Recent Attachments for bujora
Another angle on the barges
Siret river, with Christmas shopping feaver in Galati main shopping center !
Barges "parked" in the middle of the river, waiting to be loaded/unloaded in Galati
Galati downstream view
Ferry crossing in Braila
The male on the wing
Female in the central section. Central magnet,under the film, left of the connector.
V2, with increased sweep back and 2.5 deg. twist.
A lot of space !
The brake deploied at this angle is almost too much to compensate with the elevons. Now I use it somewhere in the area of 60 deg.
Central hatch for camera and FPV equipment.
Some may say it's a big one ! :)
Blended body wing. Camera facing forward.
Magneto wing.Camera facing sideways.
1m span canard. Elevator servo buried in the canard to avoid landing damage.
Father on the fuselage.
Mother glued on the wing
3 separate compartments for the fuse and the two half wings
Maybe will fit in a box at the end !
2834/12 roxxi with 11x6 folding prop
Same soil problems in a different place, a sunflower field
Soil problems in a wheat field.
View toward N. You can see the Danube turn at the N end of town
Fertile farming land across the Danube
This is what I always carry in the back seat of my car...just in case !
Camera trigger servo "buried"and glued. Camera comes in and out without any need to hook-unhook the servo .
Camera comes in front of the battery. Only the ESC is left outside for cooling . The two halfs come together using two carbon rods.
1986 edition of Andy Lennon book.
3mm coroplast on the vertical fin is solid enough to work as landing gear
The two wood spars combined with the camera mount keeps the fuselage rigid.
Coroplast elevators on the canard with hinge tape. It can take a lot of abuse on landing without any damage. Next step will be to cover all the camera area of the fuselage with moulded plastic cover.
Low CG with no vertical stabilizer. Except for the relative fast landings in low wind conditions, it is a great bird to fly !
Wood spar on a flat bottomed foil.
The aileron is also made out of a factory shaped balsa trailing edge. For a simple, fast building test platform you simply design the foil around the leading edge and the trailing edge balsa.
Looks good and flies even better!
Ready to fly. Intended to have equal skids but the wire pieces I had were only enough for this. Proved to be enough for today's landings
NACA 9619-63 with a 240 mm chord. Did not tested the slats in flight yet. Foam injected in balsa sheet shell. The slats were not tested in flight yet.
2.3 kg model. At 18 km/h wind the model will float with 0 ground speed. Very unstable at this weight. V-tail is a real asset !
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