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by SkyersJet
May 29 2021 9:04am
Forum: Electric Aircraft
Topic: 3D printed 400mm EDF project
Replies: 8
Views: 331

Re: 3D printed 400mm EDF project

400mm! I know nothing about turbines but they do look good. Great work, what printer are you using and how many parts are in that build as shown? Hi thank you! I use a Creality CR-20 printer to print the parts in PETG. There are 62 parts in the build. How do you like that printer? I assume the impe...
by SkyersJet
May 28 2021 10:26pm
Forum: Electric Aircraft
Topic: Suggested battery capacity for 30 min flight?
Replies: 31
Views: 1697

Re: Suggested battery capacity for 30 min flight?

That is correct. I do realize that if l lost power, that unlike an airplane, l would drop like a rock, so yes, l will have battery percentage available to view, during flight. Flying above 5 m is prohibited! And you should do a lot of remote testing with bags of sand before you even put your foot i...
by SkyersJet
May 28 2021 10:12pm
Forum: Electric Aircraft
Topic: 3D printed 400mm EDF project
Replies: 8
Views: 331

Re: 3D printed 400mm EDF project

Jordan325ic wrote:
May 27 2021 7:19am
400mm! I know nothing about turbines but they do look good. Great work, what printer are you using and how many parts are in that build as shown?
Hi thank you! I use a Creality CR-20 printer to print the parts in PETG. There are 62 parts in the build.
by SkyersJet
May 28 2021 10:08pm
Forum: Electric Aircraft
Topic: 3D printed 400mm EDF project
Replies: 8
Views: 331

Re: 3D printed 400mm EDF project

Well I'll reply back. This is awesome. great job. Could you put into the text the performance you have seen so far? It's harder for me to tease out the values on the gauges at work with no headphones. Hi, thanks for your interest! All of the data is summarised at the end of my videos. In the first ...
by SkyersJet
May 11 2021 3:30pm
Forum: Electric Aircraft
Topic: 3D printed 400mm EDF project
Replies: 8
Views: 331

3D printed 400mm EDF project

I am working on a project to 3D print a large EDF (electric ducted fan). Currently there are no specific applications but I have VTOL in mind. That's why it is large for better disc loading and the pitch is low for better static performance. However changing the blades to a higher pitch for forward ...