This months video share is brought to you by Joey’s Kordare YouTube Channel.
At 22 he bought rural land in Pennsylvania and just 2 years later at 24 he built a car enthusiast man cave setup. I found this to be a very inspirational video for anyone who is into Car’s, Airplanes, out door toys in general and wants a place to work on them & use them.
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To learn even more about man caves & construction audio books, Audible is a great option. For my daily commute I listen to 1 – 2 audio books per month. Audible has coverage for all kinds of topics.
Quite the different video this month, Flite Test had coverage of the first manned acrobatic intent multi rotor created by the Drone Champions League
Check out the Flite Test YouTube Channel And Flite Test web page
Check out the Drone Champions League “DCL” YouTube Channel And Drone Champions League web page
DCL offers a video game / simulator that can be played on:
very cool video of a 777 flying from Europe to the middle east as a time lapse under 4 mins.
This video comes from the Guillaume Laffon YouTube Channel.
He has a variety of 4K 777 cockpit videos, worth checking out.
This one’s the longest video I’ve shared so far, I found it fascinating.
James May from Top Gear has quite a bit of YouTube Content, This video came up on my suggested feed.
Check out his channel called Reel Truth Science Documentaries
The shielding & cradle mechanism / structure to support the fragile balsa glider under a helicopter was truly impressive.
The autopilot board looks like an APM 2.8
This months video share is brought to you by Stefan Langer’s YouTube channel For more sail plane content make sure to check it out.
Very impressive video of sail planes flying over the mountains of Bosnia and Herzegovina with Aeroklub Livno hosing the event. It’s amazing to see how long these machines can stay in the air with no motor.
In high school I got the opportunity to take some glider lessons in a Schweizer SGS 2-33 in Boulder Colorado. I would recommend getting a few training flights in gliders if your working on your private pilots license & up. It’s a valuable experience to see what an aircraft is like with no engine adding massive competence to powered aircraft engine out procedures. If your in the Boulder area the current company doing glider training is called Mile High Gliding.
This video is brought to you by Mike Patey’s YouTube Channel.
Most famous for his Draco bush plane (a highly modified PZL-104 Wilga)
It’s always cool to see other composite fabricators methods for making parts. Big takeaway I got from this video is a method for making a joggle
- “paper toweling” the cowl split line
- putting release tape on the throw away part
- build up the joggle area
- cure & dremel cut the remaining ligaments of the finished part allowing it to be cut free.
Mike is certainly an excellent role model when it comes to business & aviation and his content is something I enjoy normalizing to.