Discussion in 'Hangar Flying' started by autoreply, Oct 20, 2011.
I've been enjoying this live feed from Lake Hood seaplane base in Anchorage Alaska.
Very interesting !
Varnished wood inside of the wing? Are Peter’s planes intended to last that long?
He is just taking his mums advice.
You know- always have clean underwear, just in case you get hit by a bus.
Peter seems to be transitioning from a You Tuber who was just hacking out something interesting, to capture an audience, to someone who quickly is learning about airplane design and construction techniques. I predict that he will eventually arrive at a design that will have appeal as a plans built HBA.
He is a good example of the future leaders of homebuilding.
Any trip to Anchorage should include a visit to Lake Hood. I’ve stayed at the hotel on the lake there, and have enjoyed airplanes coming overhead at 50 feet on final.
Thanks for the link.
I might have posted this one before...
But not this one...
Now since everyone liked Peter Siroli , his antics and growth into a more scientific method.....
I present a young bloke that has really hit the spot and invented and new design for a safety drone.
This young bloke even has a patent pending and will be a big deal. He has a very bright future.
Looks just like a proper sci fi machine, all it needs is laser guns and drop nets and.......
A lot of battery or a gas hybrid powerplant slung underneath.
For all those times you wish you had a radial engine.....
But only have a moped.
Turn up your sound
The Latest in high tech aircraft, twin engine, fadec control and full gyro stabilised auto pilot.
Cost $3000 to build
The pleasure of knowing you rolled your own- priceless
Just pray you don't throw a rod.........
Unluckily Brian passed away from a super rare disease within the last year. Airplane guy all around. Had the “Home Depot” airplane in Sport Aviation about 2-3 years ago; Fisher like. Worked in the best hobby shop in the city as a kid and was flying heavy jets as a living.
That is a sad loss to family and aviation.
A fun afternoon
How to land a Space Shuttle...
140 lbs makes it a good platform for electrics too. Nice work.
Willy Messerschmitt story:
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