I am new to the forum, and new to aviation all together. I have really enjoyed all the different posts and pieces of information that have been great to soak up.
I spent years as a mechanic through high school and college to pay for school, and after that spent one college summer working and repairing airplanes at a hanger. I have a technical background.
I was wondering if someday I could message you with some ideas that I have been mulling over. I am designing and building a 3d printer and hopefully a small wind tunnel unit to build and test out some of my ideas. After that, I would build an RC model to test.
I would love to get your perspective. You would be under no obligation to respond super fast. I know you're busy.
Anyway, I have enjoyed your posts, and your feedback to some of my threads even.
Oh, don't worry, it won't be. A few words and some links at best. In fact you could find most of it with the <likes received> and <likes given> buttons to the left of this message. You can also find a lot of FW information in my attachments on RCG
Ya u got my point Norman, I am deeply concerned about the flimsy looking structural members of the X air Falcon an AN-4 bolt which is only 6mm in diameter is used hold the wing strut, am totally scared at the structural integrity of this plane. Do u know any one who owns an Indian built X air-Falcon.
Nice to hear from you Norman, I've flown in an X-Air Falcon in a near by ultralight flying school, then I analysed the bolt sizes and the fastenings, then was shocked they are prity **** light for its strength requirements, Was planing to buy an X-Air but worried wether the plane will be strong enough to fly for years to gether while pushing it to high G's often, can u help me have a better understanding on this please.