This block is to use in Robbe helicopters, as third block supporting the main shaft. This will prevent any free flex between the frames.
The successor to the original Beam E4 is the Beam E4 V2 Advance Flybar or FBL( CHOICE)
No reverse engineering, just forward thinking
If your looking for a Heli that is not just a poor clone of an existing design, the new Beam E4 was made just for you Features
From the first CAD drawing, Beam engineers set out to design the E4 to be a stand alone design that was not just different, but better than the leading competitor both in design, quality and performance. A no holds barred, no options required approach was declared.
Beam designers started by developing a wide spaced main frame, rather than the conventional stacked frame layout to reduce parts count and overall weight.
Next, they developed an improved tail belt drive design that runs the belt via a large diameter main pulley for reduced belt drag, and noise. Idler pulleys keep the belt from slipping during even the toughest 3D maneuvers. Dual 1-way bearings were then added to the aluminum auto hub to remove gear slop and complete the bullet proof drive-train.
With the frame system completed, Beam engineers next moved to improve the main and tail rotor systems. On the Main Rotor system, they went with an all metal Swashplate with adjustable lower Swashplate ring so your Beam would never develop a sloppy feel.
Designers then focused on the Main rotor head, where they developed the all metal head to include High-G 3D thrust bearings and dampeners as standard. There would be no tracking issues here at Beam, regardless of head speed. While they were at it, they added dual ball bearings to all the mixing levers, bringing the total bearing count to 33.
On to the tail rotor where they designed an ingenious 1 piece aluminum tail case for reduced weight and ease of maintenance. Add ball bearing metal tail grips with metal pitch slider and pitch plate, and you have a solid tail for maximized gyro hold.
As the final touch, Beam added their unbreakable landing struts to protect your E4 from the hardest of autos.
So put away your outdated dinosaur 450 and step up to the innovative new Beam E4. We think you'll be glad you did.
There are alot more smaller but very important feature sets that i haven’t run through here but just as an example, is the washout link new screws that hold it in place as opposed to standard screws.
At Beam, doing things better is not just a concept, it's a reality.
Canopy for Robbe Nano Loop