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C/L and F/F props are now made by Ian Thompson. Contact Ian via iandthompson@msn.com to place your orders..

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Now available, a Monograph on "Critical Mach number", airfoil design with application to propellers.. only $AUD50 post paid anywhere

4th May 2014
Meredith Effect: Making Sense Of It

4th May 2014
Meredith Effect: Fact or Fiction

9th August 2013
A propeller for compressed air motors

25th May 2012
Analytic analysis of team race performance


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Left to Right: Trevor Letchford, Adrian Dyson, Paul Rossiter, Mike Beilby, Joe Supercool. Competitors at the WA State Champs for Open Power, July 2004. Noel McMillan, Rod MacDonald and Philip Letchford missing from the photo, latter two off down wind looking for  Rod's model...

Large wheatfield at Meckering, WA, plays host to Rod MacDonalds lost model. Black dot in centre is fetchermite Denzyl Moncrieff, with model.

Denzyls new cousins, waiting their turn to fly. A pigeon pair, should be naturals!

 Denzyl with Rod's recovered model. Another week and the wheat would swallow the model forever.

Supercool Slow Open Power model: OS20 powered The Joe Supercool launch position #1: side on shot. The Joe Supercool launch position #2: back to the wind. Wait till the model stops fighting you and the wind, then release (don't throw)
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Supercool in the office Laying up props The CNC mill
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Adjusting a tool Supercool with moulds


Rare Bear at Reno, fastest prop/engine/Wright R3350 ever
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Rosemary modelling props    

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