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Member postings for Luther Oswalt

Here is a list of all the postings Luther Oswalt has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.

Thread: Ask..Peter Miller
11/04/2013 21:08:00

Peter - Could you tell which AirFoil you used on the Harmony?



Thread: New Shed
06/04/2013 18:15:49

Hi Olly,

Is that Huffing and Puffing noise I hear coming from afar you builting your Shed and, of course, the Garden Shed?


02/04/2013 15:01:06


You are making progress no matter the pain so to speak! I notice that some sheds are insulated and some are not, so, do you all heat the sheds. I would think you would, tho you guys are a heardy lot!


Thread: More computer confusion.
31/03/2013 15:36:07

I have not loaded TWAIN in many years. If it is usb, then, just do as Martian said above. Happy Easter!


Thread: Favourite old engines
17/03/2013 17:54:12

Perhaps the best of all for me were Arden .09 and .19 Glo Engines. The most flown were many Fox 35 stunt engines ... they are great engines! and don't forget the Cox .049s!


Thread: Happy St. Patrick's Day
17/03/2013 16:39:44

And a Happy Birth Day to all Engineers!


Thread: New Shed
07/03/2013 14:45:53


You are going to have a very nice shop. I hope all goes as you plan!


25/02/2013 17:51:51

Way to GO .... We'll be smelling Diesel soon!

26/01/2013 16:50:03

Olly - Did you get the big tree out? Any problems?


Thread: Cleaning a weather beaten engine.
07/11/2012 15:55:06

Dennis - be sure to use an aluminum friendly antifreeze!


Thread: Table Top Circular Saw
21/10/2012 03:54:46

Here is an unbelievable saw that I have never heard anything bad about! The accuracy is to the extreme for a wood working tool even of the hobby type.

This site operator also sells plywood jigs that use magnetics ... he now uses the Byrnes Saw! 

Not cheap but extremely good machine. I plan to get one hopefully as a Christmas Present!


Edited By Luther Oswalt on 21/10/2012 04:02:50

Edited By Luther Oswalt on 21/10/2012 04:07:34

Edited By Luther Oswalt on 21/10/2012 04:09:24

Thread: Ask..Peter Miller
08/09/2012 15:32:27

Thanks Peter!

07/09/2012 20:52:20

Peter - Forgive what maybe a "newbie question from an newly back to the hobby old guy here in the USA. I'm planing to build the Harmong as my next plane. I looked at the article, I have the Hobby Store plans, and am not sure if you used a "std" or a "micro" servo for the ailerons. I plan to use an OS .25 AX engine in mine. Thanks and Thanks for so many great model designs! Leo

Thread: Cox engines
30/05/2012 21:51:56

Paul, I don't know why I didn't thinka bout Wikkipedia! You are correct there is a world of info there! Thanks ever so much.


27/05/2012 02:42:13

PatMac, That is a very interesting site you referenced. thanks very much!


Thread: Maltese Falcon plan?
27/05/2012 02:32:57

There is a plan for the Maltese Falcon on the site in their plans section. It is a modified Goldberg Falcon.


Thread: Cox engines
25/05/2012 16:31:24

I remember the Cox as a great engine and was sad to see it go away. However the Cox International is breathing new life into them and they are the same engine it was 50 + years ago. I was born and raised in Tuskegee, AL. and we (both of us) flew Cox powered free flite models at the by then abandoned Army Airfeild almost every week end. They brought tons of fun and low cost to a couple guys in that little Alabama town. Now if they would just make a nice muffler so I could once again fly my old Cox engines in this noise free area I live in. Note the Harley Davidison Motor Cycle, requires no muffler in the US! Thanks for the article!


Thread: Maricardo builders
08/04/2012 21:55:06

Thanks for the reply. I am going on my memory only. I just finished my first model build in many years. Yes it is a Maricardo and the wing is a single peice. It is not the best build I have ever done but it looks nice. I hope to get a chance to take it out soon and fly it. I used an OS 46 AX. Once again thank you.


08/04/2012 21:15:58

I thought I had seen where the latest plans for the Maricardo now has the wing join the fusalage with a tube and now is a two piece wing instead of a one piece. Would someone please confirm that if it is true! Thanks!


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