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Thank you for the follow Engineer Allen. Very impressed .
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Thanks for the follow! You have a nice youtube channel.
thanks, i have a lot to add to it when i get the time to video my recent projects
thanks for the follow EngineerAllen!
Thank you for following my project!
thats ok :)
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Thanks for following my project: #$1/W True MPPT.
At least gliders have no engine to fail and I like the mental challenge of finding thermals to stay aloft. What's your passion
with RC planes i always have trouble at long distance, i lose orientation, they become so tiny
I don't know how people do it.
I want to build a small flying agile FPV system i can take places as a tourist and explore the environment from above
thanks for the follow, I also fly model planes and I used to fly full size gliders. Currently designing some new small Arduino projects to hopefully inspire pupils at the local grammar school.
thanks, are gliders more difficult to fly?
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Hi Allen. Thanks for the follow.
I have a question about my project but I do not want to post it yet for all to see just yet. If you can email me so I can pick your brain and get some most needed help.
Thanks hope to be in contact with you soon.
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Thanks for following, Allen!
Thanks for following!
Good morning Allen, Thank you for following my little cardboard computer project :-) My brother was big into r/c but I could not control any aircraft unless I was sitting in it :-)
I'm sure thats much more fun though
'What was fun was when I flew my ultralight up to 11 thousand feet over Miami back in the 80's :-) Great view.....
wow i'd love to go to miami
Hey Allen, thank you for the follow. I am honoured sir! :-)
That's an interesting craft you have there. Not the one you're standing in front of with a big grin lol, yours I mean... Do all the props rotate around the chassis' X axis independently then, I take it by fixed wing it wont have control surfaces?
I dont even want to ask about the other one... Please tell me thats not on your CV lol, I'll have to ask for your autograph...
fixed wing just means regular airfoils such as Tsagi 10
They would be wings placed on the sides of the large coaxial rotor and they would have control surfaces (ailerons)
When I make the 2nd version this year it will have the wings
Thank you Allen, for your interest in my project!
Hello fellower creative inventor, thank you for the follow!
Howdy! Thanks for the follow!
Hi Allen - Thanks for the follow!
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