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Bart Denight's DDT Racer

A Peanut scale model designed and drawn by Andre Petit



A big thank-you to Andre for giving me this, as yet unpublished, plan to post here to share with you. It's a pretty little aircraft, and the model is well detailed (with scale rib spacing) and a good flyer. It finished second in class at the 2001 BMFA Indoor Nationals. Once you open the file you will also be impressed by Andre's draughting skills - this is a really nice plan!

Some changes have been incorporated into the design since the original model was built, and these are included on the drawings. The wing is now flat bottomed, and the tailplane slightly enlarged (stability in pitch was marginal on the original). These two modifications should make trimming easier.

Wood sizes are in mm, but easy to convert (0.8 mm = 1/32", 1.5 mm = 1/16" etc.) As to the French text - well, I'll have to leave that up to you!

Andre printed his own decals for the model using an ALPS printer, and if you would like a set, he can supply them at nominal cost - click here here to contact him.

This is my first attempt at saving a plan in PDF format, and it should print out exactly full size onto three A4 sheets. I have tried it on three different printers and it worked just fine. One thing to watch for - remember to uncheck the "Fit to page" option when printing. I am not sure how it will work on other paper sizes - let me know if you have problems. As a guide, each wing panel should measure exactly 16.5 cm, or 6.5".

To read and print the pdf file you need Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is a free download from www.adobe.com

Click here to download pdf file (340 KB)






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