Disney    Designed by Ernst Disse

The Disney is a new radical design for F3P. The Disney was developed in the winter of 2010/2011 and already from the first flights it made a good impression on the pilots and judges. The model in the pictures above is the test model that was milled by hand. The production models are CNC cut so that only a thin layer of DepronAero is left. See the production pictures below.

The Disney is a bit bigger and has got more wing- (and fuselage) area then most models bit still can be build with a weight of 100-110 gram.
The low weight and large air brakes will allow for a very consistent flying speed.

Look at the video of the Prototype flown by Derk van der Vecht.


You can find the building guidelines here : Disney Instructions

The production plane as shown in the pictures below is just a bit over 100 gram (101). The following equipment was used:
- JR-188 for ailerons,
- Dymond4.7 for Elevator and Rudder
- Glavak 12gram motor,9 x 3.8 prop
- YGE4
- Hyperion 160mAh 2S
- Spectrum AR6100

Introduction Price for the milled DepronAero parts is 39,50

Required carbon, you choose yourself for
- tube (=lighter but more expensive)
- rod(=heavier but cheaper)
Used forsizeAmount
(1meter length)
Landing gear1.5 mm diameter1
Pushrod to elevetor/rudder1mm diameter2
Wing Bracing1mm diameter2
Ail, fuse, tail brace0.7 diameter6
Aileron hingeline & reenforcements3x0.13 strip1


These pictures are from the prototype-build, milling was done by hand.


The pictures below are from the production model
(Click on the images to see a larger image)


Bracing on the bottom site. Carbon tube is used in several sizes.

Note the carbon band (3x0.14) that is inserted in some tactical places. This will help to make moving parts more twist resistant.

Aileron hinge line also gets some 3x0.14 carbon.
Wing bracing is 1 x 0.7 tube, landing gear 1.5x1 tube. Rest is 0.7x0.3 tube

Paint template is included, this will help to get the distinctive cockpit painted just right!

Quick 'put together' after the paint job. Model so far weights 42 gram.

 


pull-pull used on elevator, using the MartinMuller control horn set.


But even with the light Glavak 12 grams motor, there is still room to use traditional pushrod, in this case for rudder. Using 1mm carbon tube, guided trough some supports.

All RC equipment is far forward, but still there is some room to play with the battery to adjust CG. The production plane as shown in the pictures is just a bit over 100 gram (101). The following equipment was used:
- JR-188 for ailerons,
- Dymond4.7 for Elevator and Rudder
- Glavak 12gram motor,9 x 3.8 prop
- YGE4
- Hyperion 160mAh 2S
- Spectrum Ar6100