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#3801659 - 06/26/13 06:03 AM Rudder Pedals ( like BF109F) ****  
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Hi all.
I would like to show my rudder pedals.


-axes 3.
-18+4 ball-bearings.
- possibility of regulation of distance between platforms of pedals 350 mm. 380 mm. and 410 mm.
- a working course 160 mm. 175 mm. and 190 mm. respectively.
-a working angle of the wheel brake 27 degrees
-possibility of regulation of slope angle of a site of a pedal 30, 37, 44 and 50 degrees.
- length of a site of a pedal 270, 280 and 290 mm.
-a material steel, aluminum.
- electronic includes digital and analog sensors based on the effect of magnetic resistance.
-overall dimensions 460x260x220 mm.
- mass 6000 grams.

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Inline advert (2nd and 3rd post)

#3801685 - 06/26/13 07:48 AM Re: Rudder Pedals ( like BF109F) [Re: Slaw]  
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Very nice saw it earlier on russian forum !

#3801744 - 06/26/13 12:03 PM Re: Rudder Pedals ( like BF109F) [Re: Slaw]  
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Really cool Slaw! How does the transition feel over the neutral point with this mechanism? No backlash?

MM

#3801761 - 06/26/13 01:02 PM Re: Rudder Pedals ( like BF109F) [Re: Slaw]  
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Look excellent.
@VO101MMaister...it's rendering, it's hard to feel from rendering. But you can ask VKB owners as it uses same principle. I only talked to simped owners which use same principle but different construction. Simped owners told me that center is really felt but it's non intrusive...and there is some backlash when you fast change direction...it's felt.

As I can see...there is also implemented 2x spring positions for different tension, nice.

Congrats on your design.

#3801937 - 06/26/13 08:37 PM Re: Rudder Pedals ( like BF109F) [Re: Slaw]  
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))) But it is a real...










It was in a jule 2012. It is model Nr. 2. On rendering model Nr. 3. I using my pedals 1 year, and NO BACKLASH. Little transition over the neutral point is feeling, but it need for simulators.
In model 3 is 2 pozitions of spring and 3 pozitions of screw = 6 different loads with 1 spring.

#3801946 - 06/26/13 09:04 PM Re: Rudder Pedals ( like BF109F) [Re: Slaw]  
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Really neat design Slaw. The pedal bodies are also very nicely replicated from sheet metal! thumbsup

#3801965 - 06/26/13 10:00 PM Re: Rudder Pedals ( like BF109F) [Re: Slaw]  
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Thank you very much.

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#3803012 - 06/29/13 09:29 PM Re: Rudder Pedals ( like BF109F) [Re: Slaw]  
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I see you went for the cheap version :-) just kidding tm should package those with the warthog as they look like they are in the same class. That class being Expensive but worth it.

#3803028 - 06/29/13 10:14 PM Re: Rudder Pedals ( like BF109F) [Re: Slaw]  
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I am amazed sir! OUTSTANDING work!

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#3803145 - 06/30/13 07:52 AM Re: Rudder Pedals ( like BF109F) [Re: Slaw]  
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This project commercial.
Now I prepare small party of pedals (some pieces). It will allow me to determine the price precisely.
It is interesting to see your opinion concerning the price.... help

#3804867 - 07/04/13 09:33 AM Re: Rudder Pedals ( like BF109F) [Re: Slaw]  
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Hi.
It is the short test of pedals after 1 year of use.

#3836128 - 09/12/13 09:54 PM Re: Rudder Pedals ( like BF109F) [Re: Slaw]  
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Hi all.
Another little test of electronics.

#3838366 - 09/17/13 07:44 PM Re: Rudder Pedals ( like BF109F) [Re: Slaw]  
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Electronics look like a top class, congrats

#3838371 - 09/17/13 07:56 PM Re: Rudder Pedals ( like BF109F) [Re: milan_croatia]  
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Originally Posted By: milan_croatia
Electronics look like a top class, congrats

Because it a top class. I can help to make your pedals better. If you want.

#3845147 - 10/03/13 12:44 AM Re: Rudder Pedals ( like BF109F) [Re: Slaw]  
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That's very impressive! I am looking at upgrading from my Saitek combat peddals as I can hardly bear with its build quality to be honest. Do you intend to sell units? Concerning the price, the new star in town apparently are these MFG crosswind pedals that you must have heard of, the price of these is about 250 euros IIRC, that product would be, as far as I know, your only competitor, so if you can align your price to be competitive towards that product I think it would be a good move to occupy the market.

I know I'd be interested in buying your pedals, they look very comfortable, reliable and precise. wink

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#3845295 - 10/03/13 10:51 AM Re: Rudder Pedals ( like BF109F) [Re: Slaw]  
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Hi Ethaor.
The price of my pedals is 275 euro.

#3845397 - 10/03/13 02:46 PM Re: Rudder Pedals ( like BF109F) [Re: Slaw]  
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Czesc Slaw,

Thanks for you answer, 275 euros is definitly in my price range. I am balancing 3 products right now, the new MFG Crosswind, VKB pedals if I can ever find some specs and more info on their various set of pedals, and yours. The MFG Crosswind are quite impressive in terms of features, adaptability and precision but I am having a hard time spending that kind of money in a non-metal hardware, how does your design compares to the MFG Crosswind?

What electronic/sensor type do you use exactly and their precision? You mention "digital and analog sensors based on the effect of magnetic resistance" How does it compares to Hall sensors and magnetoresistive sensors?

Also is there any video or website available that showcase your product? Showing its various features and look/design in a video would be a great marketing tool for your product to gain some more visibility.

Thanks for your insight!

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#3846291 - 10/05/13 08:03 AM Re: Rudder Pedals ( like BF109F) [Re: Ethaor]  
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Hi.
About sensors. The Hall sensor - grandfather, magnetoresistive sensors (mi analog sensors) - father, digital magnetoresistive sensor - the next generation of sensors.
I have not website, for the present.

#3852201 - 10/20/13 11:04 PM Re: Rudder Pedals ( like BF109F) [Re: Slaw]  
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Shipping to US?
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#3852443 - 10/21/13 05:16 PM Re: Rudder Pedals ( like BF109F) [Re: Slaw]  
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Originally Posted By: Slaw
Hi Ethaor.
The price of my pedals is 275 euro.


Hello,

How much for pedals and shipping to the U.S.? I will have some funds for this sometime in Feb/early March.

Thanks!


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