter flight test.wmv
Flight testing of a rubber powered model airplane. Plans available from easyairplanes.com.
Views: 4242 nopadol205