DG300 pictures

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Re: DG300 pictures

Post by tiberius » Sun Nov 29, 2020 12:02 pm

That’s a real shame, we were really looking forward to the 300. What went wrong?

Perhaps a 303 in the future?
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Re: DG300 pictures

Post by OXO » Sun Nov 29, 2020 12:29 pm

tiberius wrote:
Sun Nov 29, 2020 12:02 pm
That’s a real shame, we were really looking forward to the 300. What went wrong?

Perhaps a 303 in the future?
Yes, I'm sure this will return.
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Re: DG300 pictures

Post by MRK » Sat Dec 19, 2020 2:25 pm

I would like to get the DG300 or the DG303, where can I find any of them?

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Re: DG300 pictures

Post by Paul_UK » Sat Dec 19, 2020 3:43 pm

Not released yet. As the above post says a 300 will be released at some point in time in the future :D
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Re: DG300 pictures

Post by Jan Oorthuijsen » Tue Jan 26, 2021 1:45 pm

Hi Guys,

After my DG 101 (released) and the ASW 15 B which has now been delivered for animation,
I was asked to give the DG 303 a new boost.

However, I do need help from you.
The link to the photos at the beginning of 14-01-2019 cannot be opened by me (Apple)

My question is who can provide me with images of:

Fuselage without the wings that give a good view of the Airfoil.
Wings (mounting beams),
WingLets,
Expanded airbrakes with a good idea of ​​the mechanics
Picture of the correct airfoil. HQ 21 / II (can't find it anywhere) and is this the right one
Detailed image of the fuselage tail (conection rudder cables).
Detailed photos inside cockpit of:

Space behind the pilot with the wing bolts
visible,
Space for the steering pedals and attachment canopy.
Instrument console. (Panel)
Measurements of the dimensions of the instrument console height, width and depth.
Canopy operation.
Location of all controls
As many pictures of the interior as possible so that I have a good idea of ​​the construction of the inner shell.
Detailed photos of the unfolded main wheel with brake side and gear.

Greeting, Jan
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Re: DG300 pictures

Post by nicnac211 » Wed Mar 10, 2021 6:03 am

Will pictures of a dg300 suffice? Not sure how many changes were made between the 300 and 303 (besides winglets)

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Re: DG300 pictures

Post by Jan Oorthuijsen » Wed Mar 10, 2021 7:39 pm

Hi NicNac211

Thank you for your response.
I really don't know, maybe one of the forum members can comment on this.

If they are the same I still need pictures of:
Expanded airbrakes with a good idea of the mechanics
Detailed image of the fuselagetailopening (conection rudder cables).

Detailed photos inside cockpit of:
Space behind the pilot with the wing bolts
visible,
Space for the steering pedals and attachment canopy.
Instrument console. (Panel)
Measurements of the dimensions of the instrument console height, width and depth.
The black flat part where the canopy eject lever is placed.
Location end form of all control buttons and levers.
As many pictures of the interior as possible so that I have a good idea of the construction of the inner shell.
Detailed photos of the unfolded main wheel with brake side and gear.

The fuselage, wings, winglets, ailerons, stabilizer, elevator, rudder, and tail wheel are already modeled.

Thanks so far,

Jan
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Re: DG300 pictures

Post by KipperUK » Fri Mar 12, 2021 12:37 pm

We have a DG303 at our club; when I can get up there I will take a bunch of photos for you.

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Re: DG300 pictures

Post by FGHRO » Fri Mar 12, 2021 7:51 pm

Jan the DG looks very nice so far.
But i think the winglets looks a bit wierd. Or is it only my impression?

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Re: DG300 pictures

Post by 2P » Fri Mar 12, 2021 8:46 pm

Yes, looks really nice Jan :)
I also think the winglets should be a little bit bigger or wider, when I look at the pictures of the original :?: .
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Re: DG300 pictures

Post by Jan Oorthuijsen » Sat Mar 13, 2021 12:37 pm

You are both right.

The winglets still need to be expanded with a small slide block or wheel and I will then adjust them to the correct size.
I will post an image from time to time and ask for criticism from DG 303 owners.
Better now than after release.
I wait for the photos before I can really continue with the inside
gear and airbrakes. I'm going for realism.
Thank you already KipperUK
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Re: DG300 pictures

Post by Jan Oorthuijsen » Mon Mar 15, 2021 7:25 pm

Pre view;

In the original photo, the winglet appears larger due to the lens distortion because the winglet is closest, am I right?
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Re: DG300 pictures

Post by 2P » Mon Mar 15, 2021 10:53 pm

I think you are right Jan. They are not as big as it looks on the picture. The only thing I find is that they should be a bit wider and rounder at the top :wink: :?:
I have attached a picture of the original winglets from AMS-Flight.
Great work so far. Looking forward to the DG-303 :)
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Re: DG300 pictures

Post by Jan Oorthuijsen » Tue Mar 16, 2021 3:19 pm

That's ok I think
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Re: DG300 pictures

Post by 2P » Tue Mar 16, 2021 8:03 pm

That's ok I think
oh yes, that looks very accurate. Good work, thank you.
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