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hello, iam looking for a place to purchase plans to build a detalied apachie helicopter. would appricate any help anyone can give me.
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You may have to work from either line drawings if you can find some or even photographs.
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thanks derek
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Hi dwhitmoyer,

I have to agree with Derek. We don't carry any Apache Helicopter plan sets and don't know where to find one.
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Hi there. A quick Google search revealed this (1st hit):

https://www.google.ch/?gfe_rd=cr&ei=0ZfXU_O4AaWH8Qevl4DQDw&gws_rd=ssl#q=apache+helicopter+plans

There are quite a few images there, but of course, being on the net they'll probably be too small to work from directly. But download what you think you need and then print out at the size you need. To find out what that size to print out to is, you'll first need a couple of major dimensions of the real thing, e.g. overall length, height, main rotor span, max fuselage width, etc. No problem, the 2nd hit from the above Google search shows a Wikipedia entry which although I haven't looked, will I'm sure show a small 3 view drawing with those principal dimensions marked. Those will then allow you to decide the size of the wooden aeroplane you're building and therefore, the size of the drawing/s you need to print to.

Finally you said "detailed" in your post (i.e. I assume you want to build a wooden scale model, rather than a children's toy). If so, and as I assume you'll want to make it as accurate as possible, I suggest you visit a local toy/model store and buy a small scale plastic model kit. That will help you quite a bit with getting the proportions right from all viewing angles - and you can even "cheat" a bit and steal a couple of the small/difficult bits such as the chin turret, IR sensor mast, etc, to enhance your model! (I'm again assuming that it's not intended for a child).

Hope that helps.

Oh and welcome to the Forum, I'm pretty new here myself and there seems to be a lot of good help and info available.

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Simple to complex just add wood to the search and look at the images.
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 I did design these two helicopters model about 12 months ago and more plans for helicopters. But not ad time to make yet

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This is a beautiful model design. I am impressed with your artistic and 3D skills. We look forward to seeing the finished model. It is good to see you back participating on the forum. You have been missed!
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Thanks for sharing the photos of the apache choppers,any chanche pans are avaiable? i like the look of the second photo.
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I love the look of your design! What software do you use? Just curious.
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Hi Dwhitmoyer
When I start the projects I will be sharing all projects models who wants to make them.
Can not do yet because of my internet I have only got USB internet at the moment and only get 1 GB a month and it not very good and it not last 1 month maybe 1 week very slow to. In one month or so I will start to make.

Hi JTalbot
  I use many 3D software some of the free 3D software very good to.
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