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ScratchWarbirds BF 109 F-2 / G Build

Fallegon

Active member
#1

ok well here it is. I have absolutely no video editing skills so be patient with me as I figure out a style. Also I know the plans may not be what you're used to but I think this way works out well. Please let me know if you have any constructive feed back about the plans or overall video I want this to be easy to understand.


-----------------Materials----------------
2 - Foam board sheets.
2 - Cardstock sheets.
4 - BBQ skewers
2 - Coffee stir straws.
Hot glue gun
Razors
Preferred music wire for push pull rods.
4 - 9g servors
------------- Plans ------------------
https://www.docdroid.net/LxWqGpO/bf-109-f-2g-plans.pdf

------------- STL Files -----------------
Motor mount: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3249274
F-2: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3245570
G: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3245591
 
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kilroy07

Well-known member
#5
For the STL files. Seems to be a pass through through youtube (it shows a link to continue to the thingiverse site.

On a couple of the pieces in the plan there were two lines, might be a tad confusing which is the cut line.
Pictures for the fuselage might be a tad better as some of the dimensions were hard to make out.
 

Fallegon

Active member
#7
For the STL files. Seems to be a pass through through youtube (it shows a link to continue to the thingiverse site.

On a couple of the pieces in the plan there were two lines, might be a tad confusing which is the cut line.
Pictures for the fuselage might be a tad better as some of the dimensions were hard to make out.
Ok I'll look back throught it when I get some free time. This is such a busy time of year to be starting this :p.. Also I my plane met the ground this morning at full throttle and this was the result. I have to say, I'm surprised it held up as well as it did. I was worried about the flimsy feel of it but heres a pic.. Nose cone and prop are destroyed natrually.
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Fallegon

Active member
#10
Alright so Iv updated the plans file but theres still some work to be done. Also plane is pretty much fixed.
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O also where should I posts these build threads.. here or the plans one?
 

Fallegon

Active member
#12
Rrrriiiip...
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an unforntunate end to the best prototype. It has paved the way for the future of my plane designs and even in failure it teaches me more.
 

Chuppster

Well-known member
#18
Man, if you invested some time into CAD you'd have some good plans for a slick bird! As it stands, I'd say this is tough to replicate.
 

Chuppster

Well-known member
#20
So the formers are supposed to be print and trace. Is it the images that are confusing?
Well, it's just a lot easier to have everything drawn up in CAD so we can print it out and consistently build your design. As it stands it'd be a lot of work to follow plans based on measurements. Scaling is a challenge too. How do we know what we print is the correct scale?