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Modèles de Ptérosaures volants RadioCommandés (R/C).(Sculpteur Vivian Bock)

Ces modèles volants à fort réalisme s'adressent aux collectionneurs, amoureux des dinosaures volants ,décorateurs, musées,etc...
ainsi qu'aux modélistes ayant une certaine expérience des planeurs R/C.,et à la recherche de machines volantes insolites.

Caractéristiques:

Construction fibre de carbone , Kevlar et fibre de verre.
Fabrication manuelle.
Livrés entièrement peints à la main..Chaque modèle est donc personnalisé et unique.
Reconstruction fidèle basée sur le fossile correspondant.
Disponible dans des tailles de 1m à 3,4m envergure!
Délais de fabrication : 6 Semaines.

Frais de Port : Nous contacter.

Eudimorphodon
1000mm
700mmm
200g
300€

Dimorphodon

Vol avec Vent de 50Km/h

6.Mo/Mpeg

1400mmm
1000mm
400g
350€
1780mm
1110mm
460g
400€

1750mm
1130mm
600g
450€

 

Tapejara
1500mm
620mm
380g
380€
 
Phobetor
1550mm
760mm
370g
380€
3400mm
1170mm
1800g
1300€

Pteranodon

Vol avec Vent de 50Km/h

9Mo/Mpeg

2250mm
950mm
500g
400€
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Pteranodon

Vol avec Vent de 50Km/h

9Mo/Mpeg

2250mm
950mm
500g
400€
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2200mm
-
550g
400€

 

 

   

Reconstruction fidèle de la tête de l'Ornithocheirus , basée sur le fossile correspondant.

Prix 1300 Euros

délais fabrication : 4 semaines

Pteranodon - Building instructions:

Make the slits in the body sides long enough to allow the set in of the
wings without spreading and bend the parts using a hairdryer warming them up
until a best and tight fitting is achieved.

Get in the bended joiner wire into one wing first.

Then glue in one wing properly using CA glue only slightly at a few points.

Set in the other wing, meeting the joiner in and measure all for a best
possible symmetric position of both wings with a zero dihedral.

Glue in with CA glue and afterwards with epoxy from inside and fill all gaps
properly with using microbaloons and epoxy.

Glue in the joiner with CA in final position.

Lead in the pull pull cables, 2 in each wing.

Fit in a servoplate (3-4 mm plywood sheet) and glue in with two servos. (it
is easier when you part the servo plat into two halfs and glue all together
inside, with the servos on). The servo disc link must be in line with the
outcoming pull pull cables to avoid too big angles under work.

Fit in the rudderhorns in the elevons, glue them with epoxy so that they
look out in equal lengths. Connect the cables.

The way of the rudders should be max 20 ° upwards and max 10 ° downwards.

Glue steering cables into the insides of the head, close to the neck. Secure
them with kevlar or glass reinforcement sheets using epoxy.

Cut two wholes for the cables to allow them to lead into the fuse.

Glue in the hinge wire inside the head crest/neck so that the head can move
in the hinge about 20 ° each side. A little gap may remain but you can pull
over a very find stocking fabric and paint the black to make it invisible.

Lead the cables to the servo (metalgeared) and start with 10 ° move space
for each side only.

For trim flights, leave out the head, get the elevons 2 mm up and lauch
gently by hand. Get the battery in the best possible position to allow a
flat glide angle.

When the glide is flat and steerable, get the elevons almost in the neutral
position and the battery again a few millimeters back. (Careful now, only
test over soft grounds)

When the flight is flat and straight mark the CG now, get the head on and
the battery more back until CG is in the same position again. Launch again
now without steering the head.

Now get the head moving, coupled with the ailerons but only 20%. Set in a
gyro with heading position and try out the best gyro rate (about 70 %)


In case of a flat glide but with unpredictable dives or pitch stalls, the CG
is still too far behind. Get the CG more to front and lift the elevons up to
2 mm, bend the gap to neutral plane using a hairdryer.

When tip stalls occur, bend up the trailing edge at the tips.

Enjoy the flight image of a very unusual flying animal!

Enjoy the Pteranodon!

De Gauche à droite Pteranodon,Eudimorphodon, Muzquizopteryx

 

Cliquez sur la photo pour accéder à la page de Xavier_Schmid

Xavier Schmidt nous a fait parvenir une photo du Pteranodon qu'il a entrepris il y a une dizaine d'années.

 

 
   
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