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Posted by Captain Canardly | May 19, 2010 @ 03:13 AM | 15,285 Views
Just a bit more progress with camera hounds helping!
Posted by Captain Canardly | May 06, 2010 @ 01:12 AM | 15,094 Views
I had to Put Sir Regis on hold a bit, as the weather is breaking to warm stuff here minnesnooter!
finally getting to the fun parts! aliphatic TiteBond 3 for the rudder mating, down to the home stretch!
Posted by Captain Canardly | Mar 26, 2010 @ 08:40 PM | 14,754 Views
OK I'm getting very close to completion of CAD work - what a distracted year!
Posted by Captain Canardly | Jan 24, 2009 @ 09:56 PM | 14,506 Views
The smallest number I can find is 137 different layouts of things to do.
here's a photo of a couple.
As per RC Airnut's request, the Arado-- comes out to a fuse 60" long, 6" dia and 45" wingspan/463 squares
Posted by Captain Canardly | Jul 18, 2008 @ 11:46 AM | 16,200 Views
Here is the newest;
Sir Regis: A 3 meter (120") Sig Riser mod from New Zealand, Washington New York, Pennsylvania and Minnesota
fuselage to be posted later, as there are 4 types (3 types) as of 12/05/08
Posted by Captain Canardly | Jun 19, 2008 @ 02:27 AM | 12,447 Views
I'm having so much fun learning the last few weeks, I'm surprised I haven't
hurt myself!
Gorgeous new job with an Outstanding team of people! I found a new tutorial from IMSI that gave me a nudge, and an excellent explanation of groups/layers by one of our outstanding programmers in ONE sentence!
here's proof of progress
http://advancetool.com/
Posted by Captain Canardly | May 06, 2008 @ 04:25 PM | 11,631 Views
Now i have a newly cleaned building surface, and more overtime, and a new drawing--let's start cutting wood for the wing
-- and here is the first overlay of woodworks
Posted by Captain Canardly | Apr 18, 2008 @ 10:42 PM | 11,604 Views
After the explosion created by overloading a trailing, we will travel the farthest journey yet
A redraw of the leading edge joints, better rib thickness (and foil) and microscopic accuracy of vertexes has already awarded us with a more clear view. whether flying the real deal, building, designing or flying, my trying to lie to myself that a stress reducer in a stressed environment is only a difficult task at best. Let's try this again!!
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observe the drawings to start.
I will setup for laser just in case---
and now, the...Continue Reading
Posted by Captain Canardly | Jun 15, 2007 @ 09:07 AM | 12,708 Views
I got a little ahead of myself, in setting up a handlaunch size bird, but have a clue how to stuff this 40mm fan upon thus skinny kid!
Now to put gooder thinker to work!
Canard accuation like this
design has been scrapped due to not enough room to pack all the goodies!!
Posted by Captain Canardly | May 30, 2007 @ 10:35 AM | 11,511 Views
What a Pleasant surprise! My oldest daughter, Jenny showed up, and added to the collection of Family! The newest addition is Slammer, a Beagle Boxer mix who is a little faster than Lady. 33yr old camera is still neccessary for flight shots till I get really rich!...Continue Reading
Posted by Captain Canardly | May 17, 2007 @ 08:26 AM | 11,472 Views
It's a little past New Year's but here's my new resolutions"
Super fine is the new rule of the day, and the name change will now be Windey! Now that I can draw a curve properly, "Sarah" will have the looks She deserves!!
Posted by Captain Canardly | May 05, 2007 @ 06:47 AM | 10,492 Views
gettin' it figured out!
was bummin' about Sarah- my Grandaughter, made the week go slow, but ( the bird) is almost ready!
Posted by Captain Canardly | Apr 29, 2007 @ 03:40 AM | 10,235 Views
Sometimes a n item or person needs be properly shook!
1) first Turbo Cad import
2)Craig Lamasch, Hobby Lobby dealer, gettin HIS shakedown!
3)3 cell power need some adjusting- slight frequency vibes at 2 settings, will "fix" with a pair of 6-32 ny bolts
4) multi color- pilots' (hopeful view of color!
Posted by Captain Canardly | Apr 10, 2007 @ 10:11 AM | 10,441 Views
Give it a go!!
Posted by Captain Canardly | Apr 08, 2007 @ 05:20 AM | 9,945 Views
Well, getting settled in/ a covered wing, now to move to finishing;
I'll do this the Bill Kubiak way--
1) start with computed Center of Gravity location pic1

2) obtain total "empty" airframe C. G. pic2

3) using moment arm calculations, establish locations for components with moment arm residing @ Center of Gravity (Finished) X total weight for moment arm needed.
4) pay no attention tothe man behind the curtain! this is atrialrun to locate what parts of fuse tops can be permanent, and finding access locations!

5) First run at Spreadsheet- will edit for proper format/ info
6) these are my firstdigital photos with an eternalfilm can!