Friday, February 11, 2005

The second glider and the Guru

The first glider actually flew. This kind of inspired us to do some more research on aeromodelling. Rajesh also gave us an idea that we could probably mount a camera on the model that we were planning to make and take some great shots from the flying studio.
when we searched for some info on aero engines for the control line models (these models can take off and land and fly for some time and are powered by an engine and controlled by a set of wires attached to the planes) , we found a person named Mr. Eshwar who has a factory which actually makes them and some RC (remote controlled) models(he exports them).
We called him and then gave him a visit. He turned out to be just the person we were looking for. He gave us all the details about the control line models and the Rc models. He was really helpfull and gave us a lot of small tips that really helped us in our next model. We picked up materials for another glider. The second glider's much better and shows more promise with respect to flying. Kini and me are planning to test it in the park across the road.

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Blogger Raju said...

Hey, u seem to be just the person I was searching. Tell me more about the model plane engine & Mr Eshwar.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I indeed met Mr Eshwar today ie 29Jan07 and had a glimpse of his skills. simply great.

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