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Avro Cierva C30

Seahunter

Active member
#4
El confinamiento de este terrible virus es un verdadero inconvienence. Usted ha construido un hermoso girocóptero modelo. Buen trabajo. ¿Qué tamaño de motor está instalando. Espero que vuele bien. Quédate adentro y sé seguro... Fred
 

Parramon

Active member
#5
El confinamiento de este terrible virus es un verdadero inconvienence. Usted ha construido un hermoso girocóptero modelo. Buen trabajo. ¿Qué tamaño de motor está instalando. Espero que vuele bien. Quédate adentro y sé seguro... Fred
Hi Fred:
Thanks for your compiments.
My firts idea it´s use a EMAX GT 2812/09 with 12x6 propeller and 3S Batt. When I can test it I know if my teory it´s correct.
I hope are you safe at home.
 

Parramon

Active member
#9
Felicidades muy buen modelo, hiciste tus propios planos? Buena prueba del rotor aunque ya en vuelo es totalmente diferente por el ángulo y las fuerzas que actúan en el rotor.
Muchas gracias por el cumplido Alfredo.
Si, efectivamente hice mis propios planos, pero de momento es solo un 3D. Falta desarrollar el "recortable" y esto requiere su tiempo.
Lo unico bueno del confinamiento del año pasado es que teniamos mucho tiempo.
En relacion al rotor he estado haciendo pruebas a distancia gracias a la inestimable colaboracion de Joe
Anderson.
https://www.youtube.com/user/Jockadopolus
https://www.rcgroups.com/auto-gyros-224/
Espero poder disponer de tiempo para poder concluir el modelo y que todo el mundo pueda disfrutarlo.
 

L Edge

Elite member
#10
Real nice. Are you windmilling or powering blades? You are one of the few that is trying to get one to fly.
Suggest that you track the blades to reduce vibrations.
 
#12
Real nice. Are you windmilling or powering blades? You are one of the few that is trying to get one to fly.
Suggest that you track the blades to reduce vibrations.
Hi L. Edge:
Thanks a lot for your compliments and advice. The blades run with the wind. It's a first characteristic of the gyro-planes and this permit flying and gliding.
Essentially, it runs like the wins of a plane.
The rotor and the blades of the video is the first test. I'm improving it with the great help of Joe Anderson.
https://www.youtube.com/user/Jockadopolus
https://www.rcgroups.com/auto-gyros-224/
There is a lot of easy kits for build a gyro-plane but isn't a popular plane.
In my case I hope end the challenge to build a gyro-plane with foam-board.
 
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#14
Here is mine. If you have questions, ask away. Hardest part is to fly it. Once you know what to look for, it become easy. Liftoff is tricky.

Thanks for the video. I didn't know the Otto gyro-plane.
Thanks again for your help and advice.
Actually the project is a little bit stopped. I'm waiting to have time and restart it.