My first radio controlled attempt at flying with a Micro-Mould Planet which had an Enya engine fitted.
Here are just a few model aircraft that have all been covered with the Bucks-Composites materials covering system.
I am sending some photos of 2 models covered in your glass fibre cloth. The 109 was fully covered in cloth and the 163 had the wing, elevons & fin glass clothed. The fuselage is plastic.
Here are a few planes that has made use of Bucks-Composites materials.
I am a fan of Bucks-Composites.
Enclosed are some glassing photos of my Boulton Paul P-120 mock up.
This is one of Colin's planes that has used Bucks-Composites materials to cover the model. The wingspan is 120" and length is 94".
Tempest scale 1-4.5 span 110" engine Moki 250 5 cylinder, weight 38lbs, built from scratch no plans.
Chipmunk 1/3 scale
11ft 4in span, fus, fin, tailplane & cowl all glassed with Bucks-Composites materials
Engine Quadra 75 model weighs 22Kg.
B17G, 10ft span, 30lb built from plans and entirely covered with Bucks-Composites materials ultra lightweight glass fibre cloth and Epoxy resin and Hardener.
Supermarine Swift - 55 pounds gross, Cobra 30 pounds S.T. gas turbine.
The Jet Provost is fully glassed using Bucks-Composites materials system
Turbo Raven - although petrol powered!
Finished in Bucks-Composites materials glass cloth and resin. Span is 96", power is a Moki 75cc and weight is about 32 lbs.
A new cowl was made for the Ryan PT22 from Bucks-Composites materials woven glass cloth and epoxy resin.
The Hercules Fully glassed using Bucks-Composites materials system, the wingspan is 12 ft.
The B17 Fully glassed using Bucks-Composites materials system, the wingspan is 10 ft.
The Lancaster Fully glassed using Bucks-Composites materials system, the wingspan is 17 ft.
The B25 Mitchell Fully glassed using Bucks-Composites materials system, the wingspan is 10 ft.
The Gloster E28/39 ‘Whittle' has Bucks-Composites materials used on Fuselage and on parts of the wing.
Here is a customers PSS Nimrod MRA4 built using Bucks-Composites materials.
Though you might be interested in a pic of my completed Phase 6 finished in your formula 50 resin, excellent finishing method, I am very pleased with the final result
Here is a well built Chris Foss Phase 6 Glider which has been fully glassed using Bucks-Composites materials covering system.
Here is a model glider wing that one side has been covered with the Bucks-Composites materials system and the other side has not been covered with the Bucks-Co
Here is a glider that has been glassed using Bucks-Composites materials system.
Here is a photo of one of Steve's gliders flown up at the Dyke on a windy day. The glider is built using Bucks-Composites strong epoxy resin and reinforcements.
The Seagull is complete with a poop tank! Built using Bucks-Composites.
Here is another of Steve's gliders flown up at Mill hill and built using Bucks-Composites materials.
Here is a few more of Steve's gliders which have used Bucks-Composites in the building.
The Spitfire PSS is built using Bucks-Composites Materials.
The Hawk PSS is built using Bucks-Composites Materials and is flown up the hill.
My 8th glider is this one, this glider got court in a thermal up at the Dyke and I put it into a dive but it wouldn't pull out.
The scale glider is flown up the hill and built with Bucks-Composites materials.
The Mustang on low flypass, another of Steve's planes and built using Bucks-Composites materials.
Up the hill and built with Bucks-Composites.
Eddie the Eagle always has fun flying with the other birds! Bucks-Composites materials are used to build the Eagle.
These gliders have been built using Bucks-Composites materials.
The Minimoa has the fuselage and various parts reinforced with Bucks-Composites materials.
This glider is built using Bucks-Composites materials.
This glider has the wings, fuselage and tail reinforced with Bucks-Composites materials.
The Reno-racer is another of Steve's plane's, built with Bucks-Composites materials. Concord also built with Bucks-Composites.
Up the hill you never know what is going to turn up! Built using Bucks-Composites materials.
Steve a regular model pilot up at the Dyke and uses Bucks-Composites materials in most of his pss gliders for building or repairing.
A great slope soaring day, glider built using Bucks-Composites materials.
The strength behind the model.
Here is a model that has used Bucks-Composites materials in the building.
This glider is built from a plan and has the fuselage covered with Bucks-Composites materials.
The Phase 6 is built from a Chris Foss kit and is fully glassed using Bucks-Composites materials system.
This glider has the wings, tail and rudder covered with Bucks-Composites materials system.
The Middle Phase is built from a Chris Foss kit and is fully glassed using Bucks-Composites materials system.
Bucks-Composites materials has been used for moulding the fuselage and covering the wings, ailerons, tail & fin. This glider is awesome to fly!
The RAF Valley Hawk is scratch built and the Bucks-Composites materials system was used to finish the Hawk.
The Airtech Glider has been covered with the Bucks-Composites materials system.
The Dart glider has the Bucks-Composites materials system used to cover the wings and V-tail.
Hawk PSS Built using Bucks-Composites materials Epoxy Resin and Glass cloth.
4 metre Olympia Glider 2b built from a Cliff Charlesworth plan.
Here is a photo of my machine on which I have used your glass and epoxy systems. The photo is of my Olympia 463 to 1:3.5 scale.
Glider is fully glassed using Bucks-Composites materials system. The glider is scrach built and fly's very well.
Here is my Pat Teakle Vega glider, the Vega 4 metre wings, tail & rudder are covered with Bucks-Composites materials Super lightweight glass fibre cloth and epoxy resin.
Neil's RC crafts are built using Bucks-Composites materials.
There is about 3 years of work carried out.
Here are some photos of RC model boat supplied by Neil and built using Bucks-Composites materials.
Here are some photos of RC model boats supplied by Neil built using Bucks-Composites materials.
The glass fibre hull needed fitting out with various items which were bonded and reinforced with composite materials. This was a IC boat but Peter and I converted it to electric.
The Model Hull mould has been moulded with Bucks-Composites materials.
Marie Joseph is a working model of a typical French fishing vessel operating mainly from the traditional fishing ports of the Atlantic coast.
Bucks-Composites materials are used to build experimental camera boats for taking video clips of model boats.
Attached is a picture of a customers Quantum 2+2 kit car,
He used Bucks-Composites materials to re-work the front lights and fit the vents in the bonnet.
Here is the Dutton Triumph Kit Car which had a Triumph 2 litre straight 6 cylinder engine fitted. It took 8 months of evenings and weekends to get the car on the road.
Composite Home Build Chevy Special.
Composite component car, from start to finish was six and a half years to build. The work was carried out most evenings and weekends.
Various Bucks-Composites materials have been used to produce this Croquet Mallet
I repair propellers, both wooden and carbon fibre,
My own design & homemade wooden box trailer has parts of the floor reinforced and water proofed with glass fibre woven roving and pigmented black polyester resin which made a hard wearing surfa
Just a few photos of the mandolin so far with dry fitting carbon fibre truss rod to neck, it will sit in a bed of epoxy two part filler and a small piece of spruce to finish.
Mardave sidecar The new chassis was built for a very old shell. The original chassis had been badly hacked about and numerous holes had been drilled in it.
Bath University are building a human powered aeroplane. This will be the first one to be completed in the UK for nearly 20 years.
Photo of my B24 model that my father flew in the far east during WW2 KH331 Winimae, used your lightweight cloth all over and has come out ,really well . Dave Martin
Here is my electric Canard pusher which has Bucks Formula 5 minute Epoxy adhesive used for repairs !!!
The Canard flies well from a flat field.
Here is a electric foam model purchased from Rapid RC Models (rapidrcmodels.com) and covered with Bucks-Composites modern building materials.
Here another of Steve's Spitfire electric built with Bucks-Composites Materials.
Dear Bucks Composites,
Please find attached a photo of my un- flown Tony Nijhuis FW190 covered in your excellent resin and cloth.
Attached photo of Lyric 2 metre Soarer using your Bucks-Composites products for moulded fuselage and wing skinning. Second place in national league 2011.
See my Tony Nijhuis Hurricane. Glass on the wings and front fuselage by Bucks-Composites. First time I’ve ever used the technique. Delighted with the outcome. Model should fly
Scratch design/built 1/7 scale Provost T1 60" 9lb electric. Balsa/foam covered in Bucks-Composites lightweight/ultra light glass. Very strong, flies well.
The Lancaster has four electric motors and fully glassed using Bucks-Composites materials system. This is a Priory models kit and flies very well.
The Spitfire is a Balsacraft kit, flown as electric and has been fully glassed using the Bucks-Composites materials system.
This is a Balsacraft kit, flown as electric and fully glassed using the Bucks-Composites materials system.
This special plane has a brushless motor, built from a plan and covered with the Bucks-Composites materials system.
The Easy street plane is built from a kit and is fully glassed using Bucks-Composites materials system. This plane can be flown as a pss or as electric.
This plane is built from Chris Golds plan including making a wing jig and fully glassed using Bucks-Composites materials system.
The FW 190 is fully glassed using the Bucks-Composites materials system. The FW 190 is a Balsacraft kit. The FW 190 can be flown as a PSS or flown as a electric model.
The ASW 24 Special has the wings, tail & rudder covered with Bucks-Composites materials super lightweight glass cloth and epoxy resin and hardener.
Highlight electric glider, inside the fuselage cutaway canopy area is reinforced with Bucks-Composites materials strong Aramid / Kevlar® reinforcing tape and wette
Models using Bucks Single-Part coatings
An alternative to copydex for adhering balsa wood sheeting to foam model aircraft or glider wings.
Here is a electric foam model purchased from Rapid RC Models (rapidrcmodels.com).
Barracuda-electric, 1700mm span, 8lb. Mostly blue foam skinned with lightweight glass cloth by John. Also uses 12mm carbon fibre tube as spar/joiner.
Here is a model Autogyro built from a plan and modified using Bucks modern building materials, Carbon fibre round & square hollow tube,
Large Scale Models
Here`s a few pic`s of my latest project, the model is principally built of polystyrene skinned with 160 grm hollow glass fibre and I have use`d carbon fibre rod and tube from Bucks-composit
De Havilland DH86 has different parts made with Bucks-Composites materials. The wingspan is 16' and length is 11' 6".
Caribou Covered in Bucks-Composites materials Finishing resin and 25gram woven glass cloth, picture taken at the Barkstone War Birds Fly-in.
VC10 K mk3 RAF air to air tanker
The Comet is fully glassed using Bucks-Composites materials system, it has a wing span of 16ft and 15.5ft long, weighs 110 lbs with fuel.