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Atlas R45 test

17.3k Benny3053  9 months ago
Auto Credit Based on Benny3053's DreamJet mk.6 g

This plane is just a test. This time I used fuselage blocks to create a round leading edge/airfoil. I have to admit that I was a bit sceptical about the look, weight and drag but in the end it turned out pretty good. I personally like my aircrafts with the normal "default" wings. Now I need your opinion. Do you like these wings or the ones that I used for my other aircrafts?


Note that this is just a proof of concept and not as detailed as my other planes!

General Characteristics

  • Predecessor DreamJet mk.6 g
  • Successors 2 airplane(s)
  • Created On Android
  • Wingspan 74.9ft (22.8m)
  • Length 86.1ft (26.2m)
  • Height 19.3ft (5.9m)
  • Empty Weight 51,065lbs (23,162kg)
  • Loaded Weight 64,618lbs (29,310kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 2.086
  • Wing Loading 108.0lbs/ft2 (527.2kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 598.4ft2 (55.6m2)
  • Drag Points 12205

Parts

  • Number of Parts 210
  • Control Surfaces 11
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    417 GreatGuy

    thanks
    @Benny3053

    9 months ago
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    17.3k Benny3053

    @GreatGuy of course you can! No need to ask for permission :)

    9 months ago
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    417 GreatGuy

    oh could i just rip the landing gear off just wanted to ask for permission@Benny3053

    9 months ago
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    17.3k Benny3053

    @GreatGuy it's a bit tricky to explain for me but used a hinge rotator with speed set to min. so it will freely move. I would suggest you to take a closer look at my landing gear. Then you will understand what I mean.

    +1 9 months ago
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    417 GreatGuy

    personally i like all your aircraft ALOT but all i want to know is HOW GET THAT NOICE GEAR TILT

    9 months ago
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    Looks good I did the opposite on the genX I made normal wings instead of use fuselage blocks

    9 months ago