Re: Lay up sched?
Peter Harris <peterjfharris@...>
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I have an original copy of the LS1 plans headed "Construction of LS(1) 0417
MOD CANARD, 2 pages of description and pics commencing with "Jigging the
canard" plus 10 pages of drawings by Larry Lombard dated in 1983.. If this
is what you need I could send you a copy if you don't find one closer to
home. Or maybe scan them and send to you. (There are no airfoils included
just hand sketches) There is also a release about mods to the firewall to
beef it up for the 0-200 engine.
From: Q-LIST@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Q-LIST@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of
David J. Gall
Sent: Thursday, 5 October 2006 5:37 PM
Subject: RE: [Q-LIST] Lay up sched?
You do not have the complete plans. What you have is three pages that start
with the words "Dear Builder." The complete LS(1) plans include this
document, but are also composed of seven more pages of text entitled
"Construction of LS(1)-0417MOD Canard," plus four(?) appendix sheets. The
Quickie (not Q2/200) LS(1) plans are the same, plus another three page
document entitled "Construction of LS(1)-0417MOD Quickie Canard." Note
inclusion of the word "Quickie."
I publish a CD with all of the Q2/200 plans and QAC newsletters, but without
any of the full-size templates (appendix sheets). It is available at
http://QuickieSourc <http://QuickieSource.com.> e.com.
(If I could get my hands on ORIGINALS of the LS(1) appendix sheets for both
the Q200 and the Quickie I'd happily digitize them and return them to their
owner, then publish them in .pdf and .dxf format. I already have all the
other appendix sheets but have not included them on the CD's. Leon McAtee
has done an excellent job of recreating the Quickie appendices and even
correcting some errors along the way, but no one has yet done the same for
No one has the original spar layup schedules for the carbon spars, but Peter
Harris reverse engineered them (with the help of John ten Have) and will
gladly sell you a new set.
BTW, if you follow the instructions and plans you don't need to know whether
the sweep is 3.5" or 3.79"!
David J. Gall
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