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Old 10-05-2018, 12:05 PM
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Default Airliner B777-200

This is project of scale Boeing 777-200 3.1m wingspan.
Full composites construction based on my 3D CAD model.







Maiden flight was on strong wind.

Better weather

Two JetCat P-100 installed. Overpower, engines reduced to 80N of thrust each. Now trying to change engines to KingTech K85. Will be lighter.
On this plane I use S.Bus servos and construct all onboard equipment on S.Bus.
21 servos and 12 channels used.
And no huge wires…. This is RoyalSRS with 21 servos and 12 channels


Very useful system. Recommend.
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Old 10-05-2018, 04:38 PM
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Very NICE !
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Very nice congrats!!!
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Excellent Job! I had been following your other forum of the build! Glad to see that you have it done and successfully flying. Kind of funny how here in the US, some of us don't think that you have the freedoms to do stuff like this and the hobby.
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Originally Posted by RCFlyerDan View Post
Kind of funny how here in the US, some of us don't think that you have the freedoms to do stuff like this and the hobby.
tell them, that we are OK and can making some RC toys )))))
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also Russian RC toys
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And this is Russian toys

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Some 3D working of wing and flaps


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Awesome project. I really love how you designed the wing and flap system. Great work. Thanks for sharing.
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RC Airliner:

I am curious if you have thought about an actuator servo or an electric retract servo for the auger screw affect for the flaps? As they use auger screws on the full scale?
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I did
but actuators heavie then servos, and when you using actuators you have only two positions: start and end (on flaps cruise and landing, not take-off).
some problem with control box for flaps actuators).
using servos is a simple way for me
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what is the price on a complete kit .? with flaps, slates and gear
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Originally Posted by scottkieper View Post
what is the price on a complete kit .? with flaps, slates and gear
same as similar by size kit’s of other producers: CARF, BVM and other. Will send you details to PM
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4K picture of RC airliner inside structures. You can download
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will not let me open the pics
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Originally Posted by scottkieper View Post
will not let me open the pics
download it and open. It is 30 Mb size, so big to open online
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