|Jun 19, 2006, 01:51 PM|
Four Microfan Vulcan
Inspired by the work of Jetset44 (Steve) & having built two F-15`s & two Grippens I thought I would try to make a four jet Vulcan the same size as my 72" Axi pusher but handlaunched.Thanks to Bob Partingtons amazing handlaunch it has successfully flown. I will post pics of the build.
|Jun 19, 2006, 02:32 PM|
All 5mm Depron.
4Lb All up weight. 2Lb airframe 1Lb 4brushless microfans. 1lb 3s1p 3200 Kokam
Wing Loading 7Ozs/Sq Ft
Total thrust 32 Ozs
Total Current 40 Amps
One Kontronic Jaz 80 E.S.C. (with B.E.C.) controls all four fans perfectly.
Build in 5 parts Central Fuselage Wings Nose Tail
Microfans would give the scale jetpipe size at 72" span.
|Jun 19, 2006, 02:46 PM|
I Used the same plans as for my pusher from Paul Telco of South Herts Models. These are for a 60 Pusher I just modified the build to suit Depron & used the bulkheads Ribs & General outlines.
I started by cutting a building base which runs through the wing root centre line. I then built the upper part on this lightening as I went.
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