- Sep 6, 2010
- Total Flight Time
Living and working in China is mentally rewarding, there is a Chinese proverb that says, Man with mouth open wait for long time for duck to fly in. With that in mind sometimes is upsetting with some guys ,and thinking on another proverb "one who runs a store must have a smiling face" but curiously, having posted many pictures, I found the lack of technical interaction to be non-existent,other than negativities. Looks like if it doesn’t fit his flying contraption, or not manufactures in North America, and is not expensive, has no technical merits. Regardless, we have strong followers and of course, hence my smiling face.I wish for everyone p i ssing on this thread to simply just p i ss-off themselves !!! If you don't like the thread, ignore the Psru thread. I'm sure you guy's can make out I'm p i ssed-off myself.....
Forget who he is, forget who else he seems to be, forget about wanting to purchase his stuff, but be thankfull that he is posting something technical, something with pictures, something to stimulate us tech guru's into thinking.
it sure beats crappy posts about guns, ET's, and the worlds problems. This is a thread about technical stuff, and I love to see the pictures, admire the clean workshop, see the machining progress on parts, trying to figure out how they work. So what if it's copied, it's fun to watch a creation in progress.
We have a small R&D facilities (600 m²) in China, commenting on cleanliness, my boss demands absolute and spotless cleanliness, since Chinese smoke, every bench has and astray and provides soft base shoes for all the machinist, visitors entering the facilities, must change shoes too. The floor is some special two-pack resin from Germany and must get polished every day, albeit has not the sparkles like the floor from Stan Foster. The 3D room is only accessed by my boss and only some of the engineers. There are 6 other rooms for Dyno, measuring, wind tunnel, assembly , engines, and electronics.