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WOW – what a cool site!
I am president of our local AMA charter 151 in Marysville CA. I am doing research for classes that I will be teaching at a local high school, revolving around aviation theory as it relates to models and then radio control finishing with UAVs.
I would like permission to reprint some of the topics that you have explained so well.
cheers and blue skies
Dave you have my permission, a link back to my site would be nice. Your program sounds interesting, keep in touch.
Hey bill, I constructed a glider out of plastic plates, straws and tape
I am 13 years old and would like for you to rate the performance
Can I please have your email adress so I could send you the video
My email is email@example.com looking forward to your video.
I am building your Hydraulic arm for my school’s Multisubject Day Fair and I was wondering where I can find the syringes because I am not finding them anywhere. The project is due next week on the 23rd and I need to finish it, but I cannot find the syringes. Do you think you will be able to help me with it? I will be giving credit to you for the idea, of course.
Anywhere they sell farm supplies in the section for animals is where the syringes are found. Fleet Farm is where I found in Minnesota. I could send you some on Monday but not sure if it would arrive on time. Maybe look for veterinary supplies like this:
6 cc and 12 cc is what I used but not critical. Just that the 6 cc would fit under the straps I used.
How long do you think they would take to arrive? I was considering ordering them online but, I’m not finding the proper sizes.
Thank you for the link, we’ll be getting the syringes from there! Thank you so much!
Do the syringes have to 12cc and 6cc or can I use another size? I was considering using a 3cc and 1cc but I don’t know if that’ll work. Can you let me know?
Smaller syringes would not move the arm very far
Can you recommend a different size that would work?
I plan on using a 5 cc, instead of a 6 cc syringe, would that work?
I sure would think so.
I am looking for a wooden airplane that must be glued together w/ motor like from the 50’s=How much and do you have it ? Regards, DSally
Freeflight kits there are still a good number of wood kits available for radio control the selection is less. Sig Manufacturing I thinks still sells wood kits, Retro RC maybe. I will research this more.
On the Foamie Contest how do we submit scores, email, fax, snail and to whom? In addition, do we need to submit a picture of the aircraft?
The contact information is on Postal link http://ideas-inspire.com/postal-contests/
There is a scorecard in PDF format you can download. If you send me pictures I will update website with them firstname.lastname@example.org
You’re doing some great stuff. Found you via your Scienceguyorg Blog on the capacitor powered Flash Fighter. Please get in touch.
Editor, AeroModeller Magazine
I want to know how to wind/turn rubber ? i am using standard rubber band 1/8″ 4 loops, and 12” long from hook to propeller.
if i wind more than 400 turn with winder rubber broke. how it is possible to wind more than 500 or 700 turn ? if i strech rubber may be i can wind more but power will be much slow of propeler so my plane can not fly.
if any one have soluation of this problems pls mail me email@example.com
I am thinking you mean 4 strands which would be 2 loops. Stretch winding and lubricating the rubber with something like Armorall should allow you to get more winds in the rubber.
I like to buy 10 small DC motors to work as Wind Generator DC Current; DC Bulbs that lights with the generated DC Current. Can I use these motors in vertical position? Do you sell double shaft Small DC Motors? I like to know total price to supply these items at Runcorn WA7 2LL.
I am not selling anything but have some advertising links on my website to help with expenses. Discount Electronics is where I purchased motors. I would think you could run motors vertical.
Motors might have been from Electronic Goldmine.
Hi Bill! Just wondering if I could get in contact with you about one of your articles: http://ideas-inspire.com/battery-flight-times-for-the-syma-x5c-1-quadcopter/
I saw you had a battery charging section on it. I just released this blog post on lipo battery chargers: http://rcjudge.com/lipo-battery-charger/
Just wondering if you wanted to check it out and consider adding it as a resource to the page?
Dear Mr Kuhl,
Do you have any advice about how to build a rubber torque meter? I learning indoor plane building i would like to build or perhaps buy one.
I have never built one, this link might be of help.
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