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Feb 18, 2010, 01:19 PM
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OhioCombat links and information

I will be updating on a regular basis to help visitors find RCG based info on our products. The Ohio Combat product line is still intact and will remain so. The NewbreedRC is the next step in evolution as well as the sum of all my work over the years in CAD design and airfoil development.

I started OHC back in 2002 with the 22in Slingblade followed shortly there after with the 32in Guillotine.
Both were my original concept of designing small stable platforms with key design elements that could be scaled with minor modifications to achieve similar performance. As a result there is very little flight characteristic differences from the 22in to 52in.

With each progression of design I developed glassing techniques using various materials to provide addition crash resistance as well as higher performance capabilities. As will all processes there is an easier and quicker way. This is where I spend a lot of time and where you will benefit. As the techniques were developed they were initially time consuming and an easy way to keep people from attempting a build. As such I have simplified the process enough to ensure similar results and 1/3 the time without complicating it at the same time. None of these are knock offs of others work as To my knowledge I am the only one who keeps this open source free for anyone to use and continue to develop on their own.The reason is that no one person holds all the answers or perfect application for each individual build.

My overall goal is to always provide an affordable quality product and performance second to none.
All designs are developed using CAD as well as using set guidelines to ensure the geometry of the wing is intact from start to finish.This is the very reason I can state specific CG positions and custom tailor layouts based on the customers equipment. Hindsight and trial and error are not good design elements and why I take the additional effort and develop the designs under such strict ,controlled guidelines.

With the start-up of NewbreedRC and original product development Ohio Combat I will soon be incorporated to help eliminate some confusion. I will always take additional steps or make an effort at controlling the end cost to the customer. I have switch foam suppliers and made every attempt to ensure a similar product was used in the end product. Packaging is also a consideration especially with ARF's. Because I build custom boxes my customers are not taxed with a high shipping charge. 32in. wings are usually $10 -$15 and 42in. wings have averaged less than $20 state side. All in all from the kits to the ARF's the attention to detail,packaging and completeness are difficult to be compared to.There is however always room for improvement and also the very reason I continue to pursue better more efficient way to achieve the same result without sacrifice in any aspect.

Thanks for stopping in ,

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