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General Discussion / Re : Two line Shark nose project
« le: juillet 23, 2014, 10:55:33 am »
:(
No time found anywhere to make it...

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General Discussion / Re : Two line Shark nose project
« le: juin 14, 2014, 09:38:59 am »
And I could always split the A and B lines near the lower deck to spread the load even more.....


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General Discussion / Re : Two line Shark nose project
« le: juin 13, 2014, 07:36:16 pm »
:)
I have a stable flying Spiral 1.2R (proto).... so now's the time to play!

Rigifoil in the nose, from the opening to first one third of the profile.
And some Rigifoil nylon rod in the lower deck, from the opening to about 20mm past the B-line attachment (to spread load of the lines)
And I think only Rigifoil on ribs that have bridle lines....

What would your idea be for Rigifoil on such a crazy wing?

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General Discussion / Re : Two line Shark nose project
« le: juin 12, 2014, 10:35:02 pm »
I think it's close to the new RISE2 by Air Design...

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General Discussion / Two line Shark nose project
« le: juin 11, 2014, 02:31:41 pm »
Hi.
Just a wild idea.
Would it be flyable to make a two line design using Shark nose and lots of 'Rigifoil'?

A bit like this (FW design screenshot):

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Thanks for all the research and hard work!
It's nice to watch and learn.
Have you also used wingwarp? less/more AoA in the tips, or the same AoA for the complete wing?

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Hurray!
With the new bridle... what did you change? Mainly going forward with the towppoint?
And do you think a 'monopau' would bennefit from a profile with a little more curve at the 'bord du fluite'?
So you would not have to pull the 'freins' all the time and have an uneven 'bord du fluite'.

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Technique - Les Ailes / Re : Parachute rc largable monopeau ...
« le: juillet 24, 2013, 09:33:22 am »
;)
Bingo!
Oh... and to keep in touch with the latest in RC-paragliding ofcourse....
p.s. Has there ever been an F3F like slope soaring contest with rc- paragliders?
Or even add some running/ hiking skills and make a mini X-Alps :)

Erik

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Technique - Les Ailes / Re : Parachute rc largable monopeau ...
« le: juillet 22, 2013, 11:00:54 pm »
Hey Ludo,

my Frensh is not that good, but: did you say there's .sle file of your RC-parachute on Facebook somewhere?

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Like!

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Technique - Les Ailes / Re : 1.5m2 monopeau / debut construction
« le: février 24, 2013, 09:40:03 pm »
Hi good to hear that the links work...
I think I'll try this small one first.
At the moment I don't think pulling the ribs a bit sideways (by the bridle) is a big problem....
But I 'll let you know for sure when the thing is finished.
I'll try the famous Orange HK motor (Turningy 2204)

6*5 prop 2S LiPo

Should work with about 200 grams

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Technique - Les Ailes / Re : 1.5m2 monopeau / debut construction
« le: février 24, 2013, 09:00:48 pm »
Hi,

I didn't understand all, but I was also trying my creativity on a 'monopeau'.
Thanks to the little 'Oxy' ;)
I hope I can help you with the profile and bridle question.
Here's some links to my Surfplan files:
Brakelines:
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B6PDjVfg0OFyUGk2ajNKZmNoak0/edit?usp=sharing

Bridle and profile
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B6PDjVfg0OFyamY4cU5YQU95TGM/edit?usp=sharing

Used for the upper skin (Lower 'nose' goes past 8% of A-riser)
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B6PDjVfg0OFyaXVQd1ZYWkkzN1k/edit?usp=sharing

Hope you can doe something with these!

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! Bravo!
Conducir aves les bras et poid..?  Eh 'weight shifting'?

Sorry for my French.. :(

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General Discussion / Glue for Skytex
« le: février 08, 2013, 01:27:47 pm »
Hi,
Inspired by the new 'Oxy' from Opale I started up Surfplan again.
Soon I had my first singel skin design. A bit smaller, two more cells and a slightly higher AR...
From building kites I remember using double sided tape to keep panels together before sewing.
And I even made a few small kites using just the tape. It seemed a light construction methode.
Does any one over here heve experience in this mather?
Will Skytex 27 stick?

Erik.

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A Vendre / For Sale / Re : Lot de moteurs et Contro
« le: novembre 27, 2012, 02:26:53 pm »
:)

small steps.
For now I'd like long flights. And maybe 4S on a small prop will run shorter...
And then again you need the mass to fly anyhow...
Hmm. I'll check my wallet.

Do you think maybe one of the other engines would/ could run longer on 3S in 'normal' flight mode?

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