I know what happened to the Nolans kits. It was purchased by my corporation. We currently own the patent rights to the kit now known as the Eagle's Perch (as you are probably aware). We are still selling the kit, although we are also focusing on the UAV market. You can check out our website to see what we have done, www.eagleaviationtech.com. The Eagle's Perch is currently selling at $18,995.00USD without the engines (two for safety- no autorotation) and electronics. Usually once you add these components pricing ranges between $29,000-$31,000.00 USD.PTKay said:I am also very much for a coax solution.
Does anybody know what happend to the Nolan Bros
Eagle's Perch Heli. The web site was always very scarse,
and no news about it since some time.
It looks like the idea has been revived in AirScooter.
The solution is simple gimbal rotorhead, not so complex, no swashplates.
Almost as simple as gyro controls, but how (and if) it works...?
I think the similar solution was used on Sikorsky S-69 (XH59A) ABC.
Anybody has any news about such helis?
Thought you would be interested in knowing!
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