**Load Testing** EMG-6 Electric Motor Glider Fittings

Wow! Now that’s how you tear some stuff up. In today’s video we’re gonna take a look at some of the recent load test results that we’ve been conducting on components for the EMG 6 electric motor glider. Hang tight we’ll get right back to it and take a closer look into these destruction tests. So welcome back in this video we’re down in hangar 2 and in hangar 2 we have a setup that we’ve built for load testing

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Our Biggest Catapult Glider Ever (Tornado 36 – “F3”)

[Brad] Um… I think I’ll zoom in a little bit and kind of… yeah.. uh, huh… that’s weird. I don’t know what’s going on… try to zoom some more. Uh yeah that’s better but I think there’s something wonky with my camera! [Brad chuckles] [Brad] I’m Brad. [Bruce] I’m Bruce. [Brad] Hey today we’re gonna fly some gliders we’re at a local park it’s a bigger park. We’ve flown here a few times . We’ve got we’ve got some gliders

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Nighthawk Gliders at Indy 500 – 2019 (Sandpiper 12 Gliders)

[Music: Rock Intro 3 by Audionautix] [Loud Jet Roars] [Louder Jet Roars] I’m Brad I’m Bruce and we’re Nighthawk Gliders! Once again our tradition coming to the Indianapolis 500 here at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Yeah, there’s the pagoda. So we’re at our a fun little golf course hole here I forget what whole this is I think it’s 16, 17 or something, I can’t remember. I have to look that up… but a little breezy today but we’re going

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HomeMade Electric Airplane

Wow! Look at all those batteries! What do you think Lucky? Oh wait your name’s Toby not lucky. So check it out look at all these batteries Previously we did fly the airplane once in another video you guys may have seen it in the past That’s well we technically “flew” the airplane, I mean it just got basically in the ground effect and flying a little bit But all you guys were like well. That’s technically not flying And

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How to Build a Toothpick Biplane Glider

Hey guys! Welcome to Nighthawk Gliders. I’m Brad. Today we’re going to build some toothpick gliders. In this case, a biplane. This is a pretty cool plane and you will be amazed at how well it flies. The materials that you will need are going to be: 3×5 cards, typical notecards. You can choose various colors. You might find fluoresant. And the ones you want to get are lined— that have a rule, such as this. I also found some

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Nighthawk Gliders at Indy 500 – 2018 (Balsa Catapult Gliders)

I’m Brad, this is Nighthawk Gliders, and this is the Indianapolis 500! Hey guys! Here we are in the infield of the Indianapolis 500 and we’re just waiting for the race to start and what better thing to do than… what? Just sit and do nothing? [Bruce] Fly some Nighthawk gliders! [Brad] Of course! We’re gonna fly some gliders! So, we brought ourselves a little a little kit that we’re just gonna glue together and we’re gonna fly in this…

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Putting Together a Kydex Cheek Riser for a Rifle Stock – Non-Destructive Cheek Rest!

the Savage Axis budget rifle is continuing to improve we’ve added some new glass in that last 600 yard match which definitely made things a lot easier for me and it did boost the scores up a little bit we did have the one issue with getting some sticky bolt with one of the loads that I had worked up so I’ve gone back and fixed that everything is using the same brass same load so now everything should run

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How to Make a Mini Bow and Arrow

Today I’m going to show you how to make a mini indoor bow and arrow. Start by taking a lolly pop stick, putting it in a bowl of water And leaving it to soak for half an hour. Next dry it off, then using a small pair of scissors or nail clippers Cut two small grooves at each end of the stick. It should look like this. Next take a short length of dental floss Wrap it around the grooves

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How to Make a Macro Lens

Hello! Matt here on DIYPerks. In this video, I’m going to show you, very quickly, how to make a macro filter for your lens. *Arrrrr* (pirate voice) so the first thing you’re going to need is a lens filter that’s the right fitting for your lens… and a lens you don’t mind destryoying! *arrrrr* (pirate voice) And some glue… don’t forget the glue. So the first thing we’re going to do is destroy the lens! Which is, obviously, the most

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Let’s Make a Kite! | Science Project for Kids

It’s a beautiful day, so Squeaks and I were just about to go to the park and do one of our favorite summer activities: fly kites! Kites come in all shapes, sizes, and colors! You could buy them at a store, but Squeaks and I really want to build our own! Most basic kites are big and flat, with a long tail. They’re connected to a long piece of string, which you hang on to so you can control how

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