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EMG-6 Webinar Hosted By EAA (Video)

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EAA Hosted Webinar: EMG-6 Update October 2016




This is upgraded video of the EMG-6 webinar hosted by EAA. We have edited out some of the trivia and the questions at the end and added a significant amount of video to enhance the webinar.

EMG-6 "Shop Notes" October 2016

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"EMG-6 Shop Notes" is a day-to-day accounting of what's going on in the shop with the EMG-6 Electric Motor Glider.

October 21, 2016 AOPA Electric Articlehttps://www.aopa.org/news-and-media/all-news/2016/october/19/electric-aviation-made-practical
October 20, 2016 Tim sent the Webinar report from yesterday. We want to thank everyone for giving us such a high rating. And even though we only had 173 attendees we feel pretty good about the total attendance. Especially considering we were up against the 3rd presidential debate. Maybe that's why we did have such good attendance. Everyone looking for an escape. We will post the link to the webinar When it becomes available. 



We are getting ready for doing our new VLOG (Video blog). It will be called the  "Hangar 7 Video blog" We will be doing a weekly Video update with everything that is happening not only on the EMG-6 but with the going's on at Rainbow Aviation as well.

New Updated Index

EMG-6 Electric Motor Glider Webinar Hosted by EAA

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Register now and block your calendar to be able to attend the EMG-6 Electric Motor Glider webinar hosted by EAA. The webinar will be on Wednesday, October 19, 2016 at 7 PM to 8:30 PM central daylight time.

Our moderator for the webinar will be Tim Bogenhagen from EAA.

Click Here to Go to the Registration Page





Stronger 3-D Printed Parts (Part2) Sport Aviation / Experimenter "Technically Speaking" Article September 2016

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3-D Printed Parts (Part 2)

Post-processing 3-D printing with ABS plastic provides tremendous versatility when it comes to post-processing of your part. When we refer to post-processing, we are simply talking about any process that modifies the original part after it comes out of the 3-D printer. Although there are many applications that do not require any post-processing, it is generally the post-processing that converts the part from a simple 3-D printed part into a usable part on your aircraft.