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Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Multiplex Cularis Airframe file

From: Maik Höpfel
Subject: Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Multiplex Cularis Airframe file
Date: Wed, 7 Jul 2010 19:53:13 +0200

I have attached my EasyGlider file, which is based on the EasyGlider
file from Chris aka hendrix. It was last flown on October 24th in 2009
and performed rather well. We were using a a brushless motor that was
similar to the now available Multiplex tuning ones.
We were experimenting with the
-DSTRONG_WIND flag at the time, but lost the plane when I did a manual
"maximum speed" test and the engine departed the plane mid-air...
Paparazzi has a much better track record at not crashing planes than
me ;)


2010/7/7  <address@hidden>:
> Thanks Maik,
> I have recently updated my "paparazzi3" folder, and it seems that the latest
> package does not include an Easyglider file. Is there another way I could
> get a hold of the Easyglider file?
> Thanks very much,
> Jeff
> Quoting "Maik Höpfel" <address@hidden>:
>> I haven't flown the Cularis, but I think a recent Easyglider file
>> should be an ideal starting point. I'd just get it in the air and see
>> how it performs; I don't think you'll have to do too much tuning.
>> Regards,
>> Maik
>> 2010/7/7  <address@hidden>:
>>> Hello all,
>>> I am wondering if anyone has an airframe.xml file for a Multiplex Cularis
>>> airframe? I think the Easyglider may be similar enough to also work, if
>>> anyone has any advice please let me know!
>>> Thanks very much,
>>> Jeff
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