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  • DennisB
    started a topic Plans for Habicht

    Plans for Habicht

    i have had a 1/3 glass fuselage that I got almost a decade ago for the Habicht and have done nothing with it yet. When I finish my current build (ASK-14 motor glider) I am thinking about finally getting into the Habicht. I have a set of 1/4 scale plans from Wil Byers but they aren’t that accurate. Does anyone have an idea of drawings closer to true scale? If I have to I’ll draw them myself using the 1/4 scale plans as a rough outline. Since Pete Goldsmith’s 1-26 flies so well I may use the SD-3021 airfoil he used as it’s mostly flat bottom and will blend in well with the wing root on my fuselage plus it’s easy to build.

  • DennisB
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    I’m hoping to be there. I’m waiting for a quote on replacing a part of the HVAC in my rental property, hopefully it doesn’t drain my travel funds.

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  • kjkavaney
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    Same here Dennis...hope to see you in June..

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  • lenb
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    Happy to have you back Dennis. We miss your expertise!!

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  • DennisB
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    Thanks Gene. The current VSA plans list dont show a Habicht, I may contact Gary Fogel to see what he knows. And on a positive note, I find that I can post photos here again, I’ve figured out that the camera I WAS using needs to be thrown in the trash, it was a piece of cake to put a photo on the site with my iPhone. I’ll be able to contribute more now.
    Last edited by DennisB; 03-31-2018, 12:26 AM.

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  • Gene C
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    Dennis,
    Try the Vintage Sailplane Association. I'm working off the full scale drawings for the Ka-3 that they had in .tff format. They might have what your looking for at modest donation. Check with Neal Pfeiffer. Besides he is in the process of two 12-1 ASK-14 restorations at the moment.
    Gene
    Last edited by Gene C; 03-30-2018, 06:25 PM.

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