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20mm Brushless EDF 'DH108 Swallow' Jet Build 3 months 4 weeks ago #1171

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Do you have the second sheet please Roger?

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20mm Brushless EDF 'DH108 Swallow' Jet Build 3 months 4 weeks ago #1172

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Hi Dave,
a PDF of the full Aerographics Vampire plan has been sent to your 'nitrocharged' admin email address. Enjoy!
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20mm Brushless EDF 'DH108 Swallow' Jet Build 3 months 4 weeks ago #1173

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Thank you Roger. :)

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20mm Brushless EDF 'DH108 Swallow' Jet Build 3 months 1 week ago #1193

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I must say that as a 3D printing enthusiast I've been following these developments with great interest. I wonder, Dave if you are able to source the LW PLA that I've been playing with down there in Adelaide? Once you've got the printer 'tuned in' it is very nice stuff to work with. It could be just the ticket for fabricating ducts.

The second thought that crosses my mind is that some form of reaction powered R/C might be possible with some of todays minature R/C gear. Types such as the Me163 and the EE Lightning naturally suit an intial full throttle climb out and a coast back to land. I'm no expert on R/C hardware. I'd be interested if you could suggest a configuration that might suit (that doesn't have a battery eliminator circuit as part of a motor speed controller.)
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