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Thursday, December 14, 2006


Well well the heat is on, development of the Emoyene sailplane appears to be more advanced than at first anticipated. Apparently outside help has been obtained in computer cutting the fuselage profile.These guys are obviously serious .

The plug is machined from maranti it will be interesting to see how it gets rounded.

The tail end remains a mystery ,looks like a wooden bottle cap opener, but may be some kind of stealth technology.

Maybe its a tin opener or perhaps a V tail hummmm.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

as an observer of your web I think the tail part must be a design to house the micro
servo machines with directed drive to the moving parts.thank you