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M.Corp UL-1 Fly (Fire fighting)

231k EternalDarkness  4.3 years ago
Auto Credit Based on jlewisifer's Forrest Fire Fighting Challenge

An ultralight aircraft designed by M.Corp for civilian market. This example belongs to the Ministry of Forestry of M.Corp, and is used in a firefighting role. It is equipped with two canisters of fire retardant and a thermal camera. It is mostly used for scouting forest fires, guiding units with more firefighting capability to the fire.

Controls:
-Ag1,2 drop canisters.

Features:
-Very light, maneuverable, fun to fly;
-Flaps and trim;
-Exposed control surface mechanisms, so new users can learn how to make custom surfaces;
-Fire retardant canisters.

Enjoy

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General Characteristics

Performance

  • Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.116
  • Wing Loading 5.0lbs/ft2 (24.5kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 195.8ft2 (18.2m2)
  • Drag Points 1929

Parts

  • Number of Parts 113
  • Control Surfaces 5
  • Performance Cost 491
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    Not impressive? HAH! Nice joke.
    @EternalDarkness

    1.4 years ago
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    @dunodisko12 that's quite unusual. However, this build is not particularly impressive to begin with, and I'm not currently in position to investigate the issue.

    1.4 years ago
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    I think it broke over the years. Whenever I download on mobile it’s just a mound of fuselages (as if they’ve all been reverted to their default shape)

    1.4 years ago
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    709 MlgNoob

    @EternalDarkness ok 👍🏻

    2.9 years ago
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    @MlgNoob the Empire State Building? It was obviously a copy of the one made by another user. Same part count, same size, same color.

    +1 2.9 years ago
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    709 MlgNoob

    This is good
    And why you ban building what i made???!

    2.9 years ago
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    @ESIOTROT121 canisters would contain some sort of fire retardant chemical. You throw them into the fire, they crack due to heat, and spread a foamy chemical.

    4.2 years ago
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    Np

    4.3 years ago
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    @Lightsaber70 thank you buddy

    4.3 years ago
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    Amazing job once again

    4.3 years ago
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    @Davisplanez thanks

    4.3 years ago
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    2,326 Davisplanez

    funny

    4.3 years ago
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    @Othawne @jlewisifer thanks guys

    4.3 years ago
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    11.8k jlewisifer

    Love the concept of an ultra lite! Beautifully built!

    4.3 years ago
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    Mod Vincent

    Lovely!

    4.3 years ago
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    @Dynimerous in Overload, go to "JointRotator", add a new line, and write "disableBaseMesh", and "True"

    4.3 years ago
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    17.4k Dynimerous

    @jamesPLANESii ok thanks, i'll try that

    4.3 years ago
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    You open overload, do a new thing and say something like disableBaseMesh (forgotten exact words) and do "True". @Dynimerous

    4.3 years ago
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    17.4k Dynimerous

    Ok I've always wondered. How do you make rotators and hinges that actually work, but look like the free spin? Like here, for the control surfaces, they look like the the small, free-spin ones, but they are functional.

    4.3 years ago
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    38.8k phanps

    @PhantomBladeCorp yes

    4.3 years ago
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    Awesome! Finally we have another fixed wing aircraft to fight the fires!

    4.3 years ago
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    15.5k Sparrow007

    @EternalDarkness Np :D

    4.3 years ago
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    @Sparrow007 thanks

    4.3 years ago
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    15.5k Sparrow007

    Nice build! Very cute plane.

    4.3 years ago
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    @Cedy117 lol thanks. I haven't made one since M.Corp became a thing

    4.3 years ago
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