By Francois Verlinden
Construction army automobiles Vol.III
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36 STEALTH WING • 37 0 1 2 3 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 enlarge 130% to make full-size version inches 4 5 6 7 8 38 • STEALTH WING 2 2 Cut off the spar piece and lay it aside. Cut the wings apart, then make 3⁄8-inch cuts for the ailerons and elevators at the outside tip of each wing. Cut slots in the keel for the spar. spar 3 Fold the leading edges beneath both wings. Staple or tape the folds flat against the underside of the wings. 3 fold tape folds to underside of wing under wing: lines on top under wing: lines on bottom 4 Next, fold the keels under the wings.
If you need more ballast, add paper clips to the front wing near the fuselage. If your airplane rolls, use the ailerons on the rear wing to correct the roll. L IL I E N TH A L GLIDER This airplane is a scale model of the 1894–1895 Lilienthal Glider. Near the end of the 19th century, a German named Otto Lilienthal made the first controlled airplane flights. He flew his airplanes— a series of gliders—much like modern hang gliders. Lilienthal picked up the airplane, ran down a steep hill to gain speed, swung his legs up off the ground, and flew.
5 tape tape keel brace to keel Fold the 3⁄16-inch and 1⁄4-inch folds in the spar and the 1⁄2-inch folds in the keel brace. Tape the spar flat. With the open flap to the rear, slide it under the wing, over the keel at the front of the two cutouts, and then under the other wing. Tape the spar to the underside of the wing so the wing takes a slight dihedral. Fold and tape the keel brace in place on the keel so the center of the brace is under the leading edge of the horizontal tail. 6 add spar tape spar to wing 7 Cut eight pipe cleaners to a length of 4 inches.