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Orden from RTGmodel, Fly Different!

A top notch and versatile F3F competition glider from Slovakia.

Pierre RONDEL
Apr 18, 2021 · 10 min read
Photo 1: The Orden in the snow during 2020 spring

Kit Overview

Photo 2: The kit parts. It is missing part of the ballast on the picture.
Photo 3: The servo tray is molded and drilled perfectly, with Kevlar reinforcement toward the nose
Photo 4: Removable LDS axis on the control surface side
Photo 5: Elevator is using standard metal clevises, easy to remove with a screw driver

Straight Forward Assembly

Photo 6: Fuselage is tight but finally components find their place easily
Photo 7: Ailerons LDS mounted on a MKS HBL6625mini. No slop at all, even after a season.

Let’s go to the slope!

Video 8: Orden maiden flight video
Photo 9: Onboard picture with a camera attached to the wing tip
Photo 10 trough 19: Pictures of the Orden in flight. The plane is providing an high level of performance, both for sport flying but for F3F competition too
Photo 20: The Orden in good company with the Penguin F3F from Jean Luc Foucher a home designed, milled and molded F3F plane with radical choices
Video 21: Another video with some onboard sequences
Photo 22: The author with his Orden few minutes before the maiden flight

The final word

Photo 23: RTGmodel’s Orden plan view. (image: RTGmodel)

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Pierre RONDEL

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I started to fly at slope 43 years ago, and practice F3F in competition at international level for more that 20 years. Slope flying is really an addiction !

The NEW R/C Soaring Digest

R/C Soaring Digest (RCSD) is a reader-written monthly publication for the R/C sailplane enthusiast and has been published since 1984.