dust Posted January 27, 2004 Share Posted January 27, 2004 Well, i've put allot of thought into this and i have a plan and am taking action. I also have an agenda, which i have been following for sixteen years in my woodworking shop and for 5 years in my plane building shop, teach what i know, learn from others and open up my shops for all to use. It has worked well in the plane building shop, as many on this forum know from personal experience and from those not on the forum, also from personal experience. My agenda is to also supply support and knowledge to "newby's", they need it the most as they walk into our world and are inundated with all of the diferent posts on an amazing amount of subjects and to try to read them all is almost as big a task as to build the cozy. Much of the information seems to be needed and is not, i really like the technical conversations with all of the formulas and they don't intimidate me, but to some new to aviation, let alone plane building it can have the oposite effect that we want,scare them away The plane is easy to build You need to know nothing before you start etc etc. I am going to start reading every post that has been written, some i will skip because they don't meet my personal criteria of what a newby or builder would consider important and the one that i deem worthy, he he he, i will add a single word post, "dustspick" this will allow searches to be done easily. I know, egotistical, but not, the only way i can flag a post is to post a reply and then i need a special word, so i picked my name, it can look egotistical what ever way i do it, so ifin you hate me for it, hate away, if i miss a thread you think should be there, then you flag it dustspick, he he he I tested this last week by reviving john slades plastic peel ply post and a review of it shows, activity and new info. This is great info and i feel it should be kept in the forfront of our OUR forum. enjoy the build mike Quote maker wood dust and shavings - foam and fiberglass dust and one day a cozy will pop out, enjoying the build i can be reached at http://www.canardcommunity.com/ Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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