|Dec 24, 2001, 02:55 AM|
Here is some of my helis, the one on the top left , is my voyager , she is getting a facelift , all new carbon frame and digital jr 368 servos to go along with the new aluminum blades , the one on the right , is the floater, the concept , good heli ,
Bottom left , is my winter project , its a F1-60 carbon max gas conversion to electric, drivetrain is the aveox 1817 3y , with a schuzts 35ho esc , and 225 servos , and 30 1700 scr batteries,
and my little hornet , that will be getting a face lift soon , the hacker , schluzes 20 ho esc , cp head , is on the way , in the mail that is , as soon as a friend makes the cp blades and oneway , tail slider and something else , I thing , I will be set , but its christmas , and Im not going to push him , and Im waiting on a metal swashplate too ,
|Dec 24, 2001, 07:24 AM|
Mines up there on the left - the only electric left in the fleet, but it will definately always stay.
Shhhhh, don't mention the gassers in here
|Dec 24, 2001, 09:52 PM|
Ok, let me try and post an image for the first time. I hope it shows!
Here is a picture of my Eco8 with training gears. It's setup: Phasor 30/3 motor w/ Jeti ESC, HS-81 servos, 8 cell 3000 NiMH pack, Ikarus micro gyro, Hitec Eclipse 7 transmitter and a 23 tooth pinion.
I'm still trying to learn forward flight with it. It's kind of hard to make the turns since it's not a plane. I can manage to hover it, but I still need practice. so far I have about 15 flights with it. Only one little "incident", where the blade hit the ground.. I only had to replace the main rotor shaft (bent).
|Dec 25, 2001, 04:15 PM|
Of the numerous Micro, sub Micro helicopters I've designed, the House FLY, World's First Real Sub-Micro at the left, is the one I am flying these days.
Although I think helis look much more realistic flown upright as real helis were intented, the main reason I included the inverted photos of this FP House FLY sub micro heli
( see Inverted House FLY Post) no reason to repost here,
is to show that you do not need fancy mechanics to fly a heli inverted, just a bit of creativity. But I've also cautioned that flying inverted is not simple as it looks.
Flying inverted as shown is not exclusive to the House FLY. There is no magic in this if you rearrange the mechanics and use common sense.
You asked, I am showing you my brand new sub-micro chopper.
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