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Beaver DHC2

A sheet of depron foam and some bits of balsa.
You shouldn't need much more than that to build this half scale model of the legendary Beaver DHC2.
A simple geared Speed 400 is enough to fly it. You can also decide to install a small brushless to have even better performances than with the Speed 400 motor.
It's an easy to build model and it has very good flight characteristics. That's a perfect plane for a beginner or for relaxed flight on a Sunday.

Beaver DHC2 plans


 Beaver DHC2 RC depron parkflier

Those few pages are there to help you building the Beaver DHC2 shown above. The building process is very simple and even a complete beginner should be able to do it.
Plus, ALL the parts are shown and drawn on the plans, this should make building and assembly even easier.


Plans of the plane

First you should download the plans if you have not already done it.
Construction drawings are now available in Acrobat format (pdf) for those who do not have any CAD software or DXF compatible software. With pdf format you can print the entire plans with an A4 printer and reassemble all the sheets together.
About the CN files, you will find more explanations further down in this page.

Name Date File size Hits    
Plan Beaver DHC2 RC format PDF 2012-12-10 314.68 KB 15557
Plan Beaver DHC2 RC format DXF 2012-12-10 3.13 MB 11407
Plan Beaver DHC2 RC format Turbocad (TCW) 2012-12-10 2.9 MB 7567
Découpes pièces Beaver DHC2 RC 2012-12-10 651.08 KB 1649