7,415 Viper3000ad Comments

  • help pls 23 days ago

    Take the screenshot with print screen, edit it and add any text or Photoshop effect you like, download designer suite mod, add the picture on the orthographic function and take the final picture like you do on regular share-upload .

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  • Ultralight trike one month ago

    Oh dude, it is not bad ! It can actually fly better than most ultralights that i have seen in SP. And only with 50 parts... Good CoM , very nice try to make a funcional cockpit at your level ! I will vote and spotlight, keep up the great work

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  • Unpopular opinion 22 days ago

    In my opinion, it is polite to try the airplane and not simply vote. Also, the comment should also have something about how it flies from the aerodynamic point of view. No one asks what is the Stall Speed, ​​or how much drag it has. Let us encourage such discussions besides - thank you, very nice and cool...
    I will vote for it so that other people can see it and also express themselves

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  • No More Featured Posts? one month ago

    We are still waiting the winners of @EternalDarkens challenge or did we had someone and i lost it?

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  • Winners of the Water and Air Challenge 2 months ago

    Congrats it was fun !

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  • Can Someone Please Specify What the Electric SP Tag Means/Includes? 2 months ago

    Weĺl to be honest, I also think that planes that are tagged as electric should have alternative means of propulsion without gas. Because where else can you tagg them? You can build a electric jet with rotators and honestly It will be faster to a plane with a normal jet engine. And yes stol n thunder it's not really electric by this definition.

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  • Macchi M.C.200 Saetta 2 months ago

    For the lovers of history, this was a fantastic plane that bravely fought in the Balkans. Italy had a clear overpower, and the only pursuers that were almost equal to it were 9 Greek Bloch MB.151. If you like more authenticity i made some screenshots with a Greek PZL P24...

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  • Monster Twin Sixteen 3 months ago

    No way ! You made this ? Fantastic and only 1 upvote. What goes wrong with these people? And the lights...wow. Great work, how i get it started?

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  • You will only partially regret clicking this(Teaser) 4 days ago

    So... no main theme, right? I am joking all of them are great !
    How many parts so far for the harrier? Νotify me when it's ready

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  • Puffin-Urban Transportation 6 days ago

    @Keml Yes i know, in Athens we have 41 degrees Celsius. Well we need more time in the beach !

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  • Just 103 Solo-X 25 days ago

    To build something very fast is easy-even briks can fly with a rocket motor, but to make a stable aircraft at 78mph that needs skills ! I LOVE the ultralight category and you my friend have made, again ,a very good representative ! Congratulations

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  • PZL-Mielec M-18 Agricultural Aircraft [TEASER] 27 days ago

    I have something for your research. A video from Kalamata in Greece. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SnQ5ndeNSL4.

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  • Mechanical bird ornithopter 28 days ago

    Fantastic creation ! It became one of my vavorites
    The mechanism is similar to the one that moves the diplopters (bees etc.). It's really well made. The feet are magnificent, could be also a spring for take off. Could you give me some flight instructions? Ηow do you imagine it flying better?

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  • Nostalgia 2 months ago

    @ChiyomiAnzai let's say that I am old enough to understand the difference between nostalgia and a meme. 😛😎

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  • 'Quora' MF-1 Talos 2 months ago

    Low part count ? Until now my heavier build had 230 parts....

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  • Anisoptera I 2 months ago

    @spefyjerbf Yes, when they move vertical it is logical to change the air speed (and pressure) on each side of the wing. But when the move horizontally? Also i believe that thrust has an another algorithm in SP for calculate, because circular movement in the wings does not produce thrust in the Y axis. Anyway fantastic idea ! I declare fan of your work :-)

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  • Figured out a way to see into the past 2 months ago

    @ChiyomiAnzai Well there are distortions in the light, and if you go far enough, probably you may not have a return at all . Remember light is made by photons and they are subject to the the same forces of gravity like any other particles. Just a thought...

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  • Electromagnetic Airplane! 2 months ago

    In fact, here we have a very interesting constant speed engine with a hydraulic variable pitch. Indeed it works well enough and perhaps in my humble opinion it did not even need the control surface on the propeller, but the sound is quite difficult to hear for quite some time.
    Congratulations on completing the integration, I could ask why do you think that when flying it keeps so high speed with so low rotations?

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  • Story Writing Contest/Challenge 2 months ago

    Yuri Gararin
    The geopolitical post-Cold War controversy continues to expand as America tries to eliminate the trade isolation that has led Asia's population and technological development. Its policy is to stop China's commercial development and cooperation with Russia by removing the trade routes that extend into Europe. On the land, more and more Warsaw Pact countries are now controlled by the West, and in sea, America controls the northern Pacific Ocean and the exit to the sea of ​​Japan. Population boom in India combined with technology diffusion across the planet, clearly transfered the trade balance in the east. But unfortunately without the control of commercial roads, America would be skimming any growth.
    After the fall of communism and the bankruptcy of Russia, the situation has changed a lot, its GDP with gas sales has grown eightfold and its obsolete arsenal is radicalized. Secret contacts started with China and India, belonging to the countries most affected by American invasion, and a change of strategy is decided. America's dominance in trade is clearly due to its overpowering in the Sea and Air.In order to change this situation, drastic measures have to be taken, so far the strategy was the offshore war with the infiltration of large formations with nuclears, but they had to go to the next stage to create a large flying base, that could directly control an area key to world trade...the Malaysian Straits !
    In Europe a country had begun to take the scepter from the declining Germany, France, which was developing an innovative industry based on rare earths that China had to a large extent, so it could not be left unpaid. Although it did not directly contradict America, it sent technology and resources to the new alliance. A new instrument for "Peace" and control of "Terrorism" was soon announced. A flying aircraft carrier named by the Hero of Humanity Yuri Gagarin.
    The new vessel was armed with electromagnetic rail guns that could direct projectiles at unpredictable speed and soon took a course for...Singapore.

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  • The Wave Rider 2 months ago

    Oh very nice.

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  • DPS-TXHybrid [Prototype II] [No fuel, 100% Electric] 3 months ago

    Very nice. I think this plane is very well weighted and can fly without a gyroscope, you unfair yourself. You did a good job with the engines, they can actually stop now. If you set the minimum value to 0 (from -50000) you would have had a more direct response. I loved how you made the propellers adjustable, you can go back this way.Particularly useful if you want to stop at a small airport. This is called a variable pitch propeller and is fully applicable to ships. Also, if you have as variable "throttle" instead of VTOL, you can control how fast you are traveling, a problem which I did not foresee when I did the brave surfer. Congratulations !

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  • Balius 4 months ago

    @yoshicraze @MEERKAT978 Thank you for the spotlight. Happy flights

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  • H.M.A. Silent Witness 4 days ago

    Pure inspiration, fantastic artwork!

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  • Puffin-Urban Transportation 5 days ago

    @freerider2142 thank you for the vote and the spotlight, how is the weather in beautiful eilat ?

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  • Puffin-Urban Transportation 5 days ago

    @Nachog Easy type the following : ! [] (link), without spaces .

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  • Puffin-Urban Transportation 5 days ago

    @Aerofy Thank your, let's shape the future of aviation. Who knows, maybe in a few years we can park our electric plane next to our bicycle. :-)

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  • Puffin-Urban Transportation 5 days ago

    Thank you very much for your humorous comment, I understand your perspective. Several years ago we considered the art of driving a great thing, now we are even talking about robotic auto-driving. Perhaps the future in aerodynamics is automatic. Did you drive it? What did you think of it? @Aerofy

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  • JTS8 5 days ago

    As you use rotors I thought that if you want, you can simulate a hypothetical battery range. The rotor may have any maximum rotation limit, but if you put something that is not infinite or enormously high, it stops, and when it stops it is depended from the function of how much throttle you will put. So if you put for example 2% throttle and you go to the mission "going the distance" will automatically measure your range.After it is a matter of simple mathematics.

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  • Mclaren Mcl 34 F1 Car (With a Halo) 6 days ago

    good looking, keep up the good work

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  • Puffin-Urban Transportation 6 days ago

    @toxicgamer88 Ε, το επόμενο θα πάρει ακόμη περισσότερους !

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  • Puffin-Urban Transportation 6 days ago

    @johnnyboythepilot thanks for following, it is my honour. ☺

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  • Puffin-Urban Transportation 6 days ago

    @toxicgamer88 Ευχαριστώ για την ψήφο σου. Καλά εε το mirage σου έκαψε καρδίες. Έπιασες εκατοστάρα;

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  • Puffin-Urban Transportation 6 days ago

    @ussr thanks for the vote and the spotlight. Always fantastic supporter of starters like me. Happy flights !

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  • Puffin-Urban Transportation 6 days ago

    @methirasoysa123 thank you for the comment. It is not that difficult, take a rotor, use throttle as output and set the min and max values from 0 to any number above 1000. This set's the revolutions and the time you have before they stop. The blades are wings, also attached to to rotators. As long as you chance the pitch angle from 0 to 60 degrees they produce lift gradually.

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  • Puffin-Urban Transportation 6 days ago

    @keml hi friend, how is the weather in beautiful Smyrna ?

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  • Puffin-Urban Transportation 6 days ago

    @bionicdragonyt @johnnyboythepilot thanks for the vote and the spotlight. Happy flights !

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  • HCS-23 6 days ago

    Very nice !

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  • Puffin-Urban Transportation 6 days ago

    @Mmdben I do not know why you're shouting, it's not polite. Also, which thottle you are referring to, my construction does NOT have thottle olny blade angle . Did you come here to become a public attraction?

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  • Puffin-Urban Transportation 6 days ago

    @Mmdben It will be my pleasure. thank you for the constructive comments.

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  • Puffin-Urban Transportation 6 days ago

    @blackhattAircraft Thanks for the spotlight and the vote, how are you doing?

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  • Puffin-Urban Transportation 6 days ago

    @Mmdben I landed in my first try...anybody else?
    Anyway the speed is droping not by the gyro but in my opinion by gaining altitude. Thanks for the critism. I belive that that every manufacturer has its own methods, more than 1 gyroscope seems exaggerated, so unfortunately I do not understand that all these "winch" and "shock" Is doing, but I am fine with it . Happy flights.

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  • Puffin-Urban Transportation 6 days ago

    @Mmdben Oh the stabilizer it does not needed either at horizontal flight or in take-off. if you accidentally turn it on, you can use it in ONLY in the final phase.

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  • Puffin-Urban Transportation 6 days ago

    @Mmdben The stabilizer mainly controls the propping in a vertical position, if we could somehow change the speed on each machine separately, not even that would not be needed. Unfortunately it is a necessary evil. If you remove it, again you will land but in the final phase the aircraft tilts in a lateral position. If you like i can make an unlisted early version to give you the feeling. How did it handle? It was easy to land or did you have hard time?

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  • Puffin-Urban Transportation 6 days ago

    @Treadmill103 Thank you very much for the support, it is very important since it comes from such a good manufacturer as you.

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  • Puffin-Urban Transportation 6 days ago

    @randomusername Thanks for the vote, it is from your favorite category. Hope you like it!

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  • Puffin-Urban Transportation 6 days ago

    @tearjerker @blackhattAircraft

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  • Puffin-Urban Transportation 6 days ago

    @nickr @zoomzoom999 @nerfenthusiast

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  • Puffin-Urban Transportation 6 days ago

    @ussr @jamesBoA @crashfighter05

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  • Puffin-Urban Transportation 6 days ago

    @Mmdben Thanks, first upvote ! Happy flights.

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  • HCS-22 (Kamov ka 32) 13 days ago

    Good work !

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