Angel wings

Hey, I am interested in making a costume of an Angel. But I can't find a instructable anywhere that shows you how to make good feathered wings. If you people could brainstorm and figure out how to do it, I would be very appreciative.

Posted by Incelism 11 years ago


Articulated Wings: CAN YOU BUILD? (Instructables Link Included)

I am looking for someone to commission to create/ build the articulated wings found on the below YouTube video.  Instructables link is available in the video. If interested, what would be your fee and turnaround time? Thank you, Joye joyebmoore@gmail.com https://www.instructables.com/id/Articulated-Wing-Framework/

Posted by Joyebell 1 year ago


Wearable Mechanical Butterfly Wings

I have half an idea of how to make the wings on my daughter's fairy costume work. My ideas involve vairying degrees of a pulley system, springs or rubberbands, and kite string. Any ideas of how to connect the pieces -or alltogether better ideas- would be greatly appreciated.

Posted by mae060669 10 years ago


Cavity mold for aircraft wing

I am using Alibre Pro. I want to make a cavity mold for a airplane wing. The leading edge is straight to a point then curves to the tip. The trailing edge is curved but is not the same as the leading edge. Does anyone have an idea how to do this.

Posted by jimp 11 years ago


need help with levers and pulley thingy

I need help. yet again... im making a piggybank that has wings on hinges(when pigs fly...) there is a lever that when a coin is inserted the lever is pushed down the lever is hinged on one end and the other end is the end that goes down. the end that goes down has a string. the two wings have a string on each running from the wing to a rod that rises from beside the coin insert on each side. i had one string run from wing A trough a eyelette on rod A through a eyelette on rod B then onto wing B. i then had the string from the lever go over the length of string between the two rods and then back to the lever. that only lifted the wings ~1 CM the wings need to be lifted ~6 CM but the downward pull is only ~1 CM and is not variable. i have several ideas floating around but i would appreciate your help.

Posted by ledzep567 10 years ago


Ukelele Orchestra of Great Britain - UOGB

These people are so 'other' that I need to share them with you - hoping to see them live in the smallest city in the UK on the 27th.Uke'em

Posted by bosherston 9 years ago


Real-Life X-Wing Set to Fly

No, really.Andy Woerner and his crazy rocketeer friends have built a 21-foot long X-Wing model that can actually fly. Yes, this is a real X-Wing powered by four solid-fuel rocket engines complete with radio-controlled moving wings. It blasts off in California next week, and we talked with Andy about the project, and how they expect it will do. The X-Wing model is huge. At 21 feet long and with a wingspan of over 19 feet it is, in fact, big enough to fly a kid in. However, knowing that it will be powered by solid-fuel rockets, they wouldn't put a kid, dog, monkey or Gizmodo editor inside, even if it uses three full parachutes to land.After drawing the plans using CAD software, Andy's team and his friends at Polecat Aerospace (with the help of RMS Laser and Aerotech Consumer Aerospace) used laser cutting to make the pieces out of Baltic Birch wood. They also used solid aluminum for some parts, like the rods which are the pivot point for the wings. full story with more pics

Posted by fungus amungus 11 years ago


Star wars X-wing vs. Tie fighter help

Hi, I'm trying to run the game on windows vista 32 bit and It wont load and I need help!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by builderkidj 7 years ago


The Swallowtail Challenge.

Apparently, swallowtail butterflies have posed a bit of a puzzle to the sort of chap that studies that sort of thing. Butterflies actually have two pairs of wings - fore and aft, if you like.  Most butterflies have these pairs separated, to allow greater control over their flight, but swallowtail wings overlap, effectively becoming a single wing. They are stuck with a simple up-and-down flap.  The puzzle was; where does the control come from. It is hard to measure the forces acting on and in a live butterfly, so the researchers built a model - a small version of the hobbyists rubber-powered ornithopter, the same size and weight of a real swallowtail. They cast replica wings from fluorocarbons and polyurethane, and set it off in front of slow-motion video cameras. The conclusion? The unique shape of the wing provides automatic control - the combination of flexibility of the wing and the rigidity of the veins provide a passive control and stability. The point? Why am I posting this here?  As a challenge: the swallowtail ornithopter was (except for the wings), very basic - wire frame and a rubber band. How small could such an aircraft go? How tiny could you, dear reader, build a working ornithopter? Institute of Physics article. (Free registration required to read it in full, if you are quick)

Posted by Kiteman 8 years ago


Can you see the strings? ("Yes")

You may have seen on the news that a Dutch chap claims to have flown under his own power from a standing start. Watch the video... I don't buy it - I think that... those wings beat too quickly to generate enough lift (compare to the beat-rate of much smaller swans, eagles and condors) the wing membranes don't show enough sign of being under load - they're too loose and flappy. the wings look the same on the down- and up-strokes the upstroke should push him down, because the membrane doesn't close up like a bat's wing, or let air through like a bird's wing. In fact, I reckon he's on strings. What do you think? UPDATE Thanks to those comments from The Usual Suspects - so it's a fake after all. I ought to point out, as well, that the BBC had been reporting this on their website as well, but the story has mysteriously disappeared in the last few minutes (I didn't provide the BBC link, since most non-UK readers are able to see video on their site).

Posted by Kiteman 6 years ago


Robotic fly, er, flies!

This is rather cool, especially the way they engineered the flexibility of the wing.http://www.technologyreview.com/Infotech/19068/

Posted by Kiteman 11 years ago


Swiss man soars above Alps with jet-powered wing

-BEX, Switzerland Yves Rossy, a Swiss pilot, strapped on a jet-powered wing and leaped from a plane Wednesday for the first public demonstration of the homemade device, turning figure eights and soaring high above the Alps.Article on Yahoo! Other Article in the Daily MailSo far Rossy and his sponsors, including the Swiss watch company Hublot, have poured more than $285,000 and countless hours of labor into building the device. He would not estimate how much his device would cost should it ever be brought to market.But, he believes similar jet-powered wings will one day be more widely available to experienced parachutists ready for the ultimate flying experience.That is, if they don't mind missing out on the breathtaking panorama above the Swiss Alps."I am so concentrated, I don't really enjoy the view," Rossy said. It's finally been done publicly. Man's eternal quest for flight has just gotten one step closer. Is anyone else reminded of Buzz Lightyear for some reason? No? Must be me then...Who in their right mind would want to fly with a pair of jet-powered wings?Every single one of you. That's whoWOW! Check out the device in Action!! Pictures of his flight and preparation can be found hereUPDATE: ToolUsingAnimal has pointed out that this idea has been developed since 1935

Posted by Keith-Kid 10 years ago


My drawings

Just some of my drawings from new to old

Posted by kwintisolo12234 6 years ago


Star Wars X-Wing Rogue Squadron Costume

Hello Fellow Instructables Members! I created this costume over the course of 2011.  It is an X-Wing from Star Wars.  My friend and I designed it, and I built it.      The total cost was about $120.00.     The original plan was to make it simply a costume i could mount on the frame of a hiking backpack.  I decided to add in the option of placing it on my bike in order to take of some of the weight.  I had a bit of an issue with the front wheel though.   I can only make it balance when i am strapped into the backpack and sitting on the seat.  I should have thought this one through a little more clearly.  It would seem not everything in life can be "Winged."     The backpack mount is set just where R2-D2 would be.  I used my Dremel and cut a hole out a of a salad bowl.  It is not in the picture due to issues I had with wind conditions at the time and balance.  I'll upload pictures soon.  And yes, you can see out of the cockpit.  Seeing in, well, that's another story. Materials: ~ PVC pipe ~ Spray Paint ~ Hiking Backpack Frame ~ Insulation Foam ~ Red Hot Blue Glue ~ Glue Gun ~ LOTS OF ZIP TIES! Wingspan: 10' Length: 14' Any Questions, please feel free to message me :D Before I put the covering on it here is a test I did :

Posted by _-MacGyver-_ 6 years ago


Can't edit Instructable: "SyntaxError: Unable to parse JSON string"

I was almost finished with an Instructable yesterday, and when I saved it, got the following message: "There's been a problem updating your Instructable parsererror SyntaxError: Unable to parse JSON string." Today I tried editing it again, and got them same error message. I was able to "publish" this Instructable, but still get the same error when I try to edit. And I don't remember using any JSON string to hold this together?;-) Suggestions? (Using Safari 5.0.5 on a Mac, not that that should matter). Thanks! Winged Fist

Posted by Winged Fist 6 years ago


model Bi-Plane, wing span 1.5M,

Hi All, About 5 years ago my wife started to buy me a weekly magazine which had instructions plus parts to assemble a bi-plane (1930's). It cost appox €600 by the time, about a year, until we had collected the complete set !  I never started the project, every issue is as new, ie;  complete set unopened.  The wingspan is appox 1.5M. Ya its a big plane! If you are interested please make me an offer, say €200 ono. lorcanlive

Posted by lorcanlive 6 years ago


cake + machanics

Hi everyone one i need help im making a cake for my little boys birthday. he would like a dragon cake but he wants the wings to move up and down. ive never made a moving cake and i cant find anywhere that tells me how to achive the wings going up and down. i know how to make them go round but not up and down. so i was wondering if any u kind people can tell me exactly what i need to achive this. thank you so much for taking the time to read my post. 

Posted by epaton1 4 years ago


A piece of avitaion history for sale.

Well, quite a few pieces actually.Anybody fancy owning a piece of Concorde?The pdf catalogue is 112 pages long, and features some amazing things - windshields, landing mechanisms, bits of wings, pumps...

Posted by Kiteman 11 years ago


Knife's Edge- Sketch Up

This is a design I came up with and drew (i guess is the term) into sketch up. The Wings swivel up (shown in second Set of pics). This took about 10-15 hrs of drawing and about 2 hrs of rendering. The wings swivel to maneuver and when landing inside atmosphere. I haven't added weaponry and such so it's still a WIP. But suggestions are welcomed. Tech Specs: - Engines:             10 engines (4 small  large) -Take Off type:       VTOL - Class:                  Frigate - Operation zone: Space/ Atmosphere And for you sketch Up and rendering junkies...  used 40 passes in each render.

Posted by ry25920 8 years ago


New British Superhero

Wrong-doers beware! There's a new hero patrolling the streets of the Medway area - Grammar Man! I wonder if he's part of the militant wing of the Apostrophe Protection Society? Story and image taken from Daily Mail.

Posted by Kiteman 7 years ago


What sport do you play?

I'm just wondering, What sports do ya'll play. (YES, I am from Atlanta) I play left wing in hockey and tail gunner in paintball.

Posted by ry25920 10 years ago


Old rc plane parts?

Anyone has old rc plane parts? wings, body, wheels, motors, propellers, transmitters...Anything! My m=homemade rc plane just broke and im desperate to get it flying again!

Posted by NXTHacker 6 years ago


inflatable plane

I would love somebody to build a 2 seater plane that is collapsable using a telescopic carbon fibre frame and wings covered with a balloon type inflatable skin and cockpit using helium as the inflating gas it would in theory be light enoug to be powered by a microlite engine. And after that a helicopter on the same principals.

Posted by will1947 10 years ago


Pilot flies over English Channel with jetpack

A Swiss pilot has crossed the English Chanel with a jet-powered wing. He started the trip by jumping out of a plane over Calais and landed with a parachute in Dover. All together, the whole flight lasted 10 minutes to make the 22 mile flight.The 49-year-old flew on a plane to more than 8,200ft (2,500m), ignited jets on a wing on his back, and jumped out.Mr Rossy had hoped to reach speeds of 125mph.It felt "great, really great", said Mr Rossy: "I only have one word, thank you, to all the people who did it with me." Hit the link to see the video. Video of flight

Posted by fungus amungus 10 years ago


purple martin feeder

I require help in building a cannon to fire dead crickets and mealworms into the air about 25 to 30 feet so i may feed the purple martins in my area. they only feed on the wing and winter will surely kill the colonies in my area. any help will be appreciated.

Posted by gothking85 4 years ago


British Land Speed Recod Was a Breeze, Thrashes US Record.

On the morning of March 26th, on the dry Lake Ivanpah, The Ecotricity Greenbird driven by British engineer, Richard Jenkins smashed the world land speed record for wind powered vehicles. The Greenbird clocked 126.1 mph (202.9 km/h) , eclipsing the old, American held, record of 116 mph , set by Bob Schumacher in the Iron Duck in March 1999 at the same location.The fully-composite craft (the only metal is in some of the bearings) used a solid wing to reach speeds up to five times that of the actual wind.The wing also provides unwanted lift, so it uses the same downthrust technology as F1 cars - at speed, the 600kg car presses down on the salt-flats with a force of almost 10,000N.Greenbird website.

Posted by Kiteman 9 years ago


Fighter Jet

Hey all, check out my modern fighter jet, I've had it built for a couple of years but modified it several times. Features: Folding landing gear Wing lights Engine Retractable Chainguns Please comment on what you think KSM

Posted by kiwi_soccer_maniac 10 years ago


Birds use cigs to kill bugs - Crow week!

ODDBALL birds are surprising British experts by using smouldering cigarette to kill parasites on their wings.The rooks are swooping on to the tracks at a Devon railway station and placing their wings over the smoke to fumigate them.Commuter Jeff Jones said told Britain's The Telegraph: "I noticed the rooks because they are not usually found in towns. They were generally flapping about when a chap flicked a cigarette butt on to the track."It was still all right and one of the rooks swooped down and picked up the butt with its beak. It then flew around and landed on the platform, dancing around with this smoking cigarette in its beak."It looked quite comical. But then it dropped the butt on the platform and pulled its wings over it, collecting the smoke. It seemed as if it were using the smoke to rid itself of perhaps ants or something similar."Five minutes later another rook, or perhaps the same one, swooped in when another cigarette was flicked away and repeated the whole thing."Royal Society for the Protection of Birds spokesman Richard Archer said the birds must have learned cigarettes can be used to kill parasites."You have to be careful attributing behaviour but it would seem fumigation is the most likely conclusion. Rooks are very intelligent," he said.It's crow week on Instructables! Post as many forum topics about crows as you can! Main image from [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rook_(bird) Wikipedia].

Posted by ewilhelm 10 years ago


Airplane Experts! I am making an airplane fly without the use of RC. Need Help!

I need brand recommendations and wing measurements so it can fly!!! Anything else about small electric airplanes will be fine! How would you connect three different electric motors to a LIPO battery?

Posted by Sk8terthing 9 years ago


knit a bee!

Hey there people :) I found this little bee on Deviantart.com there was a link to pattern, here it is http://possumsloveart.blogspot.com/2012/04/bee-pattern.html unfortunately there was no instructions on impoved wings but I think it would be easy to replicate them from the picture :) well I'm no kniter myself :P So if you make this bee I would like to see the pics :) 

Posted by batonas 5 years ago


what dc character prop should i make?

I need help with inspiration for my next DC character prop.  I have already made baterangs, wing dings, and nightwing's escrima sticks (still working on the ibles).  Im looking for maybe a prop from a villain.  i need some help with inspiration... please help.

Posted by anoos5 3 years ago


Mozilla wants its users to help re design Firefox

The article pretty much explains it. "The Mozilla Labs, which acts as the idea wing for the organization behind Firefox, is expanding its call for open-source contributions to those outside its base of community-minded coders and techies. Now, they want to get designers and creative types in on the deal."

Posted by Ferrite 10 years ago


Ice Straws, Build a BBQ Barrel, Fireworks Controller

Ice Straws Build a BBQ Barrel Fireworks Controller 4th of July Freshly Ground Burgers Hand-Crank Ice Cream Terracotta Smoker Fix a Flip Flop Buffalo Wings Strawberry Rhubarb Pie Photographing Fireworks Guide to Beach Combing Tantoo Squirt Gun Refill Station How to Make Fireworks

Posted by randofo 8 years ago


Can't delete unpublished Instructable with Parse Error

I've tried started an Instructable, and made the mistake of including a Portuguese letter in the title (ã). Each time I tried to save this Instructable, it gave me a Syntax Error, and froze. Now I have multiple saved versions of this 'Ible in my unpublished box, and can't delete them, because the same error pops-up. Suggestions?

Posted by Winged Fist 6 years ago


Flying hovercraft!

Bungee jumping, kite-boarding... Why do all the extremest sports seem to come from New Zealand? The lightweight, canvas-covered wings are attached to the craft with what he calls a "Jesus pin". "If that comes out, you see Jesus," he said. Because the hovercraft is not classed as an aircraft under New Zealand aviation laws, the operator does not require a pilot's licence. Daily Telegraph.  

Posted by Kiteman 8 years ago


"Rate" feature doesn't appear in Safari Mac OSX

I've noticed recently that the feature to rate an instrucable doesn't seem to work with Safari 5.0.5 on my Mac, running OS 10.5.8. Instructables that have been rated don't display the rating (stars) under the info tab, and instructables that haven't been rated, can't be rated. But when I switch to Firefox on the same computer, these features do appear. Suggestions?

Posted by Winged Fist 6 years ago


MIT team designs plane that uses 70% less fuel

Planes use a massive amount of fuel to move passengers and cargo around the world. A new design from an MIT team could cut this fuel usage by 70%. This is great news and would make flights cheaper and pump out a lot less carbon. The bad news is that air traffic is expected to double in the next 30 years and the earliest these designs would be in the air is 2035. MIT designed their D-series as a 180 passenger aircraft meant to replace the domestic 737 market. Conventional airplanes utilize a single fuselage design, while the D-series uses two partial tubular shapes placed beside each other — which accounts for the bubble nickname. The plane utilizes a host of technological advances to decrease its fuel consumption. It has thinner longer wings and a smaller tail and engine placement at the rear of the plane instead of on the wings. All of these features account for part of the reduction in fuel usage. MIT Team Unveils Airplane that Uses 70 Percent Less Fuel

Posted by fungus amungus 8 years ago


Trash-Burning Car, Giant Bristlebot, 25 Cent Ring

Trash-Burning Car Giant Bristlebot 25 Cent Ring Magnetic Rubik's Dice Cube Paper Wallet Weld a Barbecue Easy Rain Barrel Build an Artificial Reef How to Freeze Blueberries Beach Towel for Two Terra Cotta Fountain iMac Desk Clone a Tomato Plant Crocheted Fairy Wings Stainless Steel Patio Heater

Posted by randofo 8 years ago


Instructables for sale (updated).

After a number of requests, I am now selling two of my recent instructables on my Etsy shop: Both my Serenity Suncatcher and The Mule are now available as "flat-packs", packed along with illustrated assembly instructions. UPDATE - I have also added model X-Wings and TIE Fighters to the store! Since we're talking "Etsy", are there any of my other laser-cut projects that you'd like to see available?

Posted by Kiteman 2 years ago


Remembrance & Scouting items [Big Edit]

[Major edit] Oh, such a busy weekend - business suddenly picked up on my Etsy shop. Badges ("pins" for you Americans) and woggles are now winging their way across the UK, and a couple to Canada. Gunapult is up there, along with a load of Scouting badges and bird badges.  Also, Kitewife nagged me into adding some knitting-themed pins... I've also got a Remembrance woggle which is proving quite popular.

Posted by Kiteman 4 years ago


Mutant Baby Costume, DIY Lightsaber, Silent Hill Nurse Costume

Mutant Baby Costume DIY Lightsaber Silent Hill Nurse Costume Easy Catwoman Costume Cardboard Armor Predator Latex Mask Make Angel Wings Iron Man Arc Reactor Mad Hatter Hat Christmas Story Bunny Costume Harry Potter Wand Kids Link Costume Spooky Tesla Radio KISS Costume Simple Toilet Paper Costume

Posted by randofo 8 years ago


Rocketeer Rocket Pack, Ghostbusters Ghost Costume, Headless Horsewoman

Rocketeer Rocket Pack Ghostbusters Ghost Costume Headless Horsewoman Lego Indiana Jones Costume Bloody Cut Dessert Easy Leather Punches Spike Through the Gut Secret Message Shirt Large Roller Stamp Lady GaGa Costumes Salsa Fresca Fiber Optic Fairy Wings iPhone Screen Protector Prop Pulse Rifle DIY Calligraphy Instructables.com - 82 2nd St. - San Francisco, CA

Posted by randofo 7 years ago


Requesting feedback on a Fire Breathing Dragon test I did in metal wire.

I did this as a test, so no need to grind my gears about the lack of detail or the unfinished wings. Of course, if you feel passionately about it, feel free to grind my gears good and hard. I'd still like to know what ya'll think. Go to the link below for much larger pic if the thumb interests you at all...the thumb is almost useless. http://imageshack.us/a/img267/5623/firetesta.jpg Size wise, in its pose, there's just over 8" between wing tips, just over 5" head to tail, the "stream of fire" is about 5" long out of the mouth...the head is only 3/8" long by 3/16" wide. Made it with some stiffer than I'd expect steel wire I got at the dollar store ages ago, it's about half a millimeter wide...so it's around 24/25 AW/SW gauge I guess. The legs do look a little awkward in the picture, not at all in the hand or other pictures...but I couldn't get them to look right at the viewing angle I wanted to show...so anyway. Imagine it flying overhead burning a village or cooking a cow for dinner. Cheers.

Posted by Thrasym 5 years ago


a few animatronic ideas could anyone help?

Hi all i want to build some small models and animate them. What id like to do is make some really small butterflys sitting on flowers rocks etc but want to make them flap there wings is therte any way i can do this??? also I want to add some small motors to some small windmill and watermill models to make them slowly turn. basicly Im a smurf collector who collects smurfs but also have a passion to create a whole smurfland in the loft rather than a train set lol. But I want to add some sort of anamatronics etc to make parts of it move and bring it all to life a bit more. So lights going on and off bugs flapping there wings etc mabe little boats moving around on the river? some of the characters moving some how? Basicly is there anyone who has any idea on how I can do any of it?? If you can help or point me in the right direction id be very greatfull. here are a couple of pics of a couple of my self made mini smurf houses that are only about 7 inches in hight. :-) Kind regards Steve ;-)

Posted by smurrell 6 years ago


Kyoto trough 2 wing concept. Try it in a panel cooker?

Panel cookers are simple solar cookers that are made by folding cardboard. When folded, sunlight shines on the panels and gets reflected to the cooking pot. (Normally the cooking pot is painted black and it is often covered in an oven bag to keep heat in better). But, I have never seen a picture of a panel cooker with the side folds in towards the cooking pot instead of out away from the pot. My tests indicate that it will cook for a longer time if you face the side panels in. Anyone want to try it? Also, the tests in software show that a normal panel cooker might give better if it was made with a long tail in line with the path of the sun. Would you like to make small ones and compare this to a normal panel cooker? Small ones heating pint jars of water might be very good for comparison. I have too much cloudy weather to do this. Also, do not worry too much about parabolic. A part circle is just as good for solar cooking and the important thing is to have the axises of curve (Perhaps there is a correct word?) of the troughs or panels at right angles to each other. Brian

Posted by gaiatechnician 9 years ago


Sipriani Rifle V3.0 (FT210) Review

Hey there! This is my review of the Sipriani Rifle V3.0 (FT210).First, lets start with physical appearance.Strength - 8.0. Pretty sturdy.Stock - 8.0. This stock is good, but personally I like the V2's stock better. Handle - 8.0 Pretty good handle, the blue rods dig into your hand though.Scope - 8.0. Nothing new, but it gives you an idea of where the bullet's going.Overall, 8.0Now, for performance.Range - 10.0. This things shoots far. With wings, even farther.Accuracy - 9.0 The long barrel makes it very accurate. Even more with wingsEase of firing - 6.0 It's pretty hard to load this, to be honest. You have to pull back the rubber bands a very long distance, have to clip off half the scope, then put the bullet on. By the way - I was using 2 #64 rubber bands.Fun to shoot with - 9.0 Defiantly one of my most favorite guns I've ever built.Overall - 8.5Final Score - 8.3 Man, I feel like I underrated this. This is a very good gun. I would recommend this to anyone.If my calculations are incorrect, please correct me! Thanks for reading this review! - Owen-mon-82397

Posted by Owenmon 9 years ago


Lesson One

Lesson One: Beginning Dragons are basically giant lizards with wings but you need to know that dragons have types. Darkness Light Holy Space Fire Water Grass Electric Wood Mecha Ground Dirt Air and Plain  Dragons also have deadly attacks and can kill if needed. That is why you never go close to a dragon. EVER. I did once and got a huge scratch. Also the types listed Aren't the only types. There are still more to be found. In the next lesson you will learn the most common tools for catching dragons.

Posted by Mplinnc 7 years ago


Killing Mosquitos with Auto Targeting LASERS!

Houston, we have bug zappers! No really, just this time with lasers! I was surfing through Hack-a-Day, and I came across this. These devices identify a mosquito by the frequency of its beating wings. Once identified, the device aims a laser and destroys the little blood sucker. That seems simple enough, so: Do you think that this could be accomplished by a DIY for under $100? think about, we may have a really useful Instructable on our hands.

Posted by gimmelotsarobots 8 years ago


BATFINK

NOT Ratfink, but Batfink. Has anybody ever seen this show? You know, with Batfink's super sonic sonar radar, his wings of steel that cannot be harmed, evil genius Hugo-a-go-go, his sidekick Karate, the Battillac that looks like a VW-bug and always makes Batfink glad that it has a thermo-nuclear plutonium insulated something, the announcer that always stops right before something horrible will happen to Batfink and asks us what will happen, and the chief. I used to watch it on Boomerang, but they stopped airing it. It's a funny and cool show, made by Hal Seeger.

Posted by CLASSIFIEDINFORMATION 10 years ago


micro electronics

Basic of this post is where e to buy micro size electronics for micro flying drones which are insect size? I asked arduino and raspberry pi, no answer yet.  in this post : https://www.instructables.com/id/3D-Printed-Ornithopter-Micro-UAV-Drone/     there is electromotor which OP claim that was used also by inventor of little flying drone...regarding arduino uno board i am not sure that was really used by inventor, please see pictures and videos on youtube....so if someone knows please post where to buy such micro size electronics. Thank you  

Posted by ruma29 2 years ago