Entries tagged as : Argon Series


Aug
20,
2009

We are glad to announce our new product – GS3-2423 Tail Boom Support. It can further reinforce the structure of tail boom and fiber frame. With the support of 2 x 2mm Carbon Fiber force, viberation from tail can be damped away, which gives a more solid rudder to the whole helicopter.


Aug
17,
2009
We have established a new version of landing skid, a fillet weld is added into the design to reinforce the whole structure of the skid. The landind skid is now become more durable and take a less chance to break during hard landing or crash

Dec
29,
2008
The diagram shows how to install the 3 CCPM servos in the NEON, ARGON, XEON series Fiber Frame. One of the Pushrod / Linkages included is a bit longer which will fit the lower servo at the back.

Sep
3,
2008
Some pilots report that it is difficult to install the servo after the frame is finished. Here is the tips: Use the Tiny Philip (+) driver which is already magnetic, and place the servo with nuts Outside. Just like the above diagram. The tiny philip driver is available at our reseller site. It is included…

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Jul
3,
2008
4.75mm ball and ball-link are the most common combination in 400 class market, while 3.5mm ball and ball-link dominates the 300 class market. Smaller size of ball has less angle of joint due to the screw size cannot be too small. For bigger size, it is a kind of overhead that…

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Jul
3,
2008
Our system provides three kinds of gear ratio (main gear : tail gear) 1 : 4.20 1 : 3.82 1 : 4.00 1 : 3.64 Pilots need to choose the correct gear ratio to suit their helicopter. Here is some basic rules: Limited the tail rotor headspeed with in safety range, max. is 12000rpm Too high headspeed will CAUSE…

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Jul
3,
2008
The default angle of the tail rotor is 6 degree when the tail pitch slider is in center position. It gives an offset to the tail rotor to cancel the reaction torque generated by the main rotor within limited moving range. For example, traditional design of tail rotor have a range of…

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