Is anyone building anything interesting ?

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  1. Feb 22, 2003 #1

    marlin

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    Hello! is anyone building anything interesting. I am looking for a good project!
     
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    Stymye

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    Mabey Take a stroll thru Jim Z's site

    http://www.dars.org/jimz/rp00.htm

    I often get interesting ideas everytime I visit ..

    Mabey an upscale/downscale ....or a cluster...Or download a design and put your own unique spin on it

    Or you can try a kit bash...Take a kit you already have and try to build something entirely different, add to it, make it rear eject......the possibilitys are almost endless.
     
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    bmhiii

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    marlin,

    If you're looking for a kit, try a Duece's Wild from fliskits.com for something a little different than the norm. I had a blast with the engine mount.

    My next outta the ordinary project is going to be a 3x18mm cluster in a Big Bertha. Never clustered before.

    bmhiii
     
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    I am working on a solar powered launch system. Have come across 2 solar panels each capable of putting out about 11volts. Panels are about 12"x18". More info to follow.

    Working on a limited edtion kit for my new website.
     
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    Marlin,
    Go to fliskits.com like bmhiii suggested. Look over the kit offerings, I think I have about all of them, except the real small stuff. Take a look at that triple D Richter Recker and it's 7 feet tall.
    I think you'll like the prices and the kits are great.
    Randy
     
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    :D :D I'll second that! ! ! ! Do check them out!

    Crashin J
     

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