i will be glad if you could send me some pictures of you flight by this extraordinary flying machine
alfredo reyes, e-mail, 13.08.2010 16:48
Roy Conrad, usconrad = tds, Sir / Madam cunatgo like me could you help in making the rotor head can not understand how to send gas to the thrusters to be in motion the blades be grateful for their considerable assistance. att. Alfredo Reyes
alfredo reyes, e-mail, 09.08.2010 17:59
cuanto me gustaria saber el sistema de rotor especial que usa este aparato asi como el sistema electrico para encendido de las bujias, son detalles que se quedan en el olvido este hombe es un gran cientifico de la aviacion.
alfredo, e-mail, 16.05.2010 03:07
He conocido varios tipos de miniaviones si asi se pudieran llamar,a partir de los 90 se vieron muchos de estos tipos incluso con alas delta...por alla,por el caribe.de uso para dos personas con un hdroflotador.tambien llegaron los de un pasajero que tenian un motor de la parte trasera y el piloto vijaba en una silla al descubierto....Pero me interesaria mucho las informaciones de ingenieria e instalacion de electronica para localisacion y rescate.acostatropical-usa
Roy Conrad, e-mail, 08.12.2009 04:25
Dear curator, in October of 2009 I designed a tip-jet helicopter of which I thought there was none other of its kind. Then I happened to read the April 1988 edition of Kitplanes and saw Mr. Gluhareff's helicopter. My design has a radically different fuel delivery system, a tail rotor, and swash-plate assembly. If you are interested, contact me.
Bob Job, e-mail, 30.11.2008 11:39
I made a pressure jet out of some bees and a tin can
jeremy, e-mail, 28.11.2008 08:55
I would like find out if possible, how to build my own helicopter inexpensively. Or how to purchase one of your helicopters. also how bout a two man helicopter you know a seat for my wife. Thank you and have a great day.
markham, e-mail, 15.11.2008 19:54
how many of EMG300.s are there flying do you know ?? and how much does it cost for the jet and blade kit??
Betsy Gluhareff, e-mail, 18.04.2008 20:14
RIP Uncle Eugene I'll never forget our visit and my thrill ride..I have built a site for Grandfather (Your Dad) Michael E. Gluhareff at www.sikorsky.ws
babak, e-mail, 08.11.2007 20:00
your web sit is amazing i am fascunated by the experiences which you have had. with appreciation toward your works i would like to know is your disignes practical? i will be glad if you could send me some pictures of you flight by this extraordinary flying machine
best regard. babak kurdistan
Daniel van der wilt, e-mail, 20.08.2007 03:40
Congratulations with your great project! Will this machine still autorotate at the needed speed or do the engines have to run? In the last case, i would consider an extra axle where the engines become mounted on with a possibility for the rotorblade to run free. The engines can be mounted closer to the main axle and become integrated horizontally in an "s" shape. I think about building 2 Lockwood hiller engines in the shape of an "s" and to mount them 20 cm under the rotorhead. The detonation chamber of both of the engines will be located near the main axle.And the rotorblade will be able to run free. Greetings from Daniel Bonaire
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