- Apr 21, 2008
- San Diego, CA. USA
- Piper Archer, Aviomania G1sb
- Total Flight Time
- Not sure over 10,000+ logged FW, 260+ ultralights, sailplane, hang-gliders
Wow, you rock! I wrote most of the page for Open Source Project last night. It will have the current status and a donation page.Thank you Vance any information regarding current rating etc., would be helpful.
All-In, thank you, a lot of interesting information, just need some time to digest. Where do I send a donation to the research? Thanks to all for responding so far I'll get back when I have more time.
It needs its own revenue source to be self-sustaining as it's a 5K sponsorship fee that the 1st 3 projects waved they wanted the projects but we have to pay for parts.
So my new thinking is:
We will sell the SolidWorks plans and CNC code etc "For Educational Purposes Only" assuring our team and PRA has no liability.
We will pay S.D.U. back for our 1st project out this revenue, the car-starter project, that is in testing, earns for itself.
But the pricing will be based on the complexity of the and number of components/drawings, CNC or software code.
From $50 to $250 for the Jump-takeoff plans being the most complex, with PRA members benefit of 50% off.
Might aks for a DONATION but as a pre-pay purchase = when it is finished it would be free to those you pay in advance,
Let people vote for the project they want with their wallets to help fund it at first to make it happen sooner rather than later.
I need to get this new source of revenue voted on by the board before I post much more and it may change...