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garry

FPV hobby

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I cut a wing from a penoplex with a gravitational foam cutter built using video kompmen1, the cutting is smooth and correct, which was not possible to achieve by hand. The wing profiles were built and printed in the program Profili2 , only it was paid.

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Five Zephyrs flying in formation

 

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For that, are there plans to execute?

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This wing is sharpened with minimal reflection of the radio beam, the rest is not very. Under this link, the drawing is a small wing with a simple manufacture.

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My friend, the model in your photo is a wing made in the factory, it is on sale for a bangood. I did not see any drawings for self-construction.

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And then this wing would be the best?

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At Garry's request, I designed that panel antenna for the 1.16GHz frequency...

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All lovers of this hobby are looking forward to drawing, this outstanding antenna. :)

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Drawing for lovers of this hobby with the specification that the biloop dimensions are the earlier ones...!!!

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The lowered version  UWB (1.02----1.23 GHz)

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Skyfun,how does it go ??

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with the engine placed more behind...

 

 

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This is a high-speed model. It is designed for a fast flight. In front there is a running battery. It is connected via wires and a special connector with a speed regulator that controls the engine in accordance with the signal from the radio receiver with the antenna. A little behind the receiver is likely stabilization systems with a GPS module.

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The engine on a flying wing is usually put from behind and is pushing. This makes it possible to get the correct center of gravity of the model. The center of gravity is regulated by the position of the battery. It also allows for the model to exclude the entry into the frame of the camera, the propeller of the propulsion system.

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Garry, what do you think of that...???

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6 minutes ago, Admin said:

Garry, what do you think of that...???

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This toy simulates a FPV aircraft. Her device does not allow you to fully control the model, the flight time is very short. The model is small, the video from its side will be terrible, the small models are not stable in the air.

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When you do not have a FPV model .........

 

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,,,, for those who do not like dielectric spacers...

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Okay,but this it's the gift-antenna for Garry...!!!

 

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