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12-08-2004 09:02 AM  13 years agoPost 81
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Just been on the henselete site - the manual is now available in English.

Nick T

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12-08-2004 10:15 AM  13 years agoPost 82
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Bloody typical
Just finished building mine

Is it just me or are some of the parts over engineered/ too heavy? I'm thinking of the great chunks of metal like the belt pulley guides etc.

I know Jan is a genius but it seems he's gone through hoops to restrict servo size "to save weight" then put in massive slabs of metal elsewhere.

He could even have used .... pla£stic .... ooh wash my mouth out

Paul

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12-08-2004 11:45 AM  13 years agoPost 83
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Reesy

I like the metal, overall the thing is light for its size - plastic on the pully guides would have negated the benefit of grounding the belt - could have removed a bit more metal though as your servo point is a good one!

Overall its a superb bit of kit - what main battery are you settling on and will you use a bec or rx battery?

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12-08-2004 12:04 PM  13 years agoPost 84
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Hi Nick
Motor combo is Jazz 55-10-32 and Tango 45-07 and 11T

I'm hoping Gary can fix me up with some 10S1P of the new TP 3200's (ah the power of blackmail ) but will try to get it in the air with my current 8S2P Gen1 pack out of my logo .. KC gives a HS of about 27 so it should be nice n quiet.

Only prob is the tail servo .. really would prefer to boom mount a regular 9254/9253 size but not sure. what is everyone else doing?

Also can someone explain the bit in the manual about grounding the tail boom, how do you measure that?

I agree it's an awesome kit

Anyone wanna buy 6 blinged out heli's?

Paul

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12-08-2004 02:11 PM  13 years agoPost 85
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Just been on the henselete site - the manual is now available in English.
Where did you see this?

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12-08-2004 02:15 PM  13 years agoPost 86
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Reesy,

On the NT you ground the tailboom by roughing up the end of the boom a little with wet n dry.. this gives a good electrical connection through the bulkhead to the rest of the body. You need to check for low electrical resistance between the tail end and the front end (just a few Ohms maximum). This should help prevent static on the belt. Use a multimeter to do this.

PS. nowt wrong with metal if it's a lighweight alloy.. sometimes this can be lighter than plastic

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12-08-2004 02:15 PM  13 years agoPost 87
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http://www.henseleit-helicopters.com -> click british flag -> click on Three Dee MP -> click on manual (top right)

or directly

http://www.henseleit-helicopters.de...lish-manual.pdf

Holger

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12-08-2004 02:56 PM  13 years agoPost 88
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That appears to be the manual for the 3d NT not the MP. They are different machines.

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12-08-2004 03:37 PM  13 years agoPost 89
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Quick question

Do you get the voltz servos in the kit ?

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12-08-2004 03:42 PM  13 years agoPost 90
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Darren

I got the voltz servos as part of the 3dmp deal done by Revolution.

Ronan

The 3dmp is on the site in English - the lipo translation is as yet (this am anyway) unposted.

Really cant decide on batteries - Revo will sell 10s5p by Flight power at £325 and jan the do it yourself version at 395 Euro (410 including postage) which is just over £283 - so about £40 saving but no back up warranty - decisions decisions.

Nick t

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12-09-2004 12:40 AM  13 years agoPost 91
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3D-MP flown INDOOR !!!!!
(piroflips, tictocs, inverted, ....)

Video 3D-MP indoor smaller quality 6MB Version

Video 3D-MP indoor better quality 20MB

both same videos... but different compressions...

more videos here

very impressive...

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12-09-2004 01:22 AM  13 years agoPost 92
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Hi

A question for you guys with a built MP in front of you: if you hold the chassis below the main gear, and try to move the head from side to side, is there any flex? Does the main gear move at all? I am curious how rigid the upper structure is given that it is not supported in front of the main gear.

Thanks,
Gib

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12-09-2004 08:42 AM  13 years agoPost 93
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It does not flex, and the gear mesh is solid even under maximum load.

Remember there is a hollow 10mm main shaft with 3 oversized ball bearings, giving the whole thing stability. There is little load on the chassis anyway.

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12-09-2004 03:49 PM  13 years agoPost 94
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While you guys are talking about your batteries..

If you haven't spotted this thread... be careful with your shiny new 3DMP..

Ouch!

http://www.runryder.com/helicopter/t145370p1/

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