Scratch Built RC F-35 Lightning II EDF jet
This is my first model that is using EDF or Electric Ducted Fan. I choose the C variant of F-35 aircraft, mainly because it has bigger wing, I wanted to make sure that it will have enough wing area to fly. In this model I also share with you couple new things beside by using EDF alone. I share how to make a clear canopy and using servo driven retractable landing gear. The landing gear was bought from Banggood for about 10 dollars a long time ago. What I learned by using EDF is, it's pretty expensive if compare with pusher prop and will fly in a shorter time. I only have effectively 2,5 minutes to fly the jet, the rest is prepare for landing. You have to use 4S 2200mah with minimum 60C discharge rate, otherwise you will have a damaged battery after the first flight. Also EDF models need a decent paved and long runway. If you can access one, EDF jet is amazing. SUBSCRIBE dan Like untuk support channel ini #rcplane #rcedf #f35 #rcjet You can download the plans on the link below : Playlist : 02:23 Plan Preparation 03:08 Clear Canopy 06:24 Nose Section 09:52 Fuselage 14:06 Building the Wing 17:24 EDF Thrust Tube 17:59 Landing Gear 23:22 Electronics 25:05 Finishing the Bottom Side 26:51 Covering 31:10 Paint and Decal 35:31 Pushrod & Battery Tray 37:05 Maiden Flight 42:12 Review Specs : 1. Wingspan 950mm / 37.4inches 2. Flying weight : 1235 grams/ 43.6 oz 3. Wing loading : 37 gram/dm2 - 12.1 oz/sq.ft. 4. Wing cube loading : 6.4 5. Wing Area : 33.37 dm2 / 517 6. CG : 11.5 cm from the begining of the wing root Electronics - QX EDF Motor 70mm 6 blades 3500kv - ESC 70A - Battery Lipo 4S 2200mAh minimum 60C - 6 plastic gear 9 gram servos - 2 metal gear 9 gram servos Materials : 1. 5mm Depron/ Polyfoam 2. 3mm Plywood 4. 0.3mm Mica Plastic 5. hot glue 6. PVA glue 7. parchment/bread paper

 Rocketry Club: Perth Advanced Rocketry Club

Author Julius Perdana
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