The MC1-1D is a manoeuvrable parachute assembly designed by the United States Army in 1988 from the basic MC1-1B canopy. This tried and tested design is used primarily for premeditated jumps where a precision soft landing in a small target area is necessary.
While Aerodyne might utilise some of the main design constructs of the original design. Our engineers have chosen to opt for MIL-C-5040 T2 Low porosity 1.1oz Ripstop Nylon as a Canopy Material.
The stitch itself utilises reinforcement zigzag stitching was added for main seams.
The Difference between Traditional Models MC1-1C & MC1-1D?
MC1-1C: Standard configuration which incorporates a low porosity canopy cloth PIA-C-44378.
MC1-1D: Incorporates the new Universal Static Line with Static Line Snap.
|TYPE PARACHUTE:||10% Extended Skirt|
|NOMINAL DIAMETER:||35ft (10.7m)|
|NUMBER OF GORES:||30|
|CANOPY MATERIAL:||MIL-C-44378 T1|
|1.1oz Ripston Nylon|
|SUSPENSION LINE MATERIAL:||MIL-C-5040 T2|
|SUSPENSION LINE LENGTH:||22ft (6.7m)|
|SUSPENSION LINE TENSILE STRENGTH:||400lbs (181 kg)|
|STATIC LINE:||Universal Static Line (USL)|
|STATIC LINE 360°:||7.7 Sec|
|ASSEMBLY WEIGHT:||29lbs (13kg)|
|MAX EXIT WEIGHT:||360lbs (163kg)|
|MAX EXIT SPEED:||150 KEAS|
|OPERATIONAL EXIT ALTITUDE:||500ft AGL|
|RATE OF DESCENT:|