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  • Re: The Problem with FOAM

    ABSOULTNEY NOT! Don't think for a minute that the compression from the ribs will compensate for the compression struts in this design. This is an internal

    johnklamp 1 day ago
  • Re: The Problem with FOAM

    If I go ahead with the foam construction I will def go to aircraft spruce for the blue foamI feel like a properly designed rib from foam would eliminate a need

    mtipcc 2 days ago

    Kevlar is an aramid fiber, chemically related to nomex and Teflon. It's very difficult to cut, and has bonding complications. It has an almost unbelievable

    b7gwap 2 days ago
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Group Description

Welcome to the Airchair group. This group is for the sharing of ideas and support for those interested in furthering the development of and the building and flying of Ultralight Gliders with and without self-launch engine, such as Mike Sandlin's Motor-floater, Basic Ultralight Gliders (BUG and GOAT), and other primary type gliders that meet FAR part 103 criteria. These gliders can be open cockpit, wind in your face, fun flying machines or slightly more advanced so long as the spirit of simple and easy to build and FAR 103 legal is adhered to.

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  • 2279
  • Aviation
  • Jan 4, 2003
  • English

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