|Nov 23, 2013, 01:32 PM|
Joined Sep 2003
Better to use an engine on this one because you would be limited by your arm strength for both pressing and chinning. The leverage would not be in your favor and your leg strength could not be fully applied.
|Nov 26, 2013, 05:29 PM|
Germany, BY, Gräfelfing
Joined Jan 2003
with this configuration the max Force is not the max Force a Human can produce .Better is to attatch a holder on the shoulder of the Pilot an use both legs an both arms together to press the middle wing part up to Flap the whole wing down to produce lift.
Notice ,If you want to press away big thing ,it is best to do it with arm- and legpower together,parallel. In your drawing the Force is serial with a long stroke.
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