Lilienthals's Descendant

Product no.: WR063

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Once Otto Lilienthal jumped down a hill near Berlin with his flying machine and meanwhile he studied the principles of the flight of birds and of the aerodynamics. Out flying machine is driven by a powerful engine. During the landing the legs of the pilot are used as a landing-gear.

The model is hung up by a string, wings, propeller, rudder and arms and legs of the pilot are movable.

Author: Walter Ruffler
Crank mechanism Size: 7,5 x 6 x 26 cm
2 construction sheets DIN A 4

Difficulty class: middle

Published by: Walter Ruffler Paper automata

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