For Sale Selling 3-bladed carbon fiber propeller

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  1. Nov 12, 2015 #1

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    Selling 3-bladed carbon fiber propeller.
    The diameter of 1750 mm (69 "). Price $ 645.
    Spinner $ 115 fiberglass and carbon fiber spinner of $ 205.
    Everything is new.
     

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  3. Nov 13, 2015 #3

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    Begs the question, why are you selling it? Looks nice although if it's on a plane, it's not new.
     
  4. Nov 13, 2015 #4

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    Because I have another propeller, black, with a diameter of 1820 mm. It is even more effective at speeds up to 150 km / h.
     

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  5. Nov 13, 2015 #5

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    Really nice looking stuff on your website. Thank you for providing the link.
     
  6. Nov 15, 2015 #6

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    I hope, like a propeller to the buyer.
    German-Ukrainian plane CT-SW with such a propeller and engine Rotax-912-80 easy to reach speeds of 250 km / h, even without installing the spinner.
     
  7. Dec 4, 2015 #7

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    Does anyone know whether these propellers can be used with direct-drive engines? I note that the very similar appearing AeroLux and KOOLProp seem to prohibit/discourage their use with traditional aircraft engines lacking torsional dampers or reduction-drives…

    Thanks…
     
  8. Dec 6, 2015 #8

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    We do not prohibit. Just do reinforced blades. Who wants to - orders the tree.
     
  9. Dec 19, 2015 #9

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    Currently we are preparing a batch of saber props 1600 mm for their complete testing Jabiru in Poland.
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    With this propeller engine Rotax-503 159 kg of thrust.
     
  11. Jan 5, 2016 #11

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    I contacted Vlad about buying a fixed pitch wood prop, unfinished, similar to those sold by Catto and Hertzler, gave him the horsepower (about 160) , pitch and diameter I needed, supplied him with pictures, and even identified a prop in his pictures that looked like what I wanted.
    http://propeller.simplesite.com/420312588

    After four email exchanges, I could not get a price quote or a clear statement that he can provide such a prop. Hope others have better luck. I suspect it is just poor marketing skills but there it is.
     
  12. Jan 9, 2016 #12

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    I am truly grateful to Mr Jackie Ashton for constructive criticism.
    Indeed, customers composite propellers were more fortunate.
    Time of execution of the order have less than 2 weeks.
    From the time of the last letter on November 2 composite propellers got in Italy, Germany, France, Hungary, the Czech Republic, the United Kingdom and the United States.
    But orders for wooden propellers from France and Italy have not yet implemented due to load wood production.
    Order from Mr Jackie Ashton and letters after the November 2 has been reported.
    While only are doubts and questions.
    I can satisfy them fully only after the implementation of existing orders.
    Good luck everyone!
     
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    The fastest plane on which you install our propellers - CT-SW.

    The photo shows the new spinners - carbon 202 * 220 mm and fiberglass 262 * 290 mm.
     
  14. Jan 27, 2016 #14

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    Are you able to do custom blades and/or propeller analysis? I'm a student that needs help/wants to get advice!
     
  15. Jan 27, 2016 #15

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    You have a very interesting project, but I can hardly help, I do not speak English.
     
  16. Feb 4, 2016 #16

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    I have been trying to get a 3 blade saber prop for a lycoming 0-290. Seems he does not have a hub for a sae 2 flange. Does have a adapter with bushings of some sort to adapt it but not what I want. Wish he would come up with a sae-2 hub for the us market. I would wait for that. Any body had any luck with him?
     
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    Now we are designing the bushing between the flanges engines Rotax and Lycoming.
     
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    Could you explain a little more about your bushing. I think a sae2 hub would be a better idea for the non rotax market. I really like your props and would buy one in a second if it had the correct hub. The US market is waiting for a product like yours, Don't let this market slip away from you. Adapters and bushings are ok for hot rod wheels, but not on my prop.
     
  19. Feb 5, 2016 #19

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    As I understand it, SAE flanges used on gearless motors.We have enough experience in these propellers. We have not yet reached the critical developments of our blades in these engines. Therefore, we can not predict the resistance of our blades in continuous operation on engines without gearbox.The launch of the new hub - an expensive event. And before him to decide, we first need to confirm the necessary resource of our blades on the engines Lycoming, Continental, Jabiru.It is therefore preferable to transition bush from our hub to the flange SAE.
     

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    I am a big fan of your 3 blade saber prop and do want one. Soon as you get the hub thing right will order one. Is the hub for a lycoming going to have all the mounting holes as shown in the picture or just the ones needed for mounting to lycoming? The picture looks like it will fit 3 or 4 different engines
     

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