|Sep 30, 2013, 07:42 PM|
RC Enterprise "F" Flyby Close-Ups - Enterprise In Space™
I've completed the small version of the Enterprise "F" from the Enterprise In Space™ project:
There is one scene to watch for that's pretty cool at about 2:39 to do with the aerodynamics, and shows how much drag is being created.
buzzing the tower, maybe a little too close...
The model is now powered up for great flight, hulls are filled in with some shape to them, and she has some colors now to look pretty and much more like Andrew Probert's original artistic design. This should be the final mod for this little ship before moving up in size.
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Enterprise In Space™
Sending the first Enterprise satellite into Earth orbit!
|Oct 01, 2013, 01:29 AM|
United States, CA, Fremont
Joined Jan 2009
Looks very nice and I'm being tempted into following suit.
How do you connect the three elevator sections so that one of them also controls the other two? Some kind of flexible linkage?
Are there any plans?
|Oct 01, 2013, 02:14 PM|
very observant - the photos are good resolution, so you can zoom in to see the elevator joiner horns which are flexible clear PET or acrylic - they work nicely with no play, almost like an accordion - the horns flex plenty at the bend at their top, and smoothly absorb the relative lateral movements without binding at all.
sorry no plans or kits at the moment, but hopefully we can remedy that in the future, star date unknown. the plans are made from CGI images based on Andrew Probert's artistic design and currently only being used for the EIS project - even this design is preliminary. i would recommend taking a whack at something like the "D" - it begs to flown in an atmosphere - even without a motor, my larger "D" slope glider worked well
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