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Wing Technique Demonstrator (1.11 slicing)

234k EternalDarkness  8 months ago
1,716 downloads
Auto Credit Based on EternalDarkness's M.Corp M-300i Skycat

A wing I have made for a project. It uses fuselage slicing to get the shape and make room for a control surface. In similar way, it can also support flaps, slats, leading edge flaps, multi-slotted flaps, and anything else. With the usage of hollow fuselages and some patience, it can also house a landing gear bay.

You are welcome to download and dissect this wing, and to use this technique. No credit needed.






General Characteristics

  • Predecessor M.Corp M-300i Skycat
  • Successors 2 airplane(s) +10 bonus
  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 40.1ft (12.2m)
  • Length 14.6ft (4.5m)
  • Height 7.2ft (2.2m)
  • Empty Weight 656lbs (297kg)
  • Loaded Weight 656lbs (297kg)

Performance

  • Wing Loading 6.0lbs/ft2 (29.4kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 108.9ft2 (10.1m2)
  • Drag Points 2

Parts

  • Number of Parts 51
  • Control Surfaces 0
  • Performance Cost 161
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    How'd you "cut from the other side"

    +1 27 days ago
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    Man, this is a stressful method you shared to me, now i can take hours of making a realistic one.

    +1 one month ago
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    12.8k KingOfTypos

    Man, thanks to this new technique, all of my builds after my Fw 190 A-8 build have this kind of wings now.

    +2 2 months ago
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    How did you do the wingtips? Seems pretty confusing.

    2 months ago
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    3,728 Hazerz

    @EternalDarkness well bcs i used 3 parts.

    2 months ago
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    @FRIGGLES I'm glad to hear that.

    +1 2 months ago
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    3,728 Hazerz

    @EternalDarkness guess what? It freaking works

    2 months ago
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    @FRIGGLES you can download this and check. One good way to learn could be literally making a copy next to this original.

    +1 2 months ago
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    3,728 Hazerz

    @EternalDarkness what size were the green, red, and orange fuselages?

    2 months ago
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    3,728 Hazerz

    it's been months since i seen this and yet i'm still an idiot at building this.

    2 months ago
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    4,869 DashEight

    Bro this is a gift from god. I can make proper wings now!!!

    +1 3 months ago
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    @FRIGGLES nope. Try replicating this wing part by part, that should help.

    +1 3 months ago
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    3,728 Hazerz

    @EternalDarkness can you do a video about this?

    +3 3 months ago
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    Veri gud technique

    5 months ago
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    @EternalDarkness wait let me tag you to what I exactly mean

    6 months ago
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    @CaptFoxworth19 you need to adjust "rise" so they meet. Trailing edge might not match 100% due to the bug with fuselage mesh.

    6 months ago
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    @EternalDarkness it still leaves a gap whenever I increase the thickness of the root of the wings, the back parts doesn't meet and leaves a gap I need help.

    6 months ago
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    9,675 dINE

    not really simple...but thanks, seems to work.

    7 months ago
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    @BangRou I was thinking something along those lines

    7 months ago
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    3,150 BangRou

    @KingHandspider scale the fuselage up. i recommend scaling it up between 1.5 to 2

    7 months ago
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    I'm noticing this doesn't scale up to airliner scale very well. Any ideas?

    7 months ago
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    @GeneralOliverVonBismarck it's an obsolete project that isn't worth upgrading to 1.11. I'm keeping it around as a testbed for various things.

    8 months ago
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    Wher coyote pickup

    8 months ago
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    @MrShenanigans I'm glad you like it.

    8 months ago
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    The tutorial is great I will definitely use this method on my upcoming B-17 (when ever that will happen)

    +1 8 months ago
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