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Old Sep 12, 2005, 07:41 PM
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Show Us The Coolest Thing You Have Come Across Or Made In The Past Week.


I think this should be a Sticky myself but lets see how well it does first.

Coolest thing i have found latley is the Mugi EVO. It has been out awhile but they have now found a way to send it WORLDWIDE for under 8 dollars U.S.!!
It is all pre cut. All you do is follow instructions on how to "fold" it. www.mugi.co.uk.

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Old Sep 12, 2005, 10:11 PM
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I saw a guy flying a dual-motor controlled Walmart foam glider this evening. He had a wireless A/V setup that was a bit too heavy for his plane so we taped it to my Switchback and I did a few circuits with the CG about 1" off. So we basically got some really nice 45 degree harrier footage of the clouds.

I guess this doesn't really answer your post topic, oh well I just admire R/C hackers. I haven't been in the hobby long enough to get into the hacking phase.
Old Sep 13, 2005, 09:27 AM
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I thought the Mugi was made out of depron originally. It's been a long time sisnce I visited their site and the Evo is new. Took me awhile to work out that twinwall was that plastic sign material that spads are made of. Nice looking plane, might have to build one soon.
Old Sep 13, 2005, 01:23 PM
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The Twinwall they are using is thinner than what you can get at your local Harware store. I am sure you could make that stuff work though


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Old Sep 13, 2005, 01:27 PM
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Alright then!!!

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Old Sep 13, 2005, 06:50 PM
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I sneezed into a Kleenex and it looked like Osama Bin Laden, maybe I'll put it up for sale on Ebay.


Here's the coolest thing I've found this week airplane related....
Old Sep 13, 2005, 07:20 PM
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Thanks Usta. Once again you have clinched it.
Old Sep 13, 2005, 07:22 PM
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Oh, so you show the picture of Spaceship One, but no Osama mucas face in a tissue. That aint right!
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Old Sep 13, 2005, 08:55 PM
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Uhhh

I am thinking more RC Related.

Nothing from nose, mouth,ears,or eyes ...this `s Ezone not Sesame street


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Old Sep 14, 2005, 01:06 AM
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Oh, so you show the picture of Spaceship One, but no Osama mucas face in a tissue. That aint right!
Aw man, you know how those fanatics are, if I show a picture of it tomorrow evening I'll have 100 Taliban camped out in my yard holding a candlelight vigil.
Old Sep 14, 2005, 10:59 AM
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Aw man, you know how those fanatics are, if I show a picture of it tomorrow evening I'll have 100 Taliban camped out in my yard holding a car bomb vigil.
Old Sep 14, 2005, 12:10 PM
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Here's the coolest thing I've found this week airplane related....
Actually that's the cockpit view form the carrier aircraft, the White Knight. SS1's N-number is 328KF (upper right hand dash.)

http://www.scaled.com/projects/tiero...flight_general


Note: WK and SS1 both have identical cockpit layouts. This was intentional so that the SS1 descent profile could be flown and tested before actually building and flying SS1. Also for ommonality in parts, etc.
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Old Sep 14, 2005, 12:11 PM
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2003 Centennial of Powered Flight DVDSet
Edited: 2 Feb 2005 at: 11:57
Order this DVD set of 6

This is a one of a kind, six DVD set that contains the Oral History from Test Pilots that made aviation history. All methods of payment will be accepted. The DVD Table of Contents includes:



DVD 1 - Moderator: David Hartman


Historical Flying Machine Gustave Whitehead No 21
Horst Philipp


In-Flight Simulation:AIAA 2003 Wright Flyer
Maj. Michael Jansen / Capt. Timothy Jorris



Panel Discussion
A. Scott Crossfield-Wright Flyer Replica
Vern Jobst / Edward P. Kolano:Spirit of St. Louis Replica


DVD 2:Moderator: David Hartman
Replica of the Clement Aders Eole Aircraft
Claudius La Burthe



Sound Barrier
Robert L. Cardenas, Robert A. Hoover, Charles E. Yeager
X-15/Lifting Bodies
A. Scott Crossfield, William H. Dana, Joe H. Engle, W. J. “Pete” Knight,
Cecil W. Powell, R. Dale Reed, Robert M. White


DVD 3:Moderator: David Hartman / Dr. Richard P. Hallion


General / Commercial Aviation
John E. Cashman:Boeing 777, James R. Gannett - Boeing 707,
Paul B. MacCready, Jr.:Gossamer Condor/Albatross,
Peter T. Reynolds:Learjet Model 28, Burt Rutan, Scaled Composites



Vertical Flight
Robert G. Ferry:XV-3, Jack C. Jackson - Harrier,
Jesse P. Jacobs:XC-142, Stanley J. Kakol: X-22A,
Donald R. Segner:Vertol 76, Drury W. WoodO31



DVD 4:Moderator: Dr. Richard P. Hallion

Modern Fighters
Patrick M. Experton – Mirage, Stig Holmström – Gripen,
John E. Krings:F-15/F-18, Philip F. Oestricher:F-16,
Robert K. Smyth:F-14



Carrier Aviation
William C. Bowes, Eric Brown, , Kurt C. Schroeder


DVD 5 - Moderator: David Hartman
Fast and Heavy Iron
Stanley P. Butchart:B-29, Fitzhugh L. Fulton:B-58,
Robert A. Rivers – Concorde/TU-44, Guy M. Townsend:B-52,
Alvin S. White:XB-70



Black World
Richard S. Couch - B-2, Ken Dyson – Have Blue/Tacit Blue,
James D. Eastham:YF-12A, Robert J. Gilliland:SR-71,
Thomas A. Morgenfeld:F-117, Kenneth W. Weir:U-2





DVD 6 - Moderator: David Hartman


Mercury / Gemini / Apollo Astronauts
Buzz Aldrin, Ph.D., Vance D. Brand , M. Scott Carpenter,
Michael Collins, Eugene A. Cernan, James A. Lovell



Space Shuttle
Robert L. Crippen, C. Gordon Fullerton,
Fitzhugh L. Fulton, Jr., Richard H. Truly

I bought these for a friend, after watching them I had to buy some for myself.
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Uhhh

I am thinking more RC Related.
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Old Sep 14, 2005, 01:29 PM
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What the HECK is that?

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