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    Default Keeping busy

    There are still microknots to be found.

    I've been working with several racers on miscellaneous projects now that we all have the extra time. Joe is working on a Defiant which is cool because there is no pressure or need to keep things secret. This project is proving to be a great example of how to use new technology appropriately (3D printing, 3D scanning). None of these things are a cure-all but used in there proper places they can be incredibly useful and affordable.

    https://garaggioaviation.com/2020/08...h-tech-method/
    Last edited by CubersWrist; 09-01-2020 at 07:46 AM.
    "young" Thomas

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    Default Re: Keeping busy

    Quote Originally Posted by CubersWrist View Post
    There are still microknots to be found.

    I've been working with several racers on miscellaneous projects now that we all have the extra time. Joe is working on a Defiant which is cool because there is no pressure or need to keep things secret (more on that later). This project is proving to be a great example of how to use new technology appropriately (3D printing, 3D scanning). None of these things are a cure-all but used in there proper places they can be incredibly useful and affordable.

    https://garaggioaviation.com/2020/08...h-tech-method/
    A never-ending quest fueled by a labor of love, no doubt.

    It's good to be reminded that dispite the fact that we're not racing in a couple weeks folks are showing up, day in and day out, working to find every knot...and microknot.

    Thanks for continuing to share the inside scoop on this stuff!
    Owen Ashurst
    Performer Air Boss - Reno Air Races
    http://airbossone.com/

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