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OXY HELI is part of the Lynx Heli Innovations Upgrade Heli Division own by Luca Invernizzi. After over 10 years of incredible upgrade experience and 5 years since the first OXY 3 changed how people looked at micro helicopters, now is time for the first BIG OXY HELI, the OXY 5.
Thanks to the feedback from the upgrade market, we gained our unique consolidated design, manufacturing practices, access to the best materials, a huge team of enthusiasts and test pilots from all over the world, and a powerful distributor network. Lynx Heli decided to meet the markets demand for high performance helicopters by forming Oxy Helicopters.
Everybody follows the wide frame philosophy for some mechanical reason, but Luca chose the opposite direction. Super slim upper main frame (only 35mm inner frame) with a necessary lower enlarged frame for different battery needs. To define that vision, he must overcome many vibration and resonance, but in the end the result is an astonishing rigid, strong, lightweight and clean looking frame. Every assembly situation was revised many times. Reduction of screws count, overlapping layer components, smart battery tray with mechanical lock, elimination of main shaft collar with a sliding lower bearing block system yeilded a simple adaptive design. Following the user manual, you can easily get all the wiring inside for a clean pro-build, because the details are so important when we love what we fly. We should also empathize our R&D heli design approach: We test our heli’s not only in the air, but our process also follows the after the crash analysis to minimizing the damage by reducing the impact energy, saving the core of the heli. Crashes are an unplanned event we all have unfortunately, but it is part of the game. Heli must be designed to fly with perfection, but be quick to repair without a huge expense. Crashes are part of our game, “no pain, no gain”. As they say, not crashing? You’re not pushing for improvement. Anything can be damage, but we truly believe that an adaptive design method can like in the car industry, define what we want to save, and form a pilot experience. Luca chose the upper frame with all the expensive electronics to be saved. Sacrifying other areas that are easy and low-cost to replace.
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