What its all about

Way back in 2010 the CrazyBall RC plane was born.  Here is the original video for its reference. The original material was foamboard but EPP made for a much lighter , more durable and repairable airframe.  Standard 3mm Depron was also an option. The motor of choice was a popular lower KV Blue Wonder  swinging a 10″ prop. The  XPS Prop shroud/annular wing was needed to keep the EPP from deforming as  well as give extra thrust and lift.  One problem with the design was in a hard crash the prop would sometimes scoop the XPS foam and dig it out in grooves limiting the life of the shroud. Due to the light weight and multiple lifting areas, the 90 watt motor could easily power the CrazyBall at only half throttle never getting outside its amp limit as full throttle was only needed for radical manuevers.

   One of the  unique features of the CrazyBall was at half throttle, the plane actually flew like a free flight and with the battery in the lower novice position, it would fly as if it had a lot of dihedral and was quite stable. This uniqueness allowed one to not only launch it easily at half throttle but when in trouble, just release the controls at half throttle and the plane would simply right itself and continue flying  level rather than a crash.

   For the ‘pros’, the battery could be reinserted horizontal in the top of the battery slot making the craft not only symmetrical but balanced symmetrically as well. What aircraft can preform maneuvers in any direction with impunity? The CrazyBall was easily capable of most any 3D maneuver as well as a 4D candidate using variable pitch prop system for reverse pitch. There was also an inline twin motor version (sk’Eyeball) which did some excellent FPV work at slow hovering speeds when quads were in their infancy. You can see a video   

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Its just gets better! CrazyBall V2

Is it an Alien?In Dec ’11’ Version 2 was born . Depron Aero (3mm) was a lighter,  and prettier material which greatly improved performance. The prop cutouts were quietened and some light weight 6 mm EPP was used as reinforcements and extra lift in a Kf configuration.  Better decals (stickers) were utilized and the lighter weight made the CrazyBall great for indoor as well as outdoor flying. Unfortunately the only European manufacturer of the Depron Aero material decided that they were too busy with the floor underlayment industry to make any more material available for the model industry and ceased shipping to the US and there was only a limited amount left. This pretty much eliminated the V2. Really cheap small receivers and motors over time were improving but the CrazyBall needed to be a bit more universal so the site was taken down for a long wait on new technology and materials. The LED lighted CrazyBall created some excitement in the middle of the Grand Solar Eclipse we had a few years ago as well as a few fourth of July summer nights. Here is a link to one of the very early lighted CrazyBall with a tail  

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