Radio Control plans refer to plans of Remote Control model planes and if you are interested in creating your own remote control planes, you can download these plans and build your models according to them.
One thing you need to remember while using TurboCAD to design your own RC plans is to use straight lines to start with. As far as possible you should avoid using curves. This makes it very easy to draw and also simple to build. Make sure you calculate the measurements accurately as an even a small error could cause some amount of confusion while building the prototype. However, you can even make these corrections while building the prototype. Once you know what the errors are in your RC plans, you can go back to your TurboCAD program and make the necessary adjustments. It is quite easy to do this and you can do it faster too.
Once you are ready with your prototype that was created using your own set of RC plans, you can make preparations to take your first test flight. You need to check your controls and see if your plane is operating properly. You need to check if your plane balances properly at its center of gravity and then double check its electronic controls. Trying out a couple of test hops is recommended before you actually fly your plane. Make sure you have enough of space in case you are flying indoors and make sure the winds are calm In case you want to fly your plane in the outdoors.
If you happen to be satisfied with the way your plane is flying and if your RC plan is a success, you could use the same layout to create more RC plans for different planes. It is not too difficult to make those changes to the same existing layout. You could even check for some plans on the internet and incorporate the same in your CAD program. The feeling of flying your own RC plane designed from your own set of RC plans can be really satisfying.