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Member postings for Sean Eltringham

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Thread: New TN 70" Spitty
14/10/2010 21:55:24
Hello one and all.
 
I work in a college and have persuaded (it wasn't hard) the lecturers in the Carpentry & Joinery Dept' to let the students build the TN 70" Spit as a project over the duration of the course.  This will not be a flying model, but more a test of the skills they have learnt with a very different outcome to normal (although they do build a fine full size rowing boat!). The end result will probably be more bare skeleton than skinned as this shows as much of the work as possible.
 
What I would like to do is post a build thread as the project progress'. But as the Dept's plane building and my own scratch build experience is low (3yr old half built pogostick as proof) I need as many build photos as possible to help them along.
 
So if anyone is having a bash at this fine plane and hasn't already posted some pics they have taken I would greatly appreciate a look at them.
 
Sean

Thread: Tony Nihuis B50
21/04/2010 12:55:24
The B50 appears in pictures of the day on the Telegraph website.
 

Edited By David Ashby - RCME Administrator on 21/04/2010 13:19:00

Thread: Name the new Britflight plane
29/10/2009 16:25:56
Britannia
Thread: Win a Gibbs Guide to Li-Po batteries!
19/06/2009 08:35:55
I'm in and so is my wife!
Thread: Enter our caption comp' here and win a prize!
24/03/2009 11:28:54
Paul knew that one day soon he would have to buy an electronic plane locator! 
Thread: Pick a plane 2009
26/02/2009 14:32:12

1. BN Islander
 
2. Lysander
 
3. Javelin
 
Thread: The November Grand Prize Draw
01/11/2008 12:37:00
yes please!
Thread: The October Grand Prize Draw
01/10/2008 09:51:00
pick me! pick me!
Thread: Win a brushless motor and ESC
18/09/2008 08:38:00
she's purdy! i'm in.
Thread: The September Grand Prize Draw
06/09/2008 11:36:00
i'm in!
Thread: The August Grand Prize Draw
01/08/2008 11:46:00
I'm in !
Thread: The July Grand Prize Draw
30/06/2008 12:47:00
Over here son, on me head!
Thread: The June Grand Prize Draw
31/05/2008 17:08:00
i'm in!
Thread: Fancy a new JR DSX-9 2.4GHz?
28/05/2008 00:19:00
It could be me!
Thread: Right thrust.
21/05/2008 17:03:00

Bill

As I understand it, it is to counter act the torque from the prop and allows the plane to track straight.

Thread: Prop size vs amp draw
21/05/2008 16:53:00
Sorry, I hadn't tested it when I posted the link, but your right it seems way off!
Thread: Right thrust.
21/05/2008 15:05:00

Thanks David.

I didnt fancy launching a flying crab. If yours flew fine i'll give it a go.

By the way,  your review of the plane in RCM&E makes a handy addition to the instruction manual whilst building.

Thread: Prop size vs amp draw
21/05/2008 14:43:00

The link from google doesn't work, it looks like the Hobson site is no longer available.

But I did find a useful spreadsheet (thanks to PaulF on rcuniverse) that will do the same thing .

http://www.flindt.us/planes/prop_performance.xls

Sean

Thread: Right thrust.
21/05/2008 14:06:00

Hello all.

I'm currently putting together an Seagull Decathlon EP. After fitting the motor to the mount and attaching it to the firewall, I noticed that there didn't seem to be any right/down thrust on the motor. In fact with the prop on it looks like it actually has about 1 degree of up thrust. 

Should I had the right/down thrust with washers on the motor mount or does anyone have a solution to this already?

I'd appreciate some help with this please.

Sean

Thread: The May Grand Prize Draw
01/05/2008 15:55:00
I'm in!
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