12 years ago
I have started building my first plan built plane. If your interested,
it's a .60 P-6E Hawk.
My question concerns the rudder servo, tail gear and rudder links. They
say a picture is worth a thousand words.
View from top. Plate soldered, brazed
This way to the nose. to gear wire.
__________ | | | |_______
__________ | O | | O |_______
Link to servo. |____| |____| Link to rudder.
3/32 wire. |_|
Gear wire goes
I understand using a metal clevis on a metal control can cause Radio
Freq. Interference. Not a good thing. Nylon clevis with a metal control,
I guess, won't last long in this case. Would using a metal clevis and
mounting a brass control plate to the gear wire work ? In other words
can steel and brass rubbing together cause RFI ?
I hope I have been clear. I will be Grateful or any advise, suggestions,
or other ways to do the same thing.
Thank You So Much,