Digital full size plans on Cd SEMI-SCALE 1:96 Charlie Class Submarine using a 4in dia, PVC tube for the hull and glass fibre for the nose
Digital full size plans on Cd SEMI-SCALE 1:96 Charlie Class Submarine using a 4in dia, PVC tube for the hull and glass fibre for the nose
Digital full size plans on Cd SEMI-SCALE 1:96 Charlie Class Submarine using a 4in dia, PVC tube for the hull and glass fibre for the nose
Digital full size plans on Cd SEMI-SCALE 1:96 Charlie Class Submarine using a 4in dia, PVC tube for the hull and glass fibre for the nose
Digital full size plans on Cd SEMI-SCALE 1:96 Charlie Class Submarine using a 4in dia, PVC tube for the hull and glass fibre for the nose

Digital full size plans on Cd SEMI-SCALE 1:96 Charlie Class Submarine using a 4in dia, PVC tube for the hull and glass fibre for the nose

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Digital full size plans on Cd

Not a printed plan and no material supplied

Charlie Class Submarine

Digital Full Size Plan prints on a 42" x 24” Sheet

Digital One page article lots of description and photos

Digital Files are TIFF, JPEG and PDF

Printing………..MAY BE DONE AT A COPY HOUSE

 …………………………ALSO INCLUDED INSTRUCTIONS FOR PRINTING AT HOME

SEMI-SCALE 1:96

LENGTH 40”

ENGINE ELECTRIC

3 CHANNEL RADIO CONTROL

by F. J. Macclay

 THIS model of the Russian Charlie Class submarine follows the layout of using a 4in dia, PVC tube for the hull and glass fibre for the nose and tail cones. The nose and tail cones are formed around expanded polystyrene blocks (obtainable from builders' merchants) cut and sanded to the general shape, then glued into the cut length of PVC tube. Masking tape is wrapped around the polystyrene to prevent any reaction against the glass fibre resin and two or three layers of glass fibre tissue are required. When completely dry, cut away the end sections and remove the polystyrene from the moulds.

Cut away the removable deck section from the PVC tube (it is used later) and glass fibre into position the tail section to the tube. The PVC tube will tend to collapse when the removable deck is cut,

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