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Posted Sat Jun 29, 2013, 8:08pm
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Hey,Len,
I can't send you a roaster, but if you would like I can send you some of the SPAM that North Coffee Just sent me!
A warniong to all participating in this or any other such thread concerning this 'company" tyhat you should set a spam filter now.

 
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Posted Sat Jun 29, 2013, 8:18pm
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There seems to be some sort of ESL sarcasm gap here. Nothing worse than wasted snark.
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Posted Sat Jun 29, 2013, 9:16pm
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frcn Said:

Hey,Len,
I can't send you a roaster, but if you would like I can send you some of the SPAM that North Coffee Just sent me!
A warniong to all participating in this or any other such thread concerning this 'company" tyhat you should set a spam filter now.

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Hi Randy.  I got one too.  I actually saw in the "To" section of the email that he emailed you also.  This guy can't even spam correctly.

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GVDub Said:

There seems to be some sort of ESL sarcasm gap here. Nothing worse than wasted snark.

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^ - I nominate this for post of the month   :-)

 
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Posted Sun Jun 30, 2013, 4:14pm
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Len.
Sorry, the choppers are all tied up, but I have a 1951 Hughs XH-28 you can borrow:

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Posted Sun Jun 30, 2013, 5:25pm
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oldgearhead Said:

Len.
Sorry, the choppers are all tied up, but I have a 1951 Hughs XH-28 you can borrow:

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LOL.  Thanks Jim.  And that thing looks so cool.  I bet it would make one heck of a stump puller.  But that thing looks a bit like a toy mockup.  Maybe a stump puller for a small yard on a train set?

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Posted Mon Jul 1, 2013, 6:17am
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No the XH-28 was real, and it did fly. Both McDonnell (XHCH-1) and Hughs built prototypes of 'flying cranes' using 'tip-jets' to move the rotors.
The Hughs crane did fly, the McDonnell XHCH-1 didn't...Problems were very high fuel usage and noise. However, no transmissions (Chinok has 3),  
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Posted Mon Jul 1, 2013, 6:44am
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oldgearhead Said:

No the XH-28 was real, and it did fly. Both McDonnell (XHCH-1) and Hughs built prototypes of 'flying cranes' using 'tip-jets' to move the rotors.
The Hughs crane did fly, the McDonnell XHCH-1 didn't...Problems were very high fuel usage and noise. However, no transmissions (Chinok has 3),  
low torque so no tail rotor required...

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I read the specs on it, it had a propulsion system on the tip of each blade, I guess in addition to conventional propulsion.  The picture you 1st showed had a portion of each blade removed so it threw off me on the looks.  They referenced doing full scale mockups for testing purposes, however I researched and saw other angles of the original picture you sent and it had such engine detail that it appears that it was not a mockup.  Quite a wild looking helicopter.

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Posted Mon Jul 1, 2013, 7:42am
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CoffeeRoastersClub Said:

I read the specs on it, it had a propulsion system on the tip of each blade, I guess in addition to conventional propulsion.  The picture you 1st showed had a portion of each blade removed so it threw off me on the looks.  They referenced doing full scale mockups for testing purposes, however I researched and saw other angles of the original picture you sent and it had such engine detail that it appears that it was not a mockup.  Quite a wild looking helicopter.

Len

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Actually, nothing 'conventional' about them. They sent either compressed air or compressed gas up the hollow shaft and on to the rotor tips,
they tried gas + after-burners and air only. My son's father-in-law worked on the XHCH-1 in St'Louis...Popular Science mag still thinks this stuff is new?

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