|Oct 26, 2007, 01:13 AM|
Joined Jan 2001
|Nov 06, 2007, 01:54 PM|
IŽll do as told.
First, donŽt read the spelling, just what iŽm writing
A friend and IŽve tried the Morbackplans. My friend build the 4D-version (without VVP), and I build the "straight away"-version.
The drawings are very precise, and after cutting, evrything just vent together -almost without glue.........
Both planes did there maiden last sonday.
Mine flew as on tracks, a little tap on the aillerons, and a drop of nosedown.
Flyes very stable and capable of flying slow. Rolls and kniveegde are good to. Now I have to practice, practice, practice...........
Equipment installed is: A 40gr outrunner, NoName, Dymond 3,7 servos, 12 amp esc and 300mAh PoLyfly lipos (Price in Denmark, less than 10$ for a 2s-pack) AUW 172 gr.
I tested the 4D-version for my friend. Very similar flying caractaristics, but felt a bit heavy due to the huge fuselage.
IŽll try to put on a picture or two, lets see if it works. The other plane on the pictures are my second Silwas, build in two weeks. The first one took are terrible hit at the tailsektion, so a new one was recomended. It allso maidened sonday, and flyes very smooth. AUW 132gr.
|Nov 08, 2007, 12:20 AM|
Used my CAD skills if that helps- heres the dxf in AutoCad R14 format everyone should be able to read this, and pdf tiled.
|Dec 07, 2007, 09:19 AM|
Some new plans
Two actual European designs:
The biplane is a very nice Swiss design, the Devil is from Germany.
Best regards from Switzerland
|Dec 20, 2007, 04:33 PM|
Morback F3p on A4 paper
Well...then I have to do it myself....
Hopefully it will make some more european guys happy.
|Jan 11, 2008, 11:17 AM|
...as far back as you dare.......
I couldnŽt find this information anywhere, so I just started out with CG placed as on every other indoorplane.
The plane is not so critical with the location. I just trail and error
Unfortunatly my plane is burried and gone. A lightweigt depronplane vs a heavy Blade (EPP) is a bad idear
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