- May 16, 2009
I get that, but what also annoys me about it is that the locking force is lower when the flaps are down, right when the maximum aerodynamic force is pushing the lever forward. If it was the other way around it would feel better! I will make another new one and if it proves to not be right I can put the original one back inIf it were me I'd leave it. The tactile feed back seems like a positive feature because it lets you know by feel where the flap lever is going.
Sometimes annoying things are useful.
You don't have to be silent!Silently lurking, now.
Love to hear you engineer out loud; it is getting my CriCri juices running
Decided I like your all-alodined look.
CNC is another whole hobby in itself! When you finally get around to the CriCri project, feel free to fire any questions you have my way.I have been ramping up my CNC and machining skills. My son is graduating from High School and is an Eagle Scout, so we are going to Oregon for 1 week next week where he lives. Day job and other (many projects) need to happen, so CriCri is pushed back for now, and I have SO little time currently. I gave myself a treat and read a couple pages here; thank you SO much for documenting your adventure. At least I can come read here at any time. Installing a Gecko G540 at work on the bosses 6040, and my USB 6040 is running good also. Excellent work on your machine.