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#1 Pjotrrr Sep 07, 2006 06:49 AM

Plan BlingBlingv3 by Didier
 
Thanks to Didier to give permission for publishing and Prop-er for his Rhino work to digitalise the plans for this GREAT F3P plane!!!

This plane is designed and flown by Didier in the Dutch and German F3P championships earlier this year.

VERY neutral flying design with almost the same surface area in vertical fuselage and wings, almost no need for rudder in knife edge, great performance in rolling figures.

Recommended AUW is 120-130 grams, best light servo's are the Dymond D47.

Have fun!!!


http://www.rcplans.nl/RC%20foto-albu..._Didier_A0.PDF
http://www.rcplans.nl/RC%20foto-albu...r_A1_Page1.PDF
http://www.rcplans.nl/RC%20foto-albu...r_A1_Page2.PDF
http://www.rcplans.nl/RC%20foto-albu...r_A4_tiled.PDF
http://www.rcplans.nl/RC%20foto-albu...TTER_tiled.PDF

Edit: Here's a pic of Didier's BBv3:

http://foto.modelbouwforum.nl/albums...20%2816%29.jpg

#2 matchlessaero Sep 07, 2006 07:20 AM

Any pics of a completed version?

#3 Foamy Love Sep 07, 2006 07:50 AM

Thanks for the plans. :) Some pics would be nice though.

#4 Erik Johansson Sep 07, 2006 08:06 AM

Here is a link to a recent thread about this design:

http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=563873

/Erik

#5 Pjotrrr Sep 07, 2006 08:49 AM

This is Didier's model:

http://foto.modelbouwforum.nl/albums...20%2816%29.jpg

And here you can see Didier flying it at the Open German F3P Championships:

http://foto.modelbouwforum.nl/albums..._L4K0755Sm.JPG

http://foto.modelbouwforum.nl/albums...pilotsMulh.JPG

Data F3P planes:

http://people.freenet.de/slowfly/modelldaten2006-2.gif

The Open German F3P Championship can be seen as the 'unofficial European championship'.....

Aito, Smove and Snowflakes are biplanes, all others are monoplanes.

Strecker motoren: www.rs-e-motoren.de
Flyware Micro Rex: www.lipoly.com
WES carbon props: www.wes-technik.de

#6 Trisquire Sep 07, 2006 09:31 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bert v/d Vecht
The 11 gram Strecker motor (195 03) comes in two winds. The 96 wind is for 3s packs and the 74 wind is for 2s packs. Performance is similar, as is the system weight since the 2s batteries need to be capable of a higher current draw than the 3s batteries.

All BlingBlings are all flown with a 96 wind Strecker 195 03?

Tom

#7 Pjotrrr Sep 07, 2006 09:35 AM

Yes, all three used also 3s300 lipo's...
I see the 96 wind is not mentioned on the website, can be ordered though...

#8 3dflyindan Sep 07, 2006 09:38 AM

i no this may seem stupid but why did they use 3 cells ? most people ive heard are using 2cellls ??

dan

#9 Pjotrrr Sep 07, 2006 09:41 AM

They chose for less Amps/more Volts
The 3spacks could be at the same weight as other used 2spacks because of the less Amps draw....

#10 Bert v/d Vecht Sep 07, 2006 10:23 AM

The Data was collected at the qualifier (North) for the German open indoor champs.

After that contest I changed to Didier's new V3 design and used that plane in the finals. The change was dramatic! At the qualifier I just barely made the finals with only 1 place to spare. (9th position of 10 spots to go trough to the final.)

In the finals I used the V3 design to improve to 5th place in a field that comprised the 10 best pilots from the North and the 10 best pilots from the Southern German qualifier.

I feel the V3 design contributed to the improvement. My V3 used the 2cell 74wind motor and 2s Etec 450 lipo's.

Here is a video of one of the rounds in the final.
http://airtoimedia.nl/web/upload/vdV...-Bert-Esch.wmv

As you can see I used a more rounded nose for esthetic reasons only.

#11 Foamy Love Sep 07, 2006 11:35 AM

Nice flying. I always love watching a good F3P flight. :)

#12 Prop-er Sep 07, 2006 12:14 PM

Right...The scaling of the A0 and A1 sized plans is incorrect. I have taken these plans OFFLINE, and will fix them tomorrow morning. (I don't have acces to the model right now...GRRRR).

Sorry for the inconvience.

#13 Jerry Combs Sep 07, 2006 12:41 PM

Prop-er,

No need to be sorry. I appreciate your taking the time and effort to do this. Thank you Didier for making your design available.

Jerry

#14 dorjes Sep 07, 2006 12:43 PM

What kind of bracing is being used on the plane ? Looks like some carbon bracing underneath the fuselage , and maybe some kevlar or monofiliment on the tail , but I'm not sure about the wing bracing . Anyone have info or have a picture underneath to show the bracing ?

This looks like a really nice design.

Thanks, Dorin Luck

#15 Pjotrrr Sep 07, 2006 01:13 PM

2 Attachment(s)
Here are two pictures of my 63cm span model based on the BBv3, this model uses an 8 gram Strecker motor and a 17 grams 2s300 lipo.
Lightened D47's directly soldered to lightened RX and a CC Phoenix 10 with lighter shorter cables.
The crossbracing under the wings is 1mm carbon, bracing of the tail can be done with 0,5mm carbon.
The center of the cross under the wing is connected with a standing rod to the wing.
Dick and Bert van der Vecht came with this light and torsionfree solution...
And yes, we have red 3mm depron over here, it's sold by Graupner ;)


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