Scratch build plans from RCM

I am doing my research slowly and checking the archives. I have ordered up
a set of scratch plans for the Fokker D VII. I seen in the archives a reference
to RCM for scratch plans. What is the web site for RCM or information as to
where
I might locate it in RC magazines? Doc Ferguson thank you in advance.
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Doc Ferguson
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They have a pointer to the plans section. I ordered (and received) a set of Super Kaos plans, so I know it works.
Reply to
Mike Norton
The "plans" section is in the back of each RCM, with pictures and ordering instructions. They send a copy of the article, with the plans, and the plans are good quality.
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John R. Agnew
Thanks Mike, This is exactly what I was look for and have it book marked now. I am also lucky to find an RC club locally and a member just three blocks away from my house. Now I don't care about Mr. Nasty Winter coming here in Wisconsin, I can sit in the comfort of my shop downstairs and dream about cloud busting in the spring. I no longer hold a private ticket to fly the real things and this should be an interesting experience to get into. Doc Ferguson
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Doc Ferguson
Doc, where in WI are you?
John
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JohnT.
Be sure to take your neighbors inevitable advice and learn on something different than the Fokker D7 ! Maybe you could build/ buy a trainer that uses the engine/radio that eventually goes into the D7 !
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Bill Botook
Onalaska, Wisconsin, Doc
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Doc Ferguson
_Very_ good quality. I recently ordered a set of plans for an old plane from MAN, and those were horrible. They were missing a small section of the drawings, and they looked like a copy of a copy of a copy of a copy of a ... A little later, I ordered a set of plans from RCM for an even older plane. These looked like a new set of plans that you'd find in a newly bought kit.
I have no connection with RCM; I'm just planning on getting into scratch building this winter, and was amazed by the difference in the quality of the plans that I saw.
One nice thing about MAN was that they gave me two copies of the plan, whereas RCM only gave one...
Vicki
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Victoria Heisner
Actually, Proctor has a DVII with an 88 inch wing. Last I knew they would sell plans alone. Worth a try and considering the quality of their kits, might at the very least provide you with some details not shown on any other plans.
Here's the link:
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Chuck
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C.O.Jones
Also take a look at Balsa USA.
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Rob
Could you provide the web site for MAN? Doc Ferguson
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