Model Gliders Under Development

These are the model sailplanes & gliders currently under development.

Olympia

The first model build is now well under way  This iconic glider is going to be a great addition to the range.  Currently being built by Barry Atkinson of Sarik Hobbies.
olympia 2B model glider plane

ASK-7

New ASK-7 at 1/3 scale is now in the paint shop. It’s been very difficult choosing a colour scheme for this wonderful sailplane. Should not be long.
ka7_painted

Slingsby T13 Petrel

The Petrel will be 1/3 scale, and both fixed tail plane and all moving tail plane will be supplied on the plan along with three canopy types.  At 1/3 scale the wing span will be 5.78 Mtrs.
t13 slingsby petrel high performance model sailplane

GenesisII

This sailplane was designed in the late 90s by Jim Marske and John Roncz. There was a breakdown in relations between the American design group and the Lithuanian manufacturer so production was stopped after 27 had been made.
genesis II high performance model glider

Build of this model is now well under way!  Build here:  https://scalesoaring.co.uk/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=2353

Shorts Nimbus

The Shorts Nimbus was a British two-seat glider trainer designed in 1947 by members of the Short Brothers design office, who had recently formed the Rochester Gliding Club.
Nimbus 3 view 800

Jilles was so taken with this Gglider that he decided to build it himself.  As soon as this build starts, we will put links up for it.

“BREAKING NEWS”  Build well under way.  https://scalesoaring.co.uk/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=2314

SG38 Primary Glider

The latest plan from Jilles Smits. Plan now in and waiting for first build.
sg 38 primary glider elliots of newbury

Build is now complete.  Build here:  https://scalesoaring.co.uk/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=2296
Model has flown and is now available through the shop.  https://lasercutsailplanes.co.uk/product/dfs-sg-38-schulgleiter-short-kit-and-plan/

Seburge T21

Following on from the success of the 1/3 scale T21 we have decided to produce a smaller 1/6 scale version for those that cannot manage the 6 metre span of its predecessor.

Sedberge T21