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Old July 11th 03, 06:13 PM
Dan Thomas
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I bought the newest copy of Aviation and Space magazine the other day
because it had a good article about wooden props, and how Sensenich
builds them. Really
good reading.
I have some material written by Raoul Hoffman about propeller
layout and carving, and plan someday to make another prop for my Jodel
using his articles. I think they were originally articles from the
good ol' days of Sport Aviation magazine, back when it had good, hard
info for the scratch-builder. I'll have to take a closer look. His
ideas make the whole process much simpler.
Old July 12th 03, 10:36 PM
dann mann
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Andre, I tried to email you directly. Bounced. Check with the San Diego
Aerospace Museum. I think one of the guys that does the restorations
there decided to document the prop making process. Those guys that make
the prop carving duplicator might have it too.
Good luck


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