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He-111 [ 25 Parts Challenge ]

91.1k Farewellntchii  3 days ago
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The Heinkel He 111 is a German airliner and bomber designed by Siegfried and Walter Günter at Heinkel Flugzeugwerke in 1934. Through development, it was described as a "wolf in sheep's clothing". Due to restrictions placed on Germany after the First World War prohibiting bombers, it was presented solely as a civil airliner, although from conception the design was intended to provide the nascent Luftwaffe with a heavy bomber

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Note to all: due to part restriction, enjoy the nose cone :)
P.S. the gear actually folds

General Characteristics

  • Predecessor 25 PARTS CHALLENGE
  • Created On Android
  • Wingspan 53.1ft (16.2m)
  • Length 41.0ft (12.5m)
  • Height 13.2ft (4.0m)
  • Empty Weight 6,617lbs (3,001kg)
  • Loaded Weight 9,298lbs (4,217kg)

Performance

  • Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.172
  • Wing Loading 8.9lbs/ft2 (43.2kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 1,050.4ft2 (97.6m2)
  • Drag Points 5148

Parts

  • Number of Parts 25
  • Control Surfaces 8
  • Performance Cost 302
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    @LeaveUsAlone here, use this part then, if all else it's just that simple

    yesterday
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    @Farewellntchii both, either, whatever, I can develop one from the other but I need a starting point

    yesterday
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    @LeaveUsAlone depends, if you're talking about user-controlled ones, I'm rather inexperienced, if you're talking about target ones that just moves in a straight line however.. I'm the one you're looking for, but I assume you're looking for the former right?

    yesterday
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    Hey @Farewellntchii do you have a guide on making airships? Looking to start one of my own but need an idea of how to start

    yesterday
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    @FirstFish83828 np, best of luck mate 👍

    +1 2 days ago
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    @Farewellntchii Thanks!

    2 days ago
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    @FirstFish83828 then I'll give you a nice tip for flight performance, always scale your wings 0.5 smaller or 0.75 at least, it'll be more stable, alternatively add modifier "liftScale" and set it to two, self explanatory :3

    +1 3 days ago
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    @Farewellntchii exactly

    3 days ago
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    @beenz Yeah? He knows wayyy more then me but this one thing. (Real) (omg)

    3 days ago
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    @IAlsoBuildPlane It just looks more like glass then normal fuselage

    +1 3 days ago
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    @beenz hey, you learn something everyday amirite?

    +2 3 days ago
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    @FirstFish83828 ah, noted, will do next time

    +1 3 days ago
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    87.0k WinsWings

    Awesome

    3 days ago
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    @FirstFish83828 would you tell me why?

    3 days ago
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    14.6k beenz

    @FirstFish83828 silver user gives platinum user tips real omg

    +4 3 days ago
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    Tip: Use high opacity glass instead of fuselage so it looks a bit better

    +1 3 days ago