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    Canadian Lanc Sim

    Well...been awhile. Here's my first of a few vids showing how the canadianlancsim is coming along. I've been very busy with work, but have had time lately to pound on it. This one shows the general layout of the interior of the yoke and pedistal. The final result came out of no less then a bakers dozen experiments or more with how to get the right tension and for the chain drive to work correctly without the multitude of bearings and whatnot.

    My next vid will be on how I solved the tension problem with for and aft movement and how I could simulate it with my particular setup.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a-_YaNqoOVk

    Any questions, please ask...no secrets here.

    S!

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    Re: Canadian Lanc Sim

    Man, that is some beautiful work Chris. It looks like it just rolled off the assembly line!!!

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    Re: Canadian Lanc Sim

    Nice work!!!! WOW!!!

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    Re: Canadian Lanc Sim

    Great stuff!!! The only problem with chain drives is teh one you found......but spring tension works wonders!
    "Tony"

    In memory of Flt Lt Tony Hill who, on 5 December 1941, at the request of Doctor R V Jones, successfully photographed a small "Würzburg radar" at Bruneval on the French coast. This from a height of only 200 ft, at high speed, under fire and from a camera mounted obliquely behind the cockpit.

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    Re: Canadian Lanc Sim

    Had to take off up north to work again, but here's next vid...

    Yoke Dampening
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClaLME3kShs

    Yoke Pitch Axis Input
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AC614ZZY_8s