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If you're new to model boat building from scratch or just want something easy, try this one. Model ship plan of the first Confederate ironclad AKA Merrimack (or sometimes incorrectly Merrimac). The plans show no model construction, but is rather a representation of the real ship as she would have appeared just before the battle at Hampton Roads. Here is a plan set for building the protected cruiser USS Olympia of Spanish-American War fame. They fall into two categories:CAD generated and computer loftedThe CAD generated plans are of exceptional quality, simply because they have never been printed, scanned or folded. This has been a real heartwarming project for me to watch my 12 year old son work on this with me.
Additionally now with a keel a stern tube a motor mount and a rudder unit to make it ready for RC and of course a propeller. If you need to scale down you maybe need to reduce the width also because there must be a gap between the two perimeters. Instead of printing the rudder with shaft you can print only the rudder and use for the shaft 3 mm filament.
The schooner Atlantic went into public service once again in 1941, when Lambert donated the yacht to the Coast Guard. This is a list of notable accidents and incidents involving military aircraft grouped by the year in which the accident or incident occurred. The 1960 Rio de Janeiro air crash was an aerial collision between two aircraft over Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. A Boeing B-47E-35-DT Stratojet, 52-1414, of the 545th Bomb Squadron, 384th Bomb Wing, is overstressed, exploding in mid-air over Little Rock, Arkansas at ~0645 hrs., debris falling on neighbourhoods of the city, setting many houses afire.
A USAF North American F-100D-65-NA Super Sabre, 56-2994, of the 77th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 20th Tactical Fighter Wing, based at Wethersfield, Essex, crashed into mud flats at the Holbeach Range in eastern England, killing pilot 1st Lt. A CIA Lockheed U-2A, 56-6693, Article 360, flown by Francis Gary Powers is shot down by a SA-2 (Guideline) missile near Degtyarsk in the Soviet Union during an overflight codenamed Operation GRAND SLAM, the twenty-fourth and most ambitious deep-penetration flight of the U-2 program.[12] Powers parachutes down and is captured. During a ground test run at Edwards AFB, California, the XLR-99 rocket engine of North American X-15-3, 56-6672, exploded, destroying the aircraft aft of the wing, and throwing the forward fuselage with pilot Scott Crossfield in it 30 feet forward. A Boeing KC-97G-27-BO Stratotanker, 52-2728, of the 380th Air Refueling Squadron, Plattsburgh AFB, New York, suffers failure of lubrication on an engine impeller shaft, during an evening four-hour training mission to refuel a Boeing B-47 Stratojet. Goodyear ZPG-3W, BuNo 144242, lost hull pressure, crashed into the Atlantic Ocean off of New Jersey, eighteen of twenty-one crew lost. Lockheed U-2A, 56-6720, Article 387, the 27th airframe of the first USAF production batch, delivered in October 1957 and assigned to the 4080th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Laughlin AFB, Texas, as a "ferret" aircraft, crashes this date in the early morning ~30 miles NE of Laughlin.
North American F-100C Super Sabre, reported as 53-1740, assigned to the USAF Thunderbirds on 28 March 1960, is destroyed this date during a solo proficiency flight when it crashes fifty miles from Nellis AFB, Nevada, killing Capt. A fully fueled Martin XSM-68-3-MA Titan I ICBM, 58-2254, a Lot V missile, V-2,[23] being lowered into a silo at the Operational System Test Facility, Vandenberg AFB, California, following pre-launch tests, the ninth attempt at completing this test,[24] drops to the bottom of the underground launch tube when the elevator fails. During minimum interval takeoff (MITO) from Pease AFB, New Hampshire, Boeing B-47E-130-BW Stratojet, 53-4244, of the 100th Bomb Wing, number 2 in a three-ship cell, loses control, crashes into trees, burns. Two Convair F-102 Delta Daggers of the 111th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, Texas Air National Guard, Ellington AFB, Texas, are scrambled to intercept an unidentified aircraft approaching the Texas Gulf coast.
The pilot had just veered his stricken ship, loaded with 9,500 gallons of fuel, away from a crowded housing project. A housewife, RUTH KING, 32, said the four-engine, prop-driven KC97 from nearby Selfridge Air Force base struck "in a great big billow of flame and smoke." The big pot-bellied ship, crashing moments after takeoff, left a wake of burning wreckage. Douglas RB-66C Destroyer, 54-0471, of the 9th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, suffers explosion in starboard engine on climb-out from Shaw AFB, South Carolina, attempts emergency landing in zero-zero visibility weather at Donaldson AFB at Greenville, South Carolina. Eleventh Lockheed U-2A, 56-6684, Article 351, delivered to the CIA 18 May 1956, modified to U-2C by July 1959; returning from a night celestial nav training sortie, crashes on landing at Taoyuan Air Base, Taiwan, killing Republic Of China Air Force pilot Chih Yao Hua. A USAF McDonnell F-101 Voodoo of the 75th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, returning from an Air Defense Command patrol over the Atlantic Ocean, dropped too low in poor visibility on approach to Dow AFB, Maine, and struck Bald Mountain, near Ellsworth, Maine, killing pilot Capt.
USAF Douglas C-124A Globemaster II, 51-0174, of the 63d Troop Carrier Wing, MATS, Donaldson AFB, South Carolina, loses power on number two (port inner) engine, catches fire at 500 feet altitude one minute after 0230 hrs. A USN Grumman S-2 Tracker lost complete power in one engine and partial power in the other. On the 20th and final flight in July 1961, the sole Hiller X-18-UH, 57-3078, had a propeller pitch control problem when attempting to convert to a hover at 10,000 ft and went into a spin. From a bit of googling and testing it seems that the Solar line clips (and a lot of other manufacturers) use a 2BA thread, so I need to go from a 2BA thread to a 3mm rod. The last part of the arm is the metal rod, this is just a 3mm RC pushrod with an M3 thread at one end. The first design of the PCB worked ok, which was lucky seeing as I managed to mirror the design. The usual way of connecting the alarm to a bank stick is via 2 terry clips, I  found these nice clips, pictured below,  that have a back plate and are longer than a standard clip.
A maximum budget of ?30, including arm and line clip.I am pretty sure you could build a simple drop off for less than ?10 if you were on a really tight budget, but ?30 is a respectable budget allowing the use of good quality components, and is comparable to the cheaper commercial offerings.
Latching design, reset by power switch. When pike fishing bite indication is so important, sometimes a deep hooked fish can be a dead fish. As I dabble in electronics now and then, one thing I have been wanting to do for a while, is make my own PCBs. To help others out, below you will find the settings I am using in Mach3, please do bear in mind that there are lots of these machines on Ebay that look the same but use different electronics in the controller box. Most of the modifications are done on a single PCB which can be fitted inside the controller box and connected back to the Tonsen controller board. I decided  to redo some of the electronics in the Patriot bait boat, as I wasn’t too happy with some of the wiring. The second picture is the new hinge pin (courtesy of Marks Model Bits) with a small eye that screws into it, this is probably stronger than the original plastic arm and has the added benefit of preventing the hinge pin from sliding out if the boat is laid on its side. I replaced all the LEDs whilst I was at it and came up with a better indication of a successful bait drop.
The last job was to sort out the motor and coupling, this proved to be the trickiest part of the rebuild.
I decided to try the original motor again, and after making the coupling shorter I managed to get the alignment correct. I guess the real proof will be when the boat is used at the lake, so far only the new door cable have been tested and it worked very well, even with wet baits like party blend.
It shares a similar easy-to-build hull construction as the PT boat, but is actually even easier to build. I'm about 90% complete and look forward to 'ice-out' so that I can see how well she performs.I have scratch built many airplanes but always lacked the knowledge to build a boat.
I was most impressed with the quality of reproduction and it looks like the size would be perfect for an RC model.Syd K. This is destined to insert a brass stern tube (inside diameter 1 mm, outside 1.5 mm), like my bigger boats have.
Crew is unable to pick up clear signal from a ship-based intermediate navigational radio beacon, but they choose to continue, as back bearing to Shearwater beacon indicates they are on correct course; however, crew is subsequently unable to pick up signal from Bermuda-based beacon, and wanders off course far enough that fuel supply becomes insufficient to reach the island. Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev announces on 7 May to the Supreme Soviet of the Soviet Union, and thus the world, that a "spyplane" has been shot down but intentionally makes no reference to the pilot. During rendezvous at 15,500 feet, bomber crew sees the tanker's number one (port outer) engine burst into flames, burning fuel threatening the wing integrity. Air Force excavates fifty feet down, finds no trace of bomb, forcing permanent digging easement on site.
On second attempt, aircraft strikes embankment to right of runway threshold, slides onto airfield, burns. During a touch-and-go landing, he applied power but lost control, the aircraft veering left, crashing and exploding. Bondarenko, a Soviet Air Force pilot selected for cosmonaut training in 1960, dies while training in a ground-based spacecraft simulator at the end of a ten-day isolation test. McEntire, Jr., commander of the South Carolina Air National Guard, is killed when his Lockheed F-104A-25-LO Starfighter, 56-0853, suffers engine failure on take off from Olmsted Air Force Base, Pennsylvania, and he stays with the jet to crash into the Susquehanna River rather than risk it crashing into populated areas of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The crew regained control and landed at Edwards AFB, California, but the X-18 never flew again.


Solar Tackle make some great clips, starting from the cheap micro adjustable plastic ones up to the more expensive PTFE and stainless type. As I had decided to use a 40mm foam ball as the sight bobbin, it was out of the question to use this as the means of joining the two. The picture below shows a single metal rod of 300mm, an alternative arm could be made by joining smaller rods together. Next up is the latching circuit, a simple 2 transistor latch is put together and tested on the breadboard with a 8mm blue LED and small 85db piezo sounder. My initial idea of mounting the battery on the back of the PCB didn’t work out as the box was not deep enough.
My drop off alarms were a simple cam and micro-switch design, but proved to be pretty reliable. As I already have the ATTx receiver, it would be useful to add a socket capable of taking an ATTx dongle. It may be possible for a pike to pick up the bait and only register a slight movement on the arm, without a latching circuit this might only register a slight beep and in windy or noisy conditions might be missed.
Now I have done so in the past with laminated photo sensitive boards and messy chemicals, but it’s not much fun at all.
Now these machines are pretty accurate but do sometimes suffer from being poorly put together. I really liked the overall design but especially the bait dropping mechanism, its totally different to the normal hopper style.
In the third picture below you can see the new eye in place with the bead just below it. Finally we have the upgraded top servo which controls the door and bait paddle. I also wanted to use a separate receiver battery pack, and decided that I would use this to switch on the main 6v supply via a relay.
In the original design the indicator LEDs just latched as soon as the channel switch had been activated, regardless of whether the door actually opened or the bait was dropped.
They are beautifully done, the best I've ever seen of an ironclad and have inspired me to build a model of her.Matt B.
For more exhaustive lists, see the Aircraft Crash Record Office or the Air Safety Network or the Dutch Scramble Website Brush and Dustpan Database. Crew elects to ditch, performs descent in instrument conditions, touches down safely, and evacuates aircraft with minor injuries to Rosenthall only, but are forced to lash two small auxiliary life rafts together after primary six-person raft is dragged down by sinking aircraft. As the bomber moves away from the burning tanker, the crew tries unsuccessfully to put out the blaze. Navy lighter-than-air loss as it leads to cancellation of airship operations on 28 June 1961.[16][17] Contributing reason of suspension of airship operations is improved speed of Soviet subs. Raleigh Myers experiences an oxygen fire in the cockpit after a pressure-reducing switch fails, ignited by the 24-volt power supply line to the switch. Crane, team narrator.[20] Joe Baugher lists this serial as shot down by gunfire 14 March 1969, in Southeast Asia. According to the Wikipedia article pertaining to this incident, parts of the weapon WERE recovered. Herod of the Texas Air National Guard was killed when his Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star trainer crashed in a vacant field in suburban Houston, Texas. Fire broke out in the capsule, which was filled with a pure oxygen atmosphere, when he dropped an alcohol-dipped swab onto a hot ring. Congaree Air National Guard Base near Eastover, South Carolina is subsequently renamed in his honor in October 1961 by Governor Ernest F. I found  some tiny tilt switches that are just over 6mm long and just under 2mm in diameter, along with a good quality right angled gold plated connector.
The line clip is such an important part of the alarm, it needs to be adjustable to suit different fishing situations. With the latter the arm can be broken into smaller segments which makes it’s easier to store. You can see in the picture below that the 2.5mm output socket has been included to test the mute functionality. I also  couldn’t mount it on the component side as I needed easy access from the rear of the box. The size of the box was dictated by the battery and buzzer, which in those days was a PP3 and a large piezo sounder. The latch would mean the alarm will sound until it is switched off, meaning it is less likely to miss this type of bite.
Enter the cheap small CNC machine, not only will it mill PCBs but it could come in handy for all sorts of other jobs too.
Knowing that they are likely to have problems and being prepared to fix them and improve them is part of the challenge. The original design is quite simple, the servo is attached to the back door latch via a cable, on this cable just below the white arm of the bait paddle is a bead. The wire is 100lb trace wire and I have simply crimped a loop, and then attached to both the servo and bottom latch with small split rings.
First off I purchased a 2.4Ghz upgrade kit  for my old Focus 6 transmitter, along with an 8 channel receiver. My solution is a small reed switch glued to the inside of the hull, right next to the rear door, with a small magnet glued to the paddle. I decided to replace the motor for a 550S, mainly because I was having alignment problems with the new coupling. Down at the local pond the first session ended after 2 minutes with the boat dead in the water. To my knowledge, nobody else offers this service.Scanned and electronically cleaned upThe down-side with CAD generated plans is that, for a one-man-show, it takes a long time to generate each one of them. Combat losses are not included except for a very few cases denoted by singular circumstances. Smoak, 26, survived, parachuting after being thrown clear of the explosion; two other crew and a passenger died, plus two civilians on the ground.
The 5 occupants are located by a United States Coast Guard Martin P5M Marlin at 0135 hours on 14 April, but conditions inhibit safe rescue by air, and they are not rescued until they are reached by a civilian motor vessel at 1130 hours, roughly 11 hours after touching down.
On 10 February 1962, twenty-one months after his capture, Powers is exchanged along with American student Frederic Pryor in a spy swap for Soviet KGB Colonel Vilyam Fisher (aka Rudolf Abel) at the Glienicke Bridge in Berlin, Germany.
The plane goes into a spin as the wing fails outboard of the engine and crashes on Jonathan Smith Mountain, a hill east of Puzzle Mountain in Newry, Maine. The tail was found at 22 feet down, along with the plutonium core as well as other fragments. An Air Force spokesman said the ship was on a routine refueling mission when it apparently suffered a power failure on target. For dead baiting on still waters, the clip wants to be set light, so that the slightest movement of the line pulls out of the clip. I cut a 30mm length of the 6mm plastic tube, then tapped a 2BA thread into one end, and pushed the M3 insert into the other end.
I decided the best way was to mount the battery on a separate PCB and connect it to the main PCB via wires. Unfortunately all my alarms and drawings (along with ALL my tackle, tools and electronic gear) went up in smoke in a serious garage fire 2 years ago.
If the socket also muted the built in buzzer when something was attached, the alarm could run in silent mode, by just plugging in a 2.5mm jack plug.
Having ordered mine from Ebay, 3 days later it arrived all packed in a nice wooden crate, pretty good service so far.
Woo hoo we have movement in all three axis, although some of the axis moved the opposite way to what they should have moved. I designed the schematic and PCB for a simple relay board and after a bit of trial and error with the CNC, managed to produce a working board.
The upgrade was simple, I just has to remove the original TX board and hook up the new one. I modified it slightly as I didn’t need the optoisolation, and just used a suitable transistor for the load of the front LED.
Now the indicator lights only come on if the paddle moves flush with the rear door, meaning that the door opening and bait drop was successful.


Fortunately I’d had the sense to run it round the outside close to the edge and managed to retrieve it, without getting wet. I've concluded that it would benefit more people to simply offer scanned plans of these historic ships.These plans are still excellent quality, and of high resolution. The flash of the fire is seen from as far away as Lewiston and Bridgton, and several people witness the crash, including hundreds of movie-goers at the Rumford Point Drive-In.
The project is abandoned before the entire uranium mass could be recovered, due to uncontrollable ground-water flooding. He set a fighter record by flying his North American F-86 Sabre, "Cindee Lind 7th",[53] 1,922 miles in 3 hours, 30 minutes to win the Air Force Association's Earl T. With the battery position decided, I now had the dimensions for the L shaped area that was left, to design the main PCB in. It was also very optimistic to think I could slide the board into place with the switch, 3.5mm socket, LED and sounder mounted.
The only minor niggle was the 3.5mm socket, it could just do with moving 1-2mm towards the back of the box. So now it’s time for me to design the new MK2 alarm, and through the wonders of the internet, I can share this momentous occasion with all of you. The first job was to source a suitable PC, which must have a parallel port to communicate with the controller. Once that was complete I merged the 2 schematics for the RC switch and battery monitor and tweaked it a bit and produced the main PCB.
While I was at it, I replaced the top channel 6 pot for a toggle switch to operate the bait dropper. The battery monitor I found at picprojects, I made some slight modifications so I could use a RGB LED and use it on 6v. As the originals are over 100 years old, many hours have been spent cleaning them up to a my own high standardAll plans are in pdf format. I glued a M3 nut inside the screw on barrel of the 3.5mm plug to allow me to connect the metal arm. Finally when  live baiting the clip need to be wound up tight to stop the bait from pulling the line out. I wanted to try and evenly space the switch, sounder hole and LED, I was also hoping that the switch cover nut and 3.5mm socket nut would hold the PCB secure so that no other fixings would be needed.
After I enlarged the switch hole it made it easier, but I have since decided it would be better to detach the sounder and LED from the board and connect them via wires are suitable connectors. Itching to get started I quickly cut a piece of MDF to bolt onto the bed, and ran some bed flattening code I found at the Linegrinder website. The last thing I wanted to do was make the connections to the electronics box easier, so instead of individual connections for all the LEDs and the switch I decided to use a 15pin DSUB connector, so there is now just a single connector.
This still left me with another switched channel which I wanted to use to remotely switch on the headlight.
The RGB LED is white when the battery is 100%, blue from 99% to 60%, pink from 59% to 25%, and red below 25%. By connecting the beauty up to the ESC and adding the RPM and temperature sensors, I could see exactly what was going on in the water. For prospective buyers outside the USA: Make sure you have a printer who can handle the paper size!!They are based on the RC PT boat that I was building, inspired by the old Lindberg kit I had as a teenager.
The engine did stop, but the propeller shaft sheared with the propeller wind-milling at an increased rate.
The whole thing is sprayed florescent orange and then we have a sight bobbin with removable line clip and M3 thread for joining the arm. Below you can see the PCB being milled, the finished PCB and the assembled prototype, with 2.5mm output socket and battery board. The 2.5mm socket just about fitted perfectly on the bottom and also holds the PCB in place. In my shop, out the back, I found an old Toshiba P4 laptop that was destined for the scrapheap, it had the parallel port I was after.
At the time I only had a 3mm Demmel routing bit so it took a while to do the 100mm x 160mm bed.
I mounted both the RC switch and battery monitor on a single piece of stripboard, and fitted all the electronics inside a single ABS box. Everything worked OK  the speed was much better than the 550s motor, and was probably a bit better at low throttle, I guess due to the fact the 755 has five poles. As scavengers were carrying away the lead ballast and preparing to rip the Atlantic apart from stem to stern, Ward Bright spotted the boat at the docks.
Once I got back to the workshop I downloaded the data from the elogger and you can see the results in the first chart below. I use jZip because it's free and reliable.Changing the scale when printing out is tricky with pdf files. Realizing that the aircraft will not reach the chosen emergency airfield, at Crotone, Italy, the pilot circled the aircraft over the small town of Botricello ordering the passengers and radio operator to bail out - all landing safely with only minor injuries. The Y axis just stopped half way through the job, after a bit of digging I found the problem to be two fold. Firstly I had put the wrong speed settings in the motor control section of Mach3, and secondly there was a bad connection on the Y axis stepper motor. Follow the link for more tips on printing pdf's further down on this page.At one point I offered the CAD generated plans in several different scales, all individually. It drove me crazy trying to keep track of it all, and try and figure some sort of price structure.
I gave up and decided to offer all different scales of the same subject in a single download.
Page was posthumously promoted to full Lieutenant status by the Secretary of the Navy, John B. It was clear that I had a lot to learn about the CNC, Mach3 and the best way to get consistent results. It has worked out well.When you buy these model boat plans you receive a zip file containing multiple drawings at different scales. The roll out was straight for 800-1,000 feet before the C-119 veered to the right and into the water, with the cockpit filling to about the level of the side window.
Clark, 62, who was alone in her home at 211 Colonial Court, where a major portion of the plane fell, and James LaRoy Hollabaugh, 29, adopted son of Mrs. Overall much better, current averaging about 8a, although I think I am still going to use a 15a fuse, temps down below 60°c, and RMP up to 4500.
The speed was possibly slightly better than with the 50mm prop, although it’s hard to tell without seeing two boats side by side. He spoke rationally to rescuers who had watched his parachute fall but was in a severe shock. He received emergency treatment on the spot from physician who lived in the neighbourhood and was taken to Arkansas Baptist Hospital.
His wife is a nurse at Arkansas Children's Hospital, two blocks from the Maryland - Summit crash scene. The survivors bailed out at 50,000 feet (15,000 m) and landed six to seven miles (11 km) away from the crash site. The scene of the heaviest destruction to property was at the intersection of Maryland and Summit Avenues. Minutes before the explosion the plane had attempted to make contact with a Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker jet tanker to be refuelled in flight.
Jones, commander of the 4241st Strategic Air Command Wing at Seymour Johnson AFB, Goldsboro, North Carolina, stated that the bomber was in "the observation position 100 to 200 feet behind and below the tanker just before the explosion, but never made contact." Col.



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