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Springer Tug with 360° Schottel
« on: August 04, 2010, 22:42:59 »
Hallo

my Name is Hans from Germany (Saarbrücken). I have Build a a Springer Tug with 360° Schottel drive. My freind Hans from Switzerland has build the mechanic and the Boat and i have build the electronic steering for the Radio an for the Schottel Servo. Electronic and mechanic is complete home made. The is the experimental platform to test the concept. In the future electronic and mechanic is planned for the Wilhemine from the harbour of Hamburg.

On the Vierwaldstätter See we have mad the Mayden Trip, in german "Jungfernfahrt".

Schottel-Test Video

The Mayden Trip.





































Salu Hans

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Re: Springer Tug with 360° Schottel
« Reply #1 on: August 04, 2010, 22:55:25 »
Welcome aboard HBose. Your springer looks superb and those engines and beautifully done internals really look superb.  :) :) :)

If you go to your profile, you can add your location so we all know where you are in the world, after all we really are a global forum..
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Re: Springer Tug with 360° Schottel
« Reply #2 on: August 05, 2010, 12:50:22 »
Your springer looks superb
Superb  :o
it's nothing more than a box!

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Re: Springer Tug with 360° Schottel
« Reply #3 on: August 05, 2010, 13:09:55 »
That's the beauty of a Springer! They capture the interest of many - number of posts/threads are up there.

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Re: Springer Tug with 360° Schottel
« Reply #4 on: August 05, 2010, 23:00:35 »
Hallo

the Tug is an experimental plattform to test the mechanic and the electronic. A cabine is allready made. We havent used the cabine during the mayden trip to better control the mechanic.

Here are cabine pictures:

 





Salu Hans

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Re: Springer Tug with 360° Schottel
« Reply #5 on: August 06, 2010, 01:51:10 »
Hi HBose
Just seen your pictures on the site and those schottle units look superb that you've built what scale have you built it to?
How easy was it to set the electronics so as to get a unit that revolves through 360 degrees the unit thats sitting on top of your units what are they a motor to revolve the schottle unit???

Lovely job / project

Regards
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Re: Springer Tug with 360° Schottel
« Reply #6 on: August 06, 2010, 02:07:25 »
Hallo Kevin

the Servomotor is from a clima steering for cars, only the mechanic. The position is resolved with an concatless magnetic angle resolver, in the radio control is the same resolver installed. On the Servo are two boards. The lower is the H-Bridge for the Servo and magnetic field detector. The upper Board is for v-reg an the µProz.

The scale is 1:25. The Tug is only build for testing the electronic and the mechanic. The next ship is the Wilhelmine from Hamburg harbor.

Video from the Testequipement : http://www.hamatro.ch/RC-Schottel/Demo-3.wmv



Salu Hans
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Re: Springer Tug with 360° Schottel
« Reply #7 on: August 06, 2010, 11:31:43 »
O MY Thats took springers to another level :o.
Very impressive :) :).HBose

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Re: Springer Tug with 360° Schottel
« Reply #8 on: August 10, 2010, 06:34:58 »
Amazing work, Hans. you are quite a craftsman. Those first pictures of the lake are breathtaking. What a great place to live.
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Re: Springer Tug with 360° Schottel
« Reply #9 on: August 10, 2010, 07:06:02 »
Hallo

thanks.

We are two person in the project, i have say this in my first post in this thread.

- Hans from Gersau / Switzerland (Mechanic and Woodwork) IT-Specialist for www.hamatro.ch

- Hans from Saarbrücken / Germany  (Electronic and Software) IT-Specialist for www.smart.com

It's important for me to say this. It's not a project of one person, we are a team of two persons with the same name  ;).

The region of Vierwaldstätter See is a lovely place. With more than 100 Years old Steamboots on the sea in line operation.

Steamboat "Gallia"


Steam engine of "Luzern"


Steam engine of "Luzern"


From the mayden trip there are Video with the two "Hänsjer".  ;)

Mayden Trip 18-07-2010

I work at the moment on a speed controller for the Prop-Motor. The normal boat speed controller with two directions are not so good for the steering. It's a speed controller with PWM regulation and MOSFET driver, controlled with a ATTINY45 µProz..

Here are the schematic:



The board layout:


The Prototyp:


The Housing:


Salu Hans
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Re: Springer Tug with 360° Schottel
« Reply #10 on: August 10, 2010, 09:24:21 »
That is one fine steam engine. Thanks.
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Re: Springer Tug with 360° Schottel
« Reply #11 on: August 17, 2010, 04:48:02 »
Hallo

Hans from Switzerland has build a Website for the Schottelproject. It's in german, but Google helps to translate. ;)

http://translate.google.de/translate?hl=de&sl=de&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.rc-schottel.ch

Salu Hans