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Old Jul 08, 2008, 09:53 AM
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Just looking around at other videos on the 'net I come up with less on Precision 3D vs the rest.

Might consider

Canopy Landings?
Here it's is

BONEDOC 3D CLINIC SPECIAL - CANOPY LANDINGS
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Old Jul 08, 2008, 10:25 AM
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Nice Josh....over, & over & over....poor old SHP

My main problem with the other video is the size of the file. I know, I know....all you broadband, VIOS, DSL guys must be wondering ????

Well...here on our mountaintop in good ol West-By-God-Virginia it took me 37 minutes to download Josh's video And they call this "high speed"

Some day we'll get upgraded
Earle
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Old Jul 08, 2008, 10:30 AM
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That is a good job on a homemade tray. However, I had to chuckle because it just looks like a car seat for the TX Strap it in the backseat away from the airbags!

Josh, what is the next maneuver on the list?

Diggs
Lol Diggs I should 'update' pictures of my tray....it's alot different than in that picture Looks a little more 'professional'

-Dave
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Old Jul 08, 2008, 11:00 AM
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I was wondering when that vid would surface. That was a fun day. I believe that was where we coined the "Bonedoc" landing

Brett
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Old Jul 08, 2008, 11:27 PM
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Yep... forever dooming the "BoneDoc" term to something humorous and goofy?

Why can't it be like "the Hempel"???? .
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Old Jul 09, 2008, 10:10 AM
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I added a new video.. It was actually the first take, so in part, I was still figuring things out. But there are hints about making turns, etc, that will be worth watching. Not to mention a hint on what inverted harrier clinic will look like .
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Old Jul 09, 2008, 11:15 AM
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Thanks Josh,

More great info.

I think it also shows how well the transparent Tx helps when watching a training video. As long as the plane is close enough you can see both at the same time, but with a PIP you can only watch one thing at a time.

Thanks Again and don't forget to thank your wife for us.

keep up the great work

Rob
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Old Jul 09, 2008, 12:18 PM
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Very very good videos and that was a nice smooth landing on the second one in the wind . I think I'm liking the second videos format a little better but both are a job well done and both are saved to my computer. Keep em comin.
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Old Jul 09, 2008, 07:31 PM
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Thanks guys,

Pimp.. I always believe that a smooth landing is a must for 3D pilots. It help convince those naysayers that we do fly the plane, and that we have full authority and control of the aircraft at all times, not just flopping it around .


I posted this in the Slick thread, but it's worth mentioning, so here it is.


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Guys,

I got a couple of more flights on the Slick.... man this plane flies so well, that it messes with my plan to show what I need to do on my 3D clinic .

For example, Clinic #1, I was trying to rock the Slick back and forth to show that overcontrolling will induce wing rock. Much to my dismay, the Slick didn't do that , which forced me to say... "well, the Slick is such a stable design that is well dampened, that it doesn't rock."

Case #2, I was trying to show how goosing the throttle can induce wing rock... Again the Slick failed to win rock with throttle goosing, which prompted the comment, "Well, I guess with smaller prop you won't notice the rock as much."

Case #3, On the KE Spin Clinic, I was doing just rudder to show that you need to add some left aileron ... Again, the Slick failed me by doing a perfect KE spin with rudder and down elevator.

Case #4, On the Blender Clinic, I was going to show how full down and full right rudder will give good spin, but not perfectly flat.
.... yes, you can guess again. The Slick "failed" me again, buy doing a near perfectly flat - flat spin without aileron input.

... if I keep this up, I might need to fly another plane to show people how to make corrections on their 3D flight .
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Old Jul 09, 2008, 10:01 PM
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These are great videos. Method 2 with the TX in the lower right is better IMHO. Great flying and instruction.
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Old Jul 09, 2008, 11:55 PM
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Great Video

Josh,
I know it's been said before but thought I'd say it again. Awsome video and instruction. Really like the Tx overlaid on the plane footage. It really does help being able to see both. Looking forward to more clinics. Thanks

Randy
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Old Jul 10, 2008, 03:21 AM
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Thanks Randy. I'm glad that they're helpful for you.

Here's the second installment of the BoneDoc 3D Clinic

BoneDoc's 3D Clinic #2: KE Spins & Blenders
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Old Jul 10, 2008, 07:24 PM
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Thanks Randy. I'm glad that they're helpful for you.

Here's the second installment of the BoneDoc 3D Clinic

BoneDoc's 3D Clinic #2: KE Spins & Blenders
Doc you might want to list these at the top and just say new video added when you post one. This way they are all at the top.

Another great vid and narrow escape with the battery!!!
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Old Jul 11, 2008, 12:13 AM
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I think when I posted "New Video", I was referring to the second upright harrier video . As for the battery, Someone must be looking out for me. I don't think she would've taken one more tumble .
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Old Jul 15, 2008, 06:56 PM
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Fantastic video Josh!

I just got my first 3D plane and was looking for training vidios. I was listing to ATTF and heard about you. I hope we will see more.

Rick
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