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Old 11-09-2010, 03:29 PM
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Hello, i've seen some years ago in one on my magazine, a prop manufacturer which made multiblade prop in plastic whith a metal hub. I don't remember their name at all .. it's not soloprop i think it's a german manufacturer.. Can you help me please?
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Check the classic pattern section; do a search there. There are a couple of threads in that section.
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Ramoser Varioprop
  • 2, 3, 4, 5 blade adjustable pitch props
  • Righthanded or lefthanded
    (note that CW/CCW and pusher/puller are not prop properties)
  • Scale blades and adjustable folder hubs too
  • 5,1" to 31,3" prop diameter
  • Electric and IC versions
  • Replacement per blade, not per prop
Either direct order or e.g. via www.aircraft-world.com
See
www.varioprop.de/home_e/retailer/retailer.html

Review, 5 pages
Quiet & Electric Flight Magazine (01/2006)


Note that changes in setup can have surprisingly considerable/huge effects.
Always check current in a new/changed setup!
Motorcurrent drawn is proportional to pitch¹, voltage², Kv³ and diameter⁴.
Power-drawn is proportional to #blades, pitch¹, voltage³, Kv³ and diameter⁴.
E.g. doubling voltage will four(2²)fold current, doubling Kv will eight(2³)fold current and doubling prop diameter will sixteen(2⁴)fold current.

Demonstration by an RCG member

Introduction by Christian Ramoser, shapes and sizes









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