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 Post subject: Yak 3B 1/6 escala - Rio de Janeiro
PostPosted: Wed Mar 11, 2009 9:18 pm 
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Friends,

This is my model Yak 3B of 1/6 of scale that will use U/Tronics with our friend's 7 channels Clancy. This is one of his/her old pictures, he is earlier than that, as soon as I can, I renew the pictures.

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 Post subject: Re: Yak 3B 1/6 escala - Rio de Janeiro
PostPosted: Thu Mar 12, 2009 9:12 am 
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Beto
It looks good this far. Get it finished and flying.

I tried to reply to your post but I am not sure it went through so I will try to say it again.

I read the information on your web site and it looks correct.

I just finished a Ringmaster Trainer with my U/Tronics Single Channel for throttle control. There are pictures in the Album section and build comments in the How to build a Something section of the http://www.brotherhoodofthering.info web site.

I will try to attach a picture here,
Clancy


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 Post subject: Re: Yak 3B 1/6 escala - Rio de Janeiro
PostPosted: Thu Mar 12, 2009 7:21 pm 
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How exactly does this U-Tronics System work? Are inputs sent thru the control cables?

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 Post subject: Re: Yak 3B 1/6 escala - Rio de Janeiro
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The U/Tronics Control units are designed to comply with the AMA equirements that the control be through the flying lines.

The Single channel unit normally mounts in the model and a potentiometer is mounted at the handle to adjust the pulse width thereby controlling the position of the servo arm.

The Multi channel system includes an Encoder in the handle to generate the pulse stream (like an analog RC transmitter) and these are carried through the lines to the Decoder (like the receiver) in the model. The big difference is that no RF is generated or broadcast so no interference problems.

The lines in both cases needs to be insulated. We build the model with a nylon or fiberglass bellcrank and the handle must not short the lines together. I use a small piece of fiberglass plate to make an insulator.

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 Post subject: Re: Yak 3B 1/6 escala - Rio de Janeiro
PostPosted: Fri Mar 13, 2009 9:04 pm 
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Clancyarnold wrote:
Beto
It looks good this far. Get it finished and flying.

I tried to reply to your post but I am not sure it went through so I will try to say it again.

I read the information on your web site and it looks correct.

I just finished a Ringmaster Trainer with my U/Tronics Single Channel for throttle control. There are pictures in the Album section and build comments in the How to build a Something section of the http://www.brotherhoodofthering.info web site.

I will try to attach a picture here,
Clancy


Clancy

I am happy in knowing that it is everything well with you and it is still preparing innovations with U/Tronics. My model is already much earlier than these pictures, besides already I bought the mechanism of the retractable train and they are just lacking the servant for her operation and the other ones for the motor and the flaps under the wing.

I hope to put more pictures soon of him so that all can see how is being!!!

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 Post subject: Re: Yak 3B 1/6 escala - Rio de Janeiro
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These pictures are of the flaps under the wing and of the carenado of the motor already with the screen for painting. This screen is to give a gotten better in the open holes, in other words, to seem that they are closed from a distance.


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 Post subject: Re: Yak 3B 1/6 escala - Rio de Janeiro
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+ 1 image


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 Post subject: Re: Yak 3B 1/6 escala - Rio de Janeiro
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are the rivets made with little drops of glue?

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 Post subject: Re: Yak 3B 1/6 escala - Rio de Janeiro
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C-Lcarlisle wrote:
are the rivets made with little drops of glue?


Frank,

Raise are them done with a glue that is sold for here of the mark Acrilex, is called of dimensional glue in the metallic color. It is also known as paint relief (painting relieve).

I will take a picture of the tube and to post so that they can know the product better. Now an observation: the glue by itself, is a little thickens and he leaves that famous sharp tip, it is necessary to give a diluted in her, but the manufacturer says that he doesn't have the diluent for that.

This secret is so "professional" that I prefer not to count here, RS, RS, RS...

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 Post subject: Re: Yak 3B 1/6 escala - Rio de Janeiro
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A few fellows at RCCD build very nice scale models. I asked about the rivets. They never mentioned diluting it.

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 Post subject: Re: Yak 3B 1/6 escala - Rio de Janeiro
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C-Lcarlisle wrote:
A few fellows at RCCD build very nice scale models. I asked about the rivets. They never mentioned diluting it.


Friend Frank,

As I said, this is my experience and he is giving right. I already saw raise of pins, drawn, but I am testing this glue in this model.

The true test will be after the painting, one won't react with the paint, she won't unstick with easiness, etc...

Now my largest difficulty is in finds helixes scale, of those of P47, Bearcat, etc..., if you know somebody to manufacture them and sale for the internet, please happen the link.

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helixes :?: please explain.

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 Post subject: Re: Yak 3B 1/6 escala - Rio de Janeiro
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C-Lcarlisle wrote:
helixes :?: please explain.


Sorry, props...


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I make the Scale Show props for my scale models. I use standard props to fly with.

The Scale props on my P-38 were made from Grish nylon props cut down and glued to turned hardwood spinners. The nice thing about the Grish props were that they were made in normal (tractor) and reverse (pusher) in the same style. The P-38 right engine turns clockwise and the left engine turns anti clockwise. See picture.

Clancy


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 Post subject: Re: Yak 3B 1/6 escala - Rio de Janeiro
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Clancyarnold wrote:
Beto
I make the Scale Show props for my scale models. I use standard props to fly with.

The Scale props on my P-38 were made from Grish nylon props cut down and glued to turned hardwood spinners. The nice thing about the Grish props were that they were made in normal (tractor) and reverse (pusher) in the same style. The P-38 right engine turns clockwise and the left engine turns anti clockwise. See picture.

Clancy


Clancy

The props that I refer are me those that she has her metal cube, with real details for static same. They don't use the common spinners.

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