Slight Seconds DeHavilland Tiger Moth
At VMC, absolute quality is highly important to us.
We thoroughly check each sheet of cut parts for unwanted artefacts from the laser cutting process and occasionally we find rejects.
What's wrong with them? Sometimes there is a slightly burned edge, sometimes the laser hasn't fully cut through a part.
It's all very trivial for the average modeller who can fashion the odd part from the balsa sheet offcuts.
It doesn't feel right to simply waste these parts by throwing them away, so instead we are offering them to those of you out there who don't mind having a few questionable parts and would rather have a big discount.
At a Glance
- Power System - Rubber Free Flight
- Wingspan - 18" (460mm)
- Approximate AUW - 25g
- Difficulty - Beginner
Four balsa sheets with precise laser cut parts and strip wood (some or all of the sheets may have defects).
PVA glue for building the wooden frames.
One 150mm diameter plastic propeller.
One pre-bent motor hook and shaft.
Small piece of acetate sheet for the screens
Three low friction plastic nose bushings - one for the propeller and two for the undercarriage wheels.
Piano wire for the main undercarriage and tail wheel legs. One motor peg (cocktail stick or toothpick).
Rubber motor strip.
Tissue to cover the model.
Parts reference sheets (W), full size summary plan sheets (X), scheme diagram sheet (Y) and scheme markings (Z) printed on lightweight paper.
TIGER MOTH ORIGINAL INSTRUCTION BOOKLET COPY
Download a spare copy of the instruction booklet included in your kit here:Tiger Moth Instruction Booklet
TIGER MOTH MARKINGS SHEET
Click the link below to download a pdf version of the markings sheet included in the Tiger Moth kit.
The markings sheet should fit onto a single A4 page and may be printed onto your own paper or decal transfer sheet.
TIGER MOTH PATTERNS SHEET
Click the link below to download a pdf version of the patterns for acetate and paper/card parts originally drawn on the plan.
This will save you from having to cut into your beautiful plan!
Built, filmed, edited and produced by the amazing Rob Brennan
- 18" (460mm)