|Jan 25, 2011, 02:03 AM|
Joined Jan 2011
What is the Most Powerful Fixed Pitch Non-Differential Coaxial Motor?
Need two sets of 'em for a big fixed wing, for thrust rather than lift. The coaxial props don't need to differentiate in speed from each other, nor do they need to tilt on their axis. It's simpler than your coaxial helicopter rig, yet would require only one motor per set. Electrical needed to push a 400 lb. setup.
Any help would be great.
Volker Jung responded with his setup: http://www.cad-jung-shop.de/epages/6...ectID=24532970
However if he's using a Jetcat then I would assume it's not electric, and the rig complexities are still present. Excellent power though.
|Jan 25, 2011, 07:55 AM|
Wow, that's quite a load. I would see if somebody here could help you: http://www.rcgroups.com/power-systems-13/
You might contact DraganFly, too: http://www.draganfly.com/uav-helicopter/draganflyer-x6/
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