|Jan 11, 2010, 10:23 AM|
3DHS 62" Osiris Pattern Plane
There has been a lot of testing going on at the Jesky household as well as 3D HobbyShops, I finally feel that we are there and ready to release our new Pattern aircraft. As many that fly with me know that Pattern is my first choice of RC flying. So what better way but to bring that to the 3DHS crew as well as some of the pattern fliers around the world. I'm very excited about others flying this model as It has taken many revisions to get it just right but, now that we have it there its amazing.
Assembly: This is the most complete model to date that 3DHS has released. Myself, Larry Markey, and Lynn Morgan assembled 2 of these side by side in 4 hours. That was also taking a lunch break and just BS'ing around. Pretty amazing how far these models have come. On this model even the wheels, axles, and wheel pants mounted. All control horns are glued in, hinging needs to be done with the supplied CA hinges. Like all other 3DHS models, one side is already done for you. Everything fit amazing like it always does with 3DHS stuff.
The plane feels everybit as good a 2 meter competition pattern plane. I have been able to fly the model through all of the AMA classes with it as well as the new P-11 and F-11. Even in Rough air the model does not get bumped around. The model is also a very big plane for its size so it will be able to be flown at a good distance and give you that big airplane feel.
Servos: For my Osiris I have it outfitted with 3 Futaba 9650's, 2 on the Aileron's and 1 on the elevator. For the rudder we went to a full size servo and on my model I use the Futaba 9551 low profile servo. This has more than enough torque to allow the model to do tight knife edge loops.
Power Systems: With the help from a great bunch of people that I fly with we have been able to fly the model on the following batteries 4s6000mah (2 4s3000 parrellelled), 5s 3900 mah, 5s 5000 (My favorite size), 6s 5000. To get a good pattern feel we are ranging from 1300 watts up to 1500 watts. On 1500 Watts the airplane is a missle and has no problem doing one roll rolling loops with authority. On a 5s setup the motor of Choice for me is the A50-12S on 15x10 prop, this outputs about 1300 Watts at 70 Amps. With this setup on a Thunder Power 5S 3900 Mah pack the plane weighs in at 6 pounds 5 ounces. We have also tested out the Hacker A40-12L which on a 16x10 prop on the same battery puts out about 1500 watts. The cool thing about this motor is its lighter than the A50-12s. So with this motor and the 5S 3900 Mah pack its 6 pounds 2 oz RTF. On both of these models from testing we are putting back around 2600mah in a 6 minute flight.
We will have 2 color schemes in this plane. Both look stunning on the ground and in the air. The only change that will be is we will have tinted canopies instead of Silver painted ones. So Here it is......
|Jan 11, 2010, 10:37 AM|
|Jan 11, 2010, 11:05 AM|
I Know what my next project is going to be
I've been waiting for a new pattern plane.
Any idea on the release date?
|Jan 11, 2010, 11:38 AM|
To expand a little on what AJ said, this plane is extremely quick and easy to assemble, with even more of the steps taken care of for you than usual, like control horn installation and landing gear assembly.
More to come!
|Jan 11, 2010, 12:13 PM|
1. the 72" SC and other "new" versions of existing designs
2. only on completely new designs
3. just an experiment may not do the extra assembly on other planes
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