NEW RC-PROJECT Angry Bird Egg 580mm

Here is a build thread on the Angry Bird Egg 580mm yellow SUPER COMBO (KIT).

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Angry Bird Egg 580mm

Hello everyone. My name is Sergey Maseta and I want to introduce my product to you. I created a company and currently produce aircraft models. My website: www.rc-project.com By the way, I am also an engineer and develop some industrial equipment. Well, this does not concern this topic. Maybe I'll show you something later ...

This topic will be about a very interesting aircraft model. It is a new product and few people are familiar with it. I developed this model and conducted all the necessary tests. At the moment, these models are produced by my small enterprise and anyone can buy them.

In this topic I will show the process of assembly and configuration of the model: Angry Bird Egg 580mm yellow SUPER COMBO (KIT) link: https://tower-foam.com/index.php?rou...product_id=243

In this review, I am using a super combo kit.

The kit includes:

It is also necessary to have for assembly:

Let's get down to the assembly model...

Last edited by Jim T. Graham; Apr 29, 2020 at 09:39 AM..
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Apr 25, 2020, 11:15 AM
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1. Unpacking.
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2. We remove the accessories with the help of an office knife.
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3. On a flat table, we install a lining and place the fuselage for gluing.
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Using a ruler, we make a small slot for the side member on the back of the wing.
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Apr 27, 2020, 10:59 AM
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Apply UHU Por glue to the wing end in the areas where two parts are glued together.
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We connect the two parts of the wing and apply glue at the installation site of the spar.
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We set the spar and we coat it with glue on top.
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4. I glue the beak with glue and glue it with the wing.
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5. Uses super glue (cyanoacrylate) with activator. We glue only with this glue, since we need hard bonding.
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I use the activator.
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6. Set the rocker of the servo in the neutral position and set the servos in the wings.
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I fix the servos with glue. Using glue UHU Por.
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7. I set the traction of the servos.
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8. I put glue and install the lower part of the model.
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It is necessary to glue the glue around the perimeter. All details models.
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9. I fix the thrust of the wings.
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Apr 27, 2020, 12:50 PM
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it was brilliant to make the wings flap. It flies and hovers very well.
Apr 27, 2020, 01:31 PM
That's what I wanted it to do
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It's a must-have in my collection!
Apr 29, 2020, 05:17 AM
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We continue....

10. I fasten the motor. I use cogs from servos. I also install the air screw that comes with the kit.
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11. Apply glue and install the motor.
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12. I use glue and install the back of the model. I fix with pins until completely dry.
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13. Next, I attach the tail and the crest of the model. You also need to install a servo and traction.
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14. I glue the rest of the parts.
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Glue where necessary.
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Apr 29, 2020, 10:56 AM
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Love it! So Cool!!!
Apr 29, 2020, 05:39 PM
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So what activates the wing servo to do the flapping?
Apr 29, 2020, 06:40 PM
That's what I wanted it to do
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This widget.

So you can get one and make whatever you want to flap.
Apr 30, 2020, 02:34 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by pfaudette
So what activates the wing servo to do the flapping?
This controller allows you to do this: https://tower-foam.com/index.php?rou...product_id=245
Apr 30, 2020, 08:12 AM
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OK, you got me. I first saw it and thought it was cute, then the wings started flapping in the video and I laughed. Just placed an order. That it great.
Apr 30, 2020, 09:31 AM
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Friend, thank you for rating!
Apr 30, 2020, 10:03 AM
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Moving on ....

15. I use Velcro.
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16. Connect the controller for the wings. There signed what and where to connect.
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17. Glue Velcro to fix the battery on the beak.
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18. I turn on the power and set everything to zero. This is done as shown in the photo.
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19. I lay the wires like that. Pay attention to the location of the receiver! It is important.
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20. Regarding the settings of the transmitter. Set the type of wing on the transmitter "flying wing"
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21. I make the settings.
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22. Rudder.
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23. Menu "D / R - Expo" We do as in the photo.
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24. Now the most important thing. You need to install the mix as shown in the photo.

Important: The fact is that the motor setup of this model has significant traction which is more than 2 times of the model's weight. For this reason the traction with this specific fuselage design has significant influence. This can be noted as model tends to lift nose up when at at maximum throttle.
Thus it is necessary to set the “throttle stick” mix to the “elevator” around to 7%. The photo below shows how it should look on the Spektrum dx8 transmitter.
Using this setting allows you to compensate for all the unwanted tends and ensure a straight-line flight of the model at any positions of the throttle stick.
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Assembly completed. If the weather is fine, I’ll shoot a couple of videos about this model on the weekend.
It will be interesting.
If you have any questions you can ask me them.
Thanks!
May 01, 2020, 04:06 PM
Crazy Canuck
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Love the flapping wings.....what a novel idea.....price is right may wnt to get one just to chase pigeons around good job on the build and excellent details.
funny as heck too.
May 01, 2020, 10:32 PM
WITCH HUNTER EXTRAORDINAIRE
So kool!!


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