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Micro DC-3 Dakota featuring retracts, flap and lights

Discussion in 'R/C Videos and Pictures' started by dominicm, Oct 30, 2020.

  1. dominicm

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    The Michelangelo of Depron, Jürgen Schönle, is back with another of his amazing one off scratch built creations. These micro RC aircraft take significant effort to build. Jurgen told me that some of the individual parts can take 10 attempts to create because the 0.2mm depron material used is so fragile. For that reason it is not possible to mass produce these RC aircraft or supply kits. Just enjoy this DC-3 fly in the hands of its ingenious designer and builder. Details from Jürgen. The motors are from E-flite UMX B-17, 8 channel Deltang receiver, retracts self made, elevator linear servo 1.5g from Spektrum and 1.7g servo for aileron. Light system was made by Jürgen. Filmed by me at Leipzig Modell-Hobby-Spiel Trade Fair.

     
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  2. Simply amazing. Mikey like.
     
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    Agree.
     
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  4. AKNick

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    Very Neat indeed! I couldn't help but notice there is an ATR42/72 back there @dominicm any shots of that?
     
  5. dominicm

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    Here I think...
     
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    So neat. Not ATRs though! Just amazes me watching these things fly inside a building... just amazing. Wonder if any if these guys show how they do it. They have to be incredibly light
     
  7. seriously! That is what I am wondering! I would love to know how these are built!
     
  8. dominicm

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    I'm trying to coerce Jurgen into doing a video on that exact subject. Proving difficult but I will persist!
     
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