Introduction to Ultralight Aviation

Real Stories And Advice From Ultralight Helicopter Builders

This article is Part Three of a series about Building an Ultralight Helicopter. You may want to read Part One and Part Two first.

If you are embarrassed and need to quicken your spirit, you need the positive story of someone who has already experienced the process of building his own ultralight helicopter.

There are many places where you can look for real stories of people who made in addition pictures of the different stages of building. Look at this site, for example, where the successful stories are related with the building of Mosquito heli.




Here it is the story of the Australian enthusiast Rob Hall. He built his own ultralight helicopter saying:

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Pop Emil at Aug, 15 '09 21:50

You can build an helicopter with some car mechanics, car engine (or motorcycle, at least 100 Hp) and pipes, lexan, and fabric, if you can weld, drill, thread.

Important is to know what you are doing, how to draw, calculate and test your work.

So my little friend, take my advice and start studying hard aerodynamics, rotordynamics, balances, eliminating vibrations, safety mesures, etc.

Is worthwhile.

For more detailes click on my name on top of my coment to go to Plaxo group where I posted some pictures, get plaxo membership and than subscribe to my group, it's all free.

Emil.
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