FOKKER DR1 PLANS PDF

Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Undoubtedly the most famous fighter of World War 1, the Fokker Dr I was a revelation when it entered service on the western front in Now you can build and fly one of the most famous and feared fighter planes of WW His blood-red Triplane was one of the most recognizable aircraft in the war. The Kit you get from Airdrome Aeroplanes is complete in every way up to your final color coat. The kit and the excellent builder support you will receive from Airdrome Aeroplanes will get you in the air in a fraction of the time needed to build other WW-1 replica aircraft. No hunting for parts or waiting for shipments.

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Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Undoubtedly the most famous fighter of World War 1, the Fokker Dr I was a revelation when it entered service on the western front in Now you can build and fly one of the most famous and feared fighter planes of WW His blood-red Triplane was one of the most recognizable aircraft in the war. The Kit you get from Airdrome Aeroplanes is complete in every way up to your final color coat.

The kit and the excellent builder support you will receive from Airdrome Aeroplanes will get you in the air in a fraction of the time needed to build other WW-1 replica aircraft.

No hunting for parts or waiting for shipments. All nuts, bolts, rivets, gusset plates, machined plugs, tubing and any other hardware are included in the kits. You can get much more information about this kit See Order Form All aluminum tubing to complete fuselage, wings, landing gear, cabines, lift struts, and formers.

All machined parts for control systems, lift struts, axles, and wings. Ball bearing rod ends for control system. Stainless steel pop rivets. Main wheels, tail wheel, spun aluminum nose bowl, plans and builders video.

All covering supplies through silver. See Order Form Deluxe kit consists of complete airframe kit plus engine mount and fuel tank. Also available are spun aluminum wheel covers. The rudder kit is introduces as the first assembly designed to introduce a new builder to the method of construction as well as familiarize him with the plans.

Approximate construction time: 6 hours Cost See Order Form Kit 2, Fuselage This kit consists of materials to construct fuselage ladder truss, gussets, inner sleeves, machine parts, rivets, AN hardware, hinges and plans.

Fuselage just be constructed prior to proceeding with the other kits. Approximate construction time: 48 hours. See Order Form Kit 3, Horizontal Stabilizer and Elevator This kit consists of materials to construct spars, Elevator bow, horizontal frame, ribs, gussets, rivets, wooden dowel rods, hinges, inner sleeves, An hardware and plans. Approximate building time: 9 hours. See Order Form Kit 4, Landing Gear Consists of materials required to construct gear legs, gussets, axle, main wheels, bearings, machined parts, bracing cables, nico press swedges, tangs, An hardware, tail wheel, bungee cord, and plans.

Approximate building time: 14 hours. Approximate construction time: 80 hours. See Order Form Kit 6, Cabanes and Lift Struts Consists of materials to construct lift struts, Cabanes, all machined lift forks, ovalized tubing, gussets, An hardware, wooden dowel rods and plans. Approximate construction time: 18 hours Cost See Order Form Kit 8, Firewall and Formers Consists of materials to construct firewall, sheet metal for seat, tubing for formers, wooden dowel rods, rivets, front deck, instrument panel, turtle deck former.

Approximate construction time: 16 hours. See Order Form Kit 9, Covering Supplies Consists of materials required to cover aircraft, ceconite poly tak, poly brush, poly spray, reinforcing tape, rivets, finishing tapes.

Approximate building time: hours.

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For more information about this Flikr photo, click here. The Sopwith quickly proved itself better than the Albatros fighters used by Germany, at that time. This type was initially known as the V. No wires were used to strengthen the wing structure and this prototype did not use inter plane struts.

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Pilots have remarked that it is easier to fly than most other tail-draggers and has been flown by several very low time pilots. All of the wild stories you have heard in the past do not exist with the new replicas - providing you learn how to fly the aircraft correctly. Hydraulic brakes are shown for safety sake BUT the brake system has been designed not to interfere with the original appearance and is actually an add-on feature to the rudder-bar and can be removed at any time. Both the original tailskid and steer-able tail-wheel are shown for your choosing and safety. I have made every effort possible to produce an authentic replica.

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