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North American F-86F Sabre Th e d esign o f t h e F-8 6
North American F-86F Sabre Th e d esign o f t h e F-8 6

North American F-86F Sabre

Th e d esign o f t h e F-8 6 b e gan in t h e p ro je ct NA-1 3 4 , o r igin al l y d esign ed fo r t h e U. S. Na vy. Another development, in particular by replacing the original direct swept wings, was a legendary engine F-86s. Aircraft of this type were produced in large numbers, to his credit, inter alia, to combat the MiG-15 in the Korean War.

Construction of the model

The production model will need:

Bal sa boar ds thi ck. 2 mm and 4 mmConstruction of the model The production model will need: piece of spruce strips 4x4 mm lead

piece of spruce strips 4x4 mmmodel will need: Bal sa boar ds thi ck. 2 mm and 4 mm lead shot

lead shot or other load balancing toboar ds thi ck. 2 mm and 4 mm piece of spruce strips 4x4 mm wood

wood glue, fit the Herculesof spruce strips 4x4 mm lead shot or other load balancing to pencil, ruler, knife, sandpaper

pencil, ruler, knife, sandpapershot or other load balancing to wood glue, fit the Hercules synthetic silver, preferably in spray

synthetic silver, preferably in spraywood glue, fit the Hercules pencil, ruler, knife, sandpaper other colors according to the selected document

other colors according to the selected documentknife, sandpaper synthetic silver, preferably in spray alcohol markers: black, red and blue Print plan model:

alcohol markers: black, red and bluein spray other colors according to the selected document Print plan model: plan is drawn so

Print plan model: plan is drawn so that when you print it on A4-size page, click right construction drawings. Then cut out the i ndi vi dual par ts and dr aw them on bal sa boar d. You w ill need: 1x hull ( thi ckness 4 mm) , 2 si des of the fusel age ( thi ckness 2 mm), 2x

w i ng ( thi ckness 2 mm) , 2 hor i zontal tail (thi ckness 2 mm), 1 x ver tical tail (thi ckness 2 mm). When tr aci ng pay attenti on to the cor rect orientation of the wood by Brand --- O --- the individual parts.

Cut each section in the middle of the hull cut through the lightening holes in the fuselage sides Cut an opening to insert the wings and horizontal tail surfaces indicated by lines. In the middle of the bow of the hull cut portion shown as hatched here will be placed

weights. If you build a model flick, cut in front of the fuselage under the cockpit opening for rail so that the rail fits into the slot. Tape the fuselage together. Seal the edges of all parts sandpaper, leading and trailing edges of the wings, horizontal stabilizer and rudder off the corners.

In preparing to continue gluing the vertical tail (SOP). Carefully check that the SOP was skewed even when viewed from the front,

even when viewed from above. I recommend solidify joint SOP hull and sealed by a thin strip of paper on both sides. After thor ough drying can conti nue gl ui ng the w i ngs and hor i zontal tai l ( GTC). Again, car efull y check that the model is symmetr i cal when viewed from the front when viewed from above. It is advisable to join wing and fuselage and the GTC and stiffen the hull sticking thin paper.

If you decide to flick model, glue the piece of spruce strips into the slot under the cab so that the hull protruded less than 2 cm strips.

No w l e t the mod e l d r y tho r o ughl y.

After drying for a closer credibility model paint by his great master. The aircraft were normally kept in metal color with colorful accessories. Can serve as inspiration and photos of this article. Finally, with spirit marker to draw the aircraft cabin panels on the fuselage and wings, insignia and identification.

After drying, the color will be a model to balance and to fly .

And now you can fly! If you built the model as Sailplane, Drain it as a classic airplane, just a little more force. If you have a model flick, hook the rubber sling for a pin shots . If it is well built, it should fairly high speed climb up and then go into a glide. With good alignment and can glide 100 meters. When shooting model careful about standing: model after firing enough flies at high speed on that could cause painful injuries.

(C) 2004 Ludek Zárybnický April 27, 2004
(C) 2004 Ludek Zárybnický April 27, 2004

(C) 2004 Ludek Zárybnický April 27, 2004