Fascinate Shock Flyer

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Model: EMAX Fascinate
Wingspan: 825mm (32.48")
Flying Weight: Approx 221g
Motor: Emax 2210
Prop: EMAX 8"x4"


This is a most unusual futuristic looking Depron Model.†
It has a striking colour scheme and a few additional surfaces added to the elevators, ailerons and fuselage.†
All of the cutting is very sharp and clean, only a minimal amount of trimming with a sharp knife is required.†
The fuselage is made up from several parts which are interlocking and need little explanation.†
Having joined the fuselage components with foam adhesive, the wing is glued into position followed by the ailerons.†
These need to have a suitable angle cut or sanded on their leading edges to provide plenty of control movement.†
Reinforced tape or other lighter adhesive tapes may be used to hinge the flying surfaces.†
I used the 24mm tape from Rcdhamaka because it sticks really well and have no special weight targets in mind.†
I have to admit that weapons grade balsa wood is my favoured building material, but this foam stuff is admittedly very easy to work with, especially as it has already been cut out and ďpaintedĒ.†
The lower fuselage is added next and best allowed to dry thoroughly, thatís at least a cup of coffee.†
Tail-plane and elevators are added and hinged.†
As more parts are added, the model starts to look even quirkier, but very sleek.†
I found it useful to add very small strips of sticky tape to hold the vertical fuselage to the horizontal part.†
This procedure was repeated when the top half of the fuselage was glued into place.†
A long continuous bead of foam glue on both halves was allowed to dry before they were bought together and the tape applied.†
The decelerating components were added next together with the narrow wing strips which are fixed on the underside.†
Thereís no specific position for these, but a quick glance at the illustrations provide enough information.†
1mm carbon fibre rod is supplied to brace the horizontal tail to fuselage, and also the wing and fuselage at the front.†
I have to admit a degree of scepticism about rigidity was a concern, that is until the carbon fibre rods were fitted and the 5 minute epoxy with micro-balloons filler added had set.†
Amazingly these tiny thin rods provide a high degree of support and seem to be completely adequate.†
The remaining carbon rod is used for servo pushrods and supported in neat plywood stands which fit along the fuselage sides.†
Two larger diameter short tubes are supplied for the undercarriage.†
No wheels are supplied, just Depron dummy wheel pants.†
This is adequate for smooth take off and landing surfaces as may be encountered with indoor flying venues.†
As this model will be used on a grass field, Iíve fitted a couple of Rcdhamaka super light wheels by simply gluing piano wire axles inside the carbon tubes.†
The extra few grams of weight was considered negligible and the wheels worth the extra effort.†
The small plywood supports provide further vertical support to the fuselage if closely fitted.†
Four of these plywood parts are also used as mounting pads for the nylon control horns.†
A laser cut motor mount is glued across the fuselage section and off-cut scraps of ply were added to the rear of this to provide extra support. †
The Fascinate looks great, and hopefully wonít disappoint when itís introduced to the sky.†

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  • Manufactured by: EMAX

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