Flashy's next project?

Discussion in 'Aviation' started by CrashTestDummy, Dec 14, 2011.

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  1. There's some fine engineering gone into this ....

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  2. Ravers

    Ravers LE Reviewer Book Reviewer

    I'd wager that the only live female interaction that guy has ever had is with his social worker.
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  3. Porridge_gun

    Porridge_gun LE Good Egg (charities)

    That was bloody impressive!

    i shudder to imagine the cost.
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  4. I want one for Christmas!!!
  5. Ravers

    Ravers LE Reviewer Book Reviewer

    Anyone see that German Hexacopter thing? That's what I want for Christmas.
  6. Wow, as an engineer myself, you're got to be impressed with the level of detail and complexity which has gone into the effort. Kudos!
  7. Very impressive!!

    Actually, here's a couple of pics of a part of my latest project.


    D'ya know what it is yet?
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  8. you've built a bionic todger haven't you?
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  9. ******* excellent, thanks for sharing that. As a total thickie in all things engineering that impressed me no end. Err.......the CAD program ol' mate was using, say if a digger wanted to try his hand at that stuff, what was it? Sort of like life after the green machine - hobby shit.
  10. Some sort of photo recce bird?
  11. Lynx? Flashy, just a stab in the dark.
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  12. A Typhoon to kick the shit out of that YAK?
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  13. Impressive engineering. I take it the 'pilot' has VR goggles on to fly that thing? I can't see how you can afford to not **** it up without viewing from the correct perspective, i.e. forward from the cockpit. It makes my effort look a bit... er... shit really.

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  14. We have a similar thing at work, it's an add on to solid works made by a British company though I forget the name. It's a bells and whistles package that will link itself to all shared documentation so when you make a modification on the original drawing, all build and service documents will automatically update.

    £6k for the privilege though.
  15. My bold: ****!