Fokker DR1 Triplane WS 68cm 27 in

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Fokker DR1 Triplane RC Plane Plans Free Download. This aircraft runs very fast, is cheap to make and is also very efficient when in the air. Its wingspan is around 27″, aileron tip to aileron tip (actual top wing is less as ailerons stick out). Built with either dollar store foam board, 6mm depron, or foam trifold display board. Plans design by pmjass from

Fokker DR1 Triplane Specifications

Material : Depron / Foam 5 – 6 mm
Wingspan (ws) : 27 in / 68 cm
Fuselage : Unknown
AUW : 226 gms (7 7/8 oz.)

Recommended Electronics

Motor : hexTronic DT750 Brushless Outrunner 750kv
ESC : Turnigy Plush-32 20A Speed Controller w/BEC
Servo : HXT900 Micro Servo 1.6kg / 0.12sec / 9g
Propeller : Turnigy Slowfly Propeller 11×4.7 Black
Transmitter : Turnigy Evolution PRO Digital AFHDS 2A
Battery Lipo : Turnigy 1300mAh 3S 30C Lipo
Charger Lipo : Turnigy Accucell S60 AC Charger

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The Fokker Dr.I Tri-plane was Germany’s most famous fighter aircraft in World War One. The Fokker Dr.I was Germany’s response to the British Sopwith Tri-plane, which had been used with great success during the Battle of Arras in April 1917. When one crashed behind German lines, it was stripped down and studied at great length by German aerial designers. The standing of the Sopwith Tri-plane was cemented when the commander of the Imperial German Air Service (IGAS), General von Höppner, publicly praised it. This led to all the German aircraft manufacturers attempting to produce their own version for the IGAS. It was Anthony Fokker who was successful. He had flown a Sopwith Tri-plane and had studied the crashed version at first hand.

In June 1917, Fokker’s chief designer, Reinhold Platz, remodelled a plan he had for a prototype he called D.VI – this was an aircraft he was designing for the Austro-Hungarian air force. The D.VI first flew on July 1st 1917. The famed German ace, Werner Voss, made this first flight.

source : flitetest, rcgroup, history learning site

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