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Mar 31, 2012, 09:44 AM
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Thanks Whatala!
I wasn't having any luck downloading them from the web site. Yours came in just fine. I printed out a tiled stack of papers at 105%. I plan to re-draw some of it and wanted the extra bit here and there the 5% will give me.

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Apr 08, 2012, 12:25 PM
kce
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46 inch flyguy


Otto, i see that the motor is reversed in the flyguy, do i need to reverse the prop or buy a pusher prop?
Apr 08, 2012, 02:52 PM
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Otto, i see that the motor is reversed in the flyguy, do i need to reverse the prop or buy a pusher prop?
No. On an outrunner motor you just reverse 2 of the 3 power leads to the ESC and it runs backwards. You also turn the standard prop around so the curved side faces forward.
Apr 09, 2012, 09:07 AM
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Greeting from the sunny Island of Malta. We have just finished our Flyguy which we painted as Robin.Thanks goes to Otto for his techincal backup support and Bob of balsabuddies for the cut out plans contribution.Hereunder is the link where all can have a view of our final bird.Footage is part of a video which was aired on our state local television on the 1st of April so excuse the Maltese language.
Thanks to all from Keith,Tony and myself Jonathan
fly guy in malta (5 min 6 sec)
Apr 09, 2012, 09:45 AM
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Originally Posted by malteser356
Greeting from the sunny Island of Malta. We have just finished our Flyguy which we painted as Robin.Thanks goes to Otto for his techincal backup support and Bob of balsabuddies for the cut out plans contribution.Hereunder is the link where all can have a view of our final bird.Footage is part of a video which was aired on our state local television on the 1st of April so excuse the Maltese language.
Thanks to all from Keith,Tony and myself Jonathan
Those colors are just beautiful in the sky. Well done. Saw a lot of loops. Have you tried any rolls? Be very high the first time. Will add video to the begining of this thread. Thanx for sharing.
Apr 09, 2012, 10:25 AM
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As some of you know I actuallly enjoy sending my kits to far flung places.
I have two going to Cote-d-Azur today. ( France )

The Guys in Malta, an island south of Sicily in the Mediteranian sea,
asked about shipping and I discovered that my packages were too large to
be sent there. So I sent them the plans instead.

Below is a copy of their reply post to me, with embedded utube Video link,
showing their very nice work and flying.

Bob
Northwest Cutout Service

Here is the post from Malta:
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Hi Bob,
Hereunder is the link to our You Tube channel(wallaby46) with the final Fly guy product.As always all this thanks to your plans contribution.
The footage is part of a film that was shot and transmitted on our Local National Station last week as part of the 1st April jokes hahah.

fly guy in malta (5 min 6 sec)



hope you enjoy seeing Robin flying around the Maltese Airspace..

Thanks once again from Me.Keith and Tony


regards
Jonathan
Apr 09, 2012, 06:40 PM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by malteser356
Greeting from the sunny Island of Malta. We have just finished our Flyguy which we painted as Robin.Thanks goes to Otto for his techincal backup support and Bob of balsabuddies for the cut out plans contribution.Hereunder is the link where all can have a view of our final bird.Footage is part of a video which was aired on our state local television on the 1st of April so excuse the Maltese language.
Thanks to all from Keith,Tony and myself Jonathan
Looks great! Does it really fly that slow or is the video slowed down? It's very smooth.
Apr 09, 2012, 07:21 PM
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Looks great! Does it really fly that slow or is the video slowed down? It's very smooth.
Pete, my 31" flys very fast compared to my 62". The 62" is smoother too and appears more graceful. The 31" is the sports car and the 62" is the family sedan.
Apr 10, 2012, 01:54 PM
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That's interesting because Dan's 31" is faster than my 23" but then again I could run more prop. I'm only running a GWS3020.
Apr 10, 2012, 09:34 PM
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My 31" will fly pretty slow too. I was pleasantly surprised to see I could slow it down as much as I do.

Danford1
Apr 10, 2012, 09:55 PM
MK
MK
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Very nice! You should really pull that antenna out on the Tx.
Apr 11, 2012, 03:55 AM
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Robin Fly Guy


This is my first time using the threads, usually I leave it to my friend Jono, so here goes: To Otto, first of all thanks for the info I requested during the building period, it was a great help. Yes the Guy does roll very well. It also flies inverted and also loops. The difficulty with this type of `plane` is in the vertical since there is no rudder to prop hang. The Flyguy is overpowered since I`m using a Turniggy D3536/6 motor 1250 Kv with around 490w. The prop is a9 x6 and can pull the flyguy verticaly from take off. The CG is 2cm back from the actual point. Regards Keith
Apr 11, 2012, 04:02 AM
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Robin flyguy


Dear Petefoss, regarding the vid of Robin, Yes it does actually fly quite slow as shown in the video. I was using only half throttle most of the time except when getting out of trouble down low. and in reply to MK no I havent forgotten to raise the antenna since I fly the Robin on 2.4ghz. Thanks anyway, Regards Keith.
Apr 11, 2012, 08:11 AM
MK
MK
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Keith, my bad! I played the video again and it looks like it's a conversion as I now see both the 2.4 GHz antenna AND the FM telescopic one. The silver "stub" was what caught my eye the first time.
Apr 11, 2012, 08:48 AM
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Robin flyguy


Yes MK. I notice that you have the Crow syndrome >>> going after silver or anything that glitters. Ha Ha. No offence taken my friend. Regards Keith.


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