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meglin1

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A small clarification: the photo of the Sonex aircraft (message 151) shows our wooden propeller for Jabiru.
 

Jim Chuk

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I was looking on your website this evening, and had some trouble finding out what prices are. I have a Kitfox 4 with 80 HP 912 Rotax. I did send you an email this evening as well. Thanks, JImChuk
 

Jim Chuk

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Sorry Vladimer, I think I sent it to NR props instead. I just now sent an email to you with what I would need for a propeller. Thanks, JImChuk
 

meglin1

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We released the blade-type Ivoprop. The pitch was regulated by wedge-shaped gaskets. But such as in the photo-no, they did not do it. What's the point?
 

kubark42

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We released the blade-type Ivoprop. The pitch was regulated by wedge-shaped gaskets. But such as in the photo-no, they did not do it. What's the point?
It's not an adjustable pitch prop, but a folding prop. This hinge type is most frequently seen in multirotors, such as the below:

Folding-XQ-version.jpg
 

meglin1

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There are no problems. We did komlevye parts of the type Ivoprop-we will do these. The only question is the seriality, whether the investment in the new matrices will pay off.
 

meglin1

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3-blade propellers with particularly strong saber-shaped carbon fiber blades with a diameter of 1644 and 1755 mm (64.7" and 69") are put up to O-320. These blades are made specifically at the request of the American builders of RV aircraft. There are hubs SAE1 and SAE2.
 

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meglin1

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No problem, there are classic 57"blades.
They can be made of any strength.
But I do not know the characteristics of your motor.
I also don't know the characteristics of your aircraft.
 
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