AG1: Wheel steering
Another bad replica of mine :P
Some brief history from Wikipedia:
The advent of the Mi-6 gave the Soviet Union the very useful ability to move and place large, bulky or heavy loads with precision. Limitations of the Mi-6 in the flying crane role included a weight to payload ratio and the inability of the crew to easily see the load and its intended final position. A Council of Ministers directive of 20 February 1958 tasked OKB-329 (OKB Mil) with the development of a dedicated flying crane helicopter for carrying bulky loads unable to be carried in the hold of a Mi-6...........The operational service of the Mi-10 was of moderate success, being distributed mainly to units of the VVS (Voyenno-Vozdushnyye Sily - Soviet Air Force) which already operated the Mi-6.
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- Created On Windows
- Wingspan 86.4ft (26.3m)
- Length 112.6ft (34.3m)
- Height 36.3ft (11.1m)
- Empty Weight 46,368lbs (21,032kg)
- Loaded Weight 52,814lbs (23,956kg)
- Power/Weight Ratio 9.621
- Wing Loading 192.0lbs/ft2 (937.2kg/m2)
- Wing Area 275.1ft2 (25.6m2)
- Drag Points 19380
- Number of Parts 280
- Control Surfaces 0
- Performance Cost 1,072
@ViBiNgPiGeOn thanks :)
I love it!
Such a beautiful “Harke”!!!
@ACEPILOT109 I am planning to make the short legged variant soon fyi
@asteroidbook345 nice to know someone else attempted to make it, it is rare on this site :)
ahaha told you it'd do well, great build!
@Trijets ILL SPOTLIGHT THE OTHER ONE IN A FEW MINUTESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS
@ACEPILOT109 I like the enthusiasm lol
OMG I LOVE THE MI 10000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
@Braynie0904 thanks :)
Looks great mate, can’t wait to see your future builds!