Messerschmitt Bf. 109 G6 RC Plane Plans

Messerschmitt Bf. 109 3D model

Materials: XPS foam 3 and 5mm 1050x500 (or Depron 3mm, 6mm)+ Balsa wood 4x4,
Plywood 3mm, UHU Por glue
Wingspan: 1000mm (40")
Flying Weight: ≈450g (if you use 30 kg/m3 density XPS foam)
Motor: X2305 KV1450 (25g)
Propeller: 1047
Receiver: FrSky S6R (12g)
ESC: SunnySky X 18A (9g)
Servos:EMAX ES08D II (9g) x 4 ,
LiHV battery: 1100mah 2S 7.6V
Retractable Landing Gear (25g)
Stainless Steel Spring Wire 2 mm
Brass tubes 3 mm
Wheels 2"
Tail wheel 19mm
Neodymium magnets 3x5mm
Carbon Strips: 0.5mm x 3mm
Carbon push rods: 500x2x1mm
Bamboo Skewers: 3x400 mm
Nylon Control Horn with Clevis (0,52+0,34g):
Control Horn (0,5g)
Hinge Linker (24mm):
Small Nylon screws: 2mm and 2,5mm for retracts mount

Printable templates and Laser Cut files

Print plans in actual size (100%) (A2, A3 or A4 paper sizes) Download PDF, SVG/DXF (€7)
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Messerschmitt Bf-109 RC

messerschmitt bf 109 rc plane DXF plans

How to make a spinner is shown in the Nakajima Ki-84 build video (the assembly of the whole plane is similar)


Battery compartment width 35 mm

History

The Bf 109 was the most produced German aircraft of World War II. A total of 30,000 units of all versions were produced. The design of the aircraft was developed in 1934 by prof. W. Messerschmitt, R. Lusser and R. and H. Bauer, using the technical and technological solutions of the Bf-108 aircraft. The semi-monocoque fuselage with a metal, smoothly riveted structure, manufactured in segments joined in half and then joined together, had a small cross-section strictly adapted to the dimensions of the in-line drive unit. The covered cockpit was relatively cramped, the pilot occupied a semi-recumbent position in it. The metal airfoil had only one spar (Messerschmitt's patent) and was relatively small, which caused a large load on the bearing surface. The prototype flew in 1935, and the Bf-109 was first used during the Spanish Civil War, where the aircraft was sent for practical testing in combat conditions. The experience gained resulted in numerous improvements, starting a series of many versions and variants of this aircraft.

The most maneuverable model of the "G" version, introduced in 1942, was the Bf 109 G-6, which was also built in several variants.
The basic armament of this airframe was: a 30 mm MK 108 cannon, located in the axis of the propeller, and two 13 mm caliber guns in the front part of the fuselage, which caused characteristic bulges. The 1099 kW engine provided a speed of up to 622 km/h.
Summing up combat operations on Bf 109 aircraft, the aircraft should be rated very highly. The win/loss ratio for this fighter was 3:1, so on average the Bf-109 shot down three enemy planes before being knocked out of the fight, which is an excellent result.
Many Luftwaffe aces fought on these planes, including pilots: Moelders, Galland, Graf and Hartmann. Each of them had dozens of victories on his account.

Tactical and technical data:
Span: 9.92 m
Length: 9.02m
Height: 3.20 m
Maximum weight: 2890 kg
Max speed: 622 km/h
Engine: DB 605A with 1099 kW
Armament: 1 X 30mm MK 108
2 X 13mm MG 131
Crew: 1