796Re: New member
- Mar 19 3:56 AM
WELCOME! I'm glad that you are already getting info from our group. We have a lot of talent with a lot of information to share. We go off on tangents occasionally but the focus is on building a better pop-pop, whether it be paper, milk carton, plastic, metal or anything we might come up with. The large engines add a whole new dimension to our "game". Please keep us apprised of your projects once you get back into your experimentations.
--- In email@example.com, "David" <dmb06851@...> wrote:
> I received an invitation to join the group from Pete (North River 07).
> I have started reading the messages to get a feeling for what's been
> going on and so far am about a quarter way through.
> I've made two pop-pops. The first can be seen here.
> <http://www.davidbridgen.com/videoclips.htm> I was pleasantly
> surprised at the speed. The throbbing in the background is from the
> bathroom's ventilation fan, not the boat!
> The second has a hull about twice the size in which I started trying the
> same design of basic engine but of different sizes. Not much came out
> of that experiment and I haven't done anything with it for a couple of
> years or so. Now that I'm retired and almost unpacked after a house
> move it's amongst the list of things I want to get back to.
> I wonder if I could make a really BIG motor and stick it in an old
> galvanised bath tub and go popping along the canal .....
> My regards to everyone.
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