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  1. Great videos. Thanks for sharing. You should join and post this to the Dragonfly list. That list needs some inspiration. https://dragonflylist.groups.io/g/main
  2. What are your thoughts about carefully grinding and smoothing a 0.5" dia. or larger "stop crack" before the flox and reinforcement layups? Not suggesting this, just wondering if this pre-layup geometry would make the repair worse, only a little better, or no change. Thanks,
  3. Congratulations! That is amazing and the bird looks great!
  4. I search for "Q2", "Q200", and "quickie" and can't find this ad. Search for "Q-2" and there it is. Super annoying.
  5. Jon, I sent a PM to you regarding your Q2 kit.
  6. Sounds like you have a lot of good stuff. To be clear, I was saying that the Barnstormers listing could be free, not the Q200 project. (I read my earlier post again and it seemed ambiguous at best)
  7. I'm sure someone will need it and you will get some money for it. As Kent said, put it on Barnstormers for free. Nothing wrong with the original wing, and many never permanently attach the tail (rear portion of the fuselage). This makes it compact for storage and easily transported on trailer when turned sideways. Do you have engine, canopy, or any hardware?
  8. I had the pleasure of meeting Dave and his Q2 earlier this week. Both are great!
  9. Awesome! Can't wait. Another one: Coming up next month:August 8, 2020 at 09:00 USA Central time. Dave Dugas and his award winning Revmaster powered Q-2.
  10. Anthony P

    Foam

    I thought the idea was to mold the wing skin (and other parts) in one or two pieces and then pour/spray the "right" foam in there to create the current structure but with a perfect exterior finish and shape. The molds are of course the problem, and the "right" foam can't balloon the skins while it's curing. Darkaero is molding wing skins and then bonding ribs inside. Another French company is making "cheap" carbon fiber planes with single piece molded wings that (I think) don't have any internal structure.
  11. Thanks Kent. The process you describe here seems to break down if the current owner is not the manufacturer. Name search only returns current owners and N-numbers for me. Model search only returns manufacturers with no other useful info.
  12. When I do a Model search on FAA Registry, all it gives me is the manufacturer and nothing else that seems useful. Does anyone know the secret easy way to cross reference this with N-number, and/or current owner, and/or current address? I'm looking for Q2 or Dragonfly in New England. Thank you,
  13. Ok, Got it. Thanks everyone. Regarding my second question in the original post, I asked that because I'm also interested in installing a 4 cyl. D-motor in a Dragonfly. That question has been answered here.
  14. If I labeled my helicopter as a lighter-than-air ship, do you think ATC would be scratching their heads when I made my inbound call?

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