mm-phot.htm; updated: 17 June 2002


MicroMag: Photo album

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The DeLite 14.1 gram

The Micro actuators on the DeLite

Frank Bremer his model, controlled with only the motors

Here another view of Frank his model

Paul van der Vleuten Belgium Build this nice scale model

A Phantasy model inspired on the IMA Flutterby for MicroMag

Willem Bravenboer his own Flutterby in a big 80 cm version,
yes: a waterstart at just 4 Sanyo 50 mAh cells

The Tri-X, 21 gram and 18 cm span by Rick Ruijsink
Flies now like a dream on the new 3.5 gram
LithiumPolymer cell

Here a close-up of the motor. Plans for the Tri-X are downloadable here.
The plans are very schematic but good enough for an good modeller.
Use GIF files
side.gif and top.gif or DXF files side.dxf and top.dxf.
Click to open in your browser and right click to download.

Profile Scale Cessna BirdDog of Mike Watters

The "engine room" of the BirdDog
Download a plan for the Cessna BirdDog in AutoCAD Vs14 format here

An enlarged EZB by Mike Watters flies on CO

ASTRO FLIGHT Micro Whatt Meter is a very good investment.
You can analyse all your electric motors and batteries from the MicroMag size upto Speed 400.
Use the standard Whatt Meter for higher powers.
The standard Whatt and Micro-Whatt Meter are self powered, and work down to about 4 Volts.
To allow the use at lower voltages I have added 5 GP 80 mAh cells to power the meter.
Here is some info on my changes, more details can be found on the website of
Gordon Johnson.




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