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Marske Flying Wing Workshops for 2004



 
 
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Old March 9th 04, 05:01 PM
mat Redsell
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Default Marske Flying Wing Workshops for 2004

We have this years outline for workshops:

Hands on composites March 20-21, 2004

Tail-less Design workshop July 17-18th, 2004, cost $250

Flying Wing symposium- labor day weekend-Sept 4-5, and 6th, 2004- cost $75
to attend
A Study of the works of Jim Marske and others who have used the plank or
forward swept wing planform: This will basically be a tribute to the work of
Jim Marske.
-see the Pioneer IId fly
-see the pioneer III
-films and discussions
-guest speakers

Spar workshop Oct 16-17,2004, cost $250

Composite workshop Nov 19-20,2004, cost $250

check our seb site for more details:

Marske Flying Wings http://www.continuo.com/marske



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