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Roy Vaillancourt

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Vailly Aviation

HQ Phone:  (631) 732-4715

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Vailly Aviation

18 Oakdale Avenue

Farmingville, New York,11738

United States

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Model Aircraft » Blog Archive Nick Ziroli Plans Expands - Adds Several Popular Designer Plans to the Ziroli Lineup - Model Aircraft

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Also, after 30 years of apportionment a hulk scale warbird enthusiast, Roy Vaillancourt of Vailly Aviation will also be flitting on all his drawings and production to Nick Ziroli as well.
Roy commented: "To all a constant business and supporters we appreciate we for years of kind difference and your bargain and faithfulness to my designs. we wish they offer we well. we have famous Nick Sr for roughly 40 years now and he was a one who helped me get started in a business behind in 1986. Roy says that, "without Nancy's help, support, adore and bargain this journey would not have been possible.


Kits in Stock

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Roy Vaillancourt
Vailly Aviation


Project Spotlight Fall 2013

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Our Project Spotlight features a 1/3 scale SE5a designed and built as a WWI stand-off scale fun subject by Roy Vaillancourt, owner of Vailly Aviation, Farmingville NY.
Roy came to Cal-Grafx with limited and hard-to-find written and artist rendition documentation on the full scale aircraft that survived the war and was rescued and refinished by the US Air Force 25th PSQ based at Ellington Field, Texas from 1921 to 1922. A major challenge in duplicating the graphics on the full scale aircraft was the unique squadron emblem ("the bird"). An exhaustive internet search by Cal-Grafx did not provide any additional or higher quality images than what Roy was able to come up with. The one rendered image Roy was able to find was blurred and lacked detail. After studying the image through various digital filters, Cal-Grafx was able to come up with what we believe to be very close to the original squadron emblem. Most importantly, Roy was more than happy with the end result. The numerals on the fuselage were also faithfully produced in the exact style of the original marking. Attention to these details adds to the scale realism of the model. This project started out as all Roy's planes do, with a blank sheet of paper and a good set of 3 views. For this particular model Roy used the ever-popular William Wylam drawings. It is covered with Solartex and painted with Roy's popular latex paint system which he has used on many scale models. Cal-Grafx is proud to be a contributor to this top-tier scale model and looks forward to working with Roy again on future projects.


Vailly Aviation

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In most cases the upper units were designed by Darrel with the struts designed by Roy.
designed by:Roy Vaillancourt of VAILLY AVIATION 18 Oakdale Ave. Farmingville, N.Y., 11738-2828 Ph/Fx: 631:732-4715 after 8:00 pm vaillyav@optonline.net Designed completely by Roy Vaillancourt specifically for the Vailly Aviation 90" FW-190. Strut length is 12-1/2 from axle to trunion pivot. These are 74-degree retraction units that weigh 1.4 lbs each and will fit between 1-3/4 wide mounting bearers. Designed by Roy and Darrel specifically for the Vailly Aviation 90" FW-190. Designed by Roy Vaillancourt specifically for the Vailly Aviation 96" Tempest and 90" Sea Fury. Strut length is 10.00 from axle to trunion pivot. Weight is 1.7 lbs each with scale struts. These are 96-degree retraction units that will fit between 1-7/8 wide mounting bearers. They accept 5.50 dia wheels. This unit, designed completely by Roy Vaillancourt, can be activated either by a 180 degree retract servo or an air cylinder.


Vailly Aviation

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Roy Vaillancourt is the president of Vailly Aviation.
His specialty is giant scale WWII Warbirds. Vailly Aviation has been serving the giant scale enthusiast since 1986. Roy is an active scale contestant and has competed regularly at TOP GUN and The U.S. Scale Masters Championships plus many other scale competitions for more than the past 30 years. Roy has served as the East Coast Vice Chairman of the U.S. Scale Masters Association and is the first recipient of the coveted Harris Lee award. He has written numerous articles for many of the major model magazines dealing with all aspects of scale modeling. Roy and his wife Nancy operate Vailly Aviation out of their home as a part time venture to help contribute to the scale modeling community. In "real life" Roy is a retired mechanical engineer from the aerospace industry. He is a degreed mechanical engineer (2 degrees) with over 45 years experience as a manufacturing and design specialist in the aerospace field for many of the noted full-scale aviation corporations such as Lockheed Martin and British Aerospace. He has also written many articles on the design and fabrication of full-scale military aircraft components ranging from engine parts to landing gear and airframe parts and assemblies.


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