Unser SELBSTGEBAUTES FLUGZEUG ist fertig! | FLIEGENDES FAHRRAD #2


The Real Life Guys
The Real Life Guys

Habt ihr eine Idee, wie wir das Flugzeug nennen können? Wir hoffen, dass euch das Video gefallen hat! 😉

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Yaniboy
Yaniboy

FlyGuys

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Laurenxius Schubert
Laurenxius Schubert

Messerschmitt

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Lukes 67
Lukes 67

Lol

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Michael Becker
Michael Becker

Airforc life

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KxyPlayZ
KxyPlayZ

Ride

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Edera Minghi
Edera Minghi

Ottimo lavoro. ...mettete un motore Rotax. ..

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Chandan Mandal
Chandan Mandal

So nice

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Nina One
Nina One

Baut doch eure superschnellen Motorrad Elektromotor

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David Schmoor
David Schmoor

Real fly

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Yvo Geisseler
Yvo Geisseler

Ihr habt die geilsten ideen

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Natascha Paulsen
Natascha Paulsen

Oder creative-buildguys

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Natascha Paulsen
Natascha Paulsen

Nennt es aero-planeX3

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Punkt
Punkt

Ihr macht das echt gut

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Robert der Handwerker
Robert der Handwerker

Baut doch mal ne Rakete

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bipola telly
bipola telly

Goddamn!!!! Is THAT the "music" you guys listen too? Bloody hell....

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KingPlays
KingPlays

Wie heißt denn das coole lied bei 3:20

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Your Internet
Your Internet

You guys are so smart I wish I was able to make a plane ! keep it up guys all the best!

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ESCAPE OUT
ESCAPE OUT

You guys rocking ❤️

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combatwombat71
combatwombat71

On flat ground, the moment the wheels lift off, thrust is gone, drag takes over, and you will be back on the ground. Time to add an engine I think!

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Abi Pamungkas
Abi Pamungkas

Don't give up, guys 😂

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romeo rozeta
romeo rozeta

Good for you guys! I hope it all works out well.

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karlosratto14
karlosratto14

the real plane !!!!

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JR Bailey
JR Bailey

Gentlemen have to remember that we foreigners, are not native German speakers, and so ihr müsst etwas langsamer sprechen! Ich habe 33 Stunden in einem Cessna geflogen, für meine Pilotscheinklassen. Machts gut und viel Glück! Tschüß von Wyoming, USA!!

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Craftstorm idee
Craftstorm idee

ich heise auch Leander

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Sanjay barman Barman
Sanjay barman Barman

Awesome guys. Well done from India

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John Hanks
John Hanks

Its finished but doesn’t fly , so you guys might think about placing a title you can’t achieve in the video you’re posting.

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Jacek Gabrysiewicz
Jacek Gabrysiewicz

Suuuupppeeeerrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

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aservito
aservito

put a motor engine

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et merci
et merci

2RadFlug könnt ihr nennen

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Re- VIBE
Re- VIBE

I Heartly Sault you two guys included camera man Good work Good job Well done You guys impressed me 😊👏👏👏💕Awesome

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Justus Sander
Justus Sander

Ihr habt das Querruder vergessen, ohne das kann man das Flugzeug nicht stabilisieren und es kippt beim fliegen zur Seite.

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Igor Popovic
Igor Popovic

debilcuge retardirane

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MinhDang Trinh
MinhDang Trinh

If you attach the engine you have reviewed. I think it will fly People see their opinions or give yourself a like

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Dang Cao
Dang Cao

I think the bike needs more thrust to get it air borne in relation to the weight of it.

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Jason Max
Jason Max

Good jod

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Drilon Abazi
Drilon Abazi

Wieso macht ihr das Flugzeug nicht mit tobinen

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Doriii •
Doriii •

Nennt es findet Dori

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kp_ 204
kp_ 204

Airbus für Arme

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Andrea Pecchioli
Andrea Pecchioli

non capisco cosa ci state a fare nel mondo

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Landon
Landon

It didnt even fly lol

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Matei Girbea
Matei Girbea

Nennt das Flugzeug fly Uwe

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Bruce Ruttan
Bruce Ruttan

From the Czech Republic?

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Max Schröder
Max Schröder

ja nent es flying Uwe

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abdulrahman الداخل
abdulrahman الداخل

Good try guys. I guess, if it pulled by car it would be able to fly. What do u think??

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International Pilots
International Pilots

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Roger Reimer
Roger Reimer

Solar Energy Isn’t Always as Green as You Think Do cheaper photovoltaics providing solar energy come with a higher environmental price tag? By Dustin Mulvaney Advertisement Editor’s Picks null Two Labs Get the Lead Out of Promising Perovskite Solar Cells null Thin-film Solar Cells Freed From Toxic Processing How Free Is Solar Energy? factory worker in China inspects Photo: Imaginechina/Corbis On the Line: A factory worker in China inspects crystalline silicon photovoltaic cells. Solar panels glimmering in the sun are an icon of all that is green. But while generating electricity through photovoltaics is indeed better for the environment than burning fossil fuels, several incidents have linked the manufacture of these shining symbols of environmental virtue to a trail of chemical pollution. And it turns out that the time it takes to compensate for the energy used and the greenhouse gases emitted in photovoltaic panel production varies substantially by technology and geography. That’s the bad news. The good news is that the industry could readily eliminate many of the damaging side effects that do exist. Indeed, pressure for it to do so is mounting, in part because, since 2008, photovoltaics manufacturing has moved from Europe, Japan, and the United States to China, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Taiwan; today nearly half the world’s photovoltaics are manufactured in China. As a result, although the overall track record for the industry is good, the countries that produce the most photovoltaics today typically do the worst job of protecting the environment and their workers. To understand exactly what the problems are, and how they might be addressed, it’s helpful to know a little something about how photovoltaic panels are made. While solar energy can be generated using a variety of technologies, the vast majority of solar cells today start as quartz, the most common form of silica (silicon dioxide), which is refined into elemental silicon. There’s the first problem: The quartz is extracted from mines, putting the miners at risk of one of civilization’s oldest occupational hazards, the lung disease silicosis. The initial refining turns quartz into metallurgical-grade silicon, a substance used mostly to harden steel and other metals. That happens in giant furnaces, and keeping them hot takes a lot of energy, a subject we’ll return to later. Fortunately, the levels of the resulting emissions—mostly carbon dioxide and sulfur dioxide—can’t do much harm to the people working at silicon refineries or to the immediate environment. The next step, however—turning metallurgical-grade silicon into a purer form called polysilicon—creates the very toxic compound silicon tetrachloride. The refinement process involves combining hydrochloric acid with metallurgical-grade silicon to turn it into what are called trichlorosilanes. The trichlorosilanes then react with added hydrogen, producing polysilicon along with liquid silicon tetrachloride—three or four tons of silicon tetrachloride for every ton of polysilicon. wastewater exiting a plant Photo: Imaginechina/AP Photo Acid Drain: Wastewater exits a plant operated by Jinko Solar Holding Co. In 2011, hydrofluoric acid used by the company for solar-panel manufacturing contaminated river water, killing hundreds of fish and dozens of pigs. Most manufacturers recycle this waste to make more polysilicon. Capturing silicon from silicon tetrachloride requires less energy than obtaining it from raw silica, so recycling this waste can save manufacturers money. But the reprocessing equipment can cost tens of millions of dollars. So some operations have just thrown away the by-product. If exposed to water—and that’s hard to prevent if it’s casually dumped—the silicon tetrachloride releases hydrochloric acid, acidifying the soil and emitting harmful fumes. When the photovoltaics industry was smaller, the solar-cell manufacturers got their silicon from chipmakers, which rejected wafers that did not meet the computer industry’s purity requirements. But the boom in photovoltaics demanded more than semiconductor-industry leftovers, and many new polysilicon refineries were built in China. Few countries at the time had stringent rules covering the storage and disposal of silicon tetrachloride waste, and China was no exception, as some Washington Post reporters discovered. The paper’s investigation, published in March 2008, profiled a Chinese polysilicon facility owned by Luoyang Zhonggui High-Technology Co., located near the Yellow River in the country’s Henan province. This facility supplied polysilicon to Suntech Power Holdings, at the time the world’s largest solar-cell manufacturer, as well as to several other high-profile photovoltaics companies. The reporters found that the company was dumping silicon tetrachloride waste on neighboring fields instead of investing in equipment that could reprocess it, rendering those fields useless for growing crops and inflaming the eyes and throats of nearby residents. And the article suggested that the company was not alone in this practice. After the publication of the Washington Post story, solar companies’ stock prices fell. Investors feared the revelations would undermine an industry that relies so much on its green credentials. After all, that’s what attracts most customers and draws public support for policies that foster the adoption of solar energy, such as the Residential Renewable Energy Tax Credit in the United States. Those who purchase residential solar systems can subtract 30 percent of the cost from their tax bills until the incentive expires in 2016. To protect the industry’s reputation, the manufacturers of photovoltaic panels began to inquire about the environmental practices of their polysilicon suppliers. Consequently, the situation is now improving. In 2011 China set standards requiring that companies recycle at least 98.5 percent of their silicon tetrachloride waste. These standards are easy to meet so long as factories install the proper equipment. Yet it remains to be seen how well the rules are being enforced. This problem could completely go away in the future. Researchers at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden, Colo., are looking for ways to make polysilicon with ethanol instead of chlorine-based chemicals, thereby avoiding the creation of silicon tetrachloride altogether. The struggle to keep photovoltaics green does not end with the production of polysilicon. Solar-cell manufacturers purify chunks of polysilicon to form bricklike ingots and then slice the ingots into wafers. Then they introduce impurities into the silicon wafers, creating the essential solar-cell architecture that produces the photovoltaic effect. These steps all involve hazardous chemicals. For example, manufacturers rely on hydrofluoric acid to clean the wafers, remove damage that comes from sawing, and texture the surface to better collect light. Hydrofluoric acid works great for all these things, but when it touches an unprotected person, this highly corrosive liquid can destroy tissue and decalcify bones. So handling hydrofluoric acid requires extreme care, and it must be disposed of properly. But accidents do happen and are more likely in places that have limited experience manufacturing semiconductors or that have lax environmental regulations. In August 2011, a factory in China’s Zhejiang province owned by Jinko Solar Holding Co., one of the largest photovoltaic companies in the world, spilled hydrofluoric acid into the nearby Mujiaqiao River, killing hundreds of fish. And farmers working adjacent lands, who used the contaminated water to clean their animals, accidently killed dozens of pigs. In investigating the dead pigs, Chinese authorities found levels of hydrofluoric acid in the river 10 times the permitted limit, and they presumably took these measurements long after much of the hydrofluoric acid had washed downstream. Hundreds of local residents, upset over the incident, stormed and temporarily occupied the manufacturing facility. Again, investors reacted: When major media outlets carried the news the next day, Jinko’s stock price dropped by more than 40 percent, translating to nearly US $100 million in lost value. This threat to the environment needn’t continue. Researchers at Rohm & Haas Electronic Materials, a subsidiary of Dow Chemical, have identified substitutes for the hydrofluoric acid used in solar-cell manufacture. One good candidate is sodium hydroxide (NaOH). Although NaOH is itself a caustic chemical, it is easier to treat and dispose of than hydrofluoric acid and is less risky for workers. It is also easier to treat wastewater containing NaOH. Although more than 90 percent of photovoltaic panels made today start with polysilicon, there is a newer approach: thin-film solar-cell technology. The thin-film varieties will likely grow in market share over the next decade, because they can be just as efficient as silicon-based solar cells and yet cheaper to manufacture, as they use less energy and material. solar-panel manufacturers and their carbon footprint Source: Argonne National Laboratory/Fengqi You et al. Carbon in Creation: Solar-panel manufacturers need electricity and thermal energy, and carbon emissions from their generation can vary widely with location. Panels produced in China, which relies heavily on coal for power, have a larger carbon footprint than those produced in Europe. Makers of thin-film cells deposit layers of semiconductor material directly on a substrate of glass, metal, or plastic instead of slicing wafers from a silicon ingot. This produces less waste and completely avoids the complicated melting, drawing, and slicing used to make traditional cells. In essence, a piece of glass goes in at one end of the factory and a fully functional photovoltaic module emerges from the other.

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exru
exru

Where is a profit?

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François Cauneau
François Cauneau

mmmmh... not so bad but now, all you need to ad is a shrubbery. Just behind the pilot, to give a slight perspective effect. An orchestra lounge also ;-)

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34 Realist.
34 Realist.

Ich meine, das Gesamtgewicht ist zu hoch. Schon das Basisfahrrad ist ungeeignet, es ist zu schwer und hat zu geringe Übersetzungsspannweite. Da sollte man ein Rennrad nehmen, das wiegt unter 10kg. Das Gleiche gilt für das verwendete Material für Rahmen und Flügel, alles viel zu schwer.... Übrigens gab es mal eine Ausschreibung des HOBBY Magazines in den 60er für den ersten, muskelbetriebenen Flug ....

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ali ali
ali ali

I hope you reach your mark. I also built a plane in Iran and flown. The angle of the edge of the attack was low

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ali ali
ali ali

اگه دو رجه زاویه لبه حمله رو بالا میداد چند متری پرواز میکرد

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lorcan wall media
lorcan wall media

Wingspan?

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Jirr bal
Jirr bal

you need pulse jet engine!!!

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Gervacio Astusio
Gervacio Astusio

You should do a homemade hang glider.

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MENTAL ADVICE
MENTAL ADVICE

THE LUFT WASHER !!! lol ...oh my best yet lol ???

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extremus Mihai's vlog's 2
extremus Mihai's vlog's 2

you plagiarized Traian Vuia did this first

Vor 3 Monate
Hamza Yılmaz
Hamza Yılmaz

You need a turbo jet engine and you must make turbo jet engine or jet engine and more wheel

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Heiko Walter
Heiko Walter

Guter Job ! Aber das Startbild suggeriert Solartragflächen ,das wäre noch die Krönung !!!

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Christian Webb
Christian Webb

why the fuck is the title and description in in english but your some german speaking motherfuckers

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Tushf
Tushf

Bähash Panzerß

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mimi _loveyou
mimi _loveyou

Make one with an engine

Vor 3 Monate
Александр Постернак
Александр Постернак

Надо было кресты фашистские нарисовать на крыльях тогда бы точно полетел. Тяжело вам без фюрера.

Vor 3 Monate
Günda Rudolw
Günda Rudolw

könnt ihr die lautstärke der musik etwas mehr an eure stimmen angleichen? sonst muss man wählen zwischen euch nicht rictig verstehen oder von der musik "angebrüllt" zu werden

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Mat1988ify
Mat1988ify

Poleciał........ hahahah

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dame 2
dame 2

Ein Motor

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enes Cakir
enes  Cakir

you need airspeed not groundspeed, you cant fly with your wheels only, maybe if you ride off a clif you might fly ...

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тот самый Vladimir5396 тот самый Vladimir5396
тот самый Vladimir5396 тот самый Vladimir5396

nennet es _____ bitte flieg doch endtlich_____

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Misho Kurashvili
Misho Kurashvili

You must add prop to fly after take off

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jaquu
jaquu

what the hat is this supposed to be? :D

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Garry Court
Garry Court

Very important to cover the gap between the wings for better air flow.....also consider some dihedral

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Amirhousein Hazratifar
Amirhousein Hazratifar

meine Herren, ist Ihr Fahrradflugzeug jemals geflogen? Vielen Dank

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Abe Davis
Abe Davis

I GUESS IT WASN'T QUITE FINISHED AFTERALL!!

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Daniel harman
Daniel harman

I can’t wait till the whole world speaks English

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Vijaya Kumar T
Vijaya Kumar T

Attach the cycle plane with motorbike behind and pull. The increasing speed of bike will lift the plane as far as you control in the air...

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Fajar Sophian
Fajar Sophian

*BLYAT* WOAH!

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Dolan Gallier
Dolan Gallier

I can tell all ready that it is going to be too heavy!!

Vor 4 Monate
Andym8910
Andym8910

Nice one lads. Human powered flight is the ultimate dream!

Vor 4 Monate
vincent7520
vincent7520

You should have used a twin bike ! …;)))

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GameDude Redd
GameDude Redd

Make a bunch of those Planes and create a Luftwaffe Machen Sie einen Haufen dieser Flugzeuge und erstellen Sie eine Luftwaffe

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Petr zachariáš
Petr zachariáš

For Czechs: Jan Tleskač by na ně mohl být pyšnej ne? :D

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Q Turn
Q Turn

nice efforts guys..... All the best

Vor 4 Monate
RaksoTV
RaksoTV

haha dat ding hat ja wölbklappen am leitwerk :D

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fugly
fugly

Just an english comment

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Nick TV
Nick TV

Darf ich begrüßen Werner das Flugzeug 😂

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LP Monsti
LP Monsti

Ist einer von denen, die neben dem Flugzeug hergerannt sind in der Feuerwehr?

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David Bee
David Bee

Ich wünschte, ich hätte jemals die Handwerklichen und physikalischen Skills für sowas gehabt. Die idee, nen Flugzeug oder Heli aus nem Fahrrad zu bauen, hatte ich bereits vor 20 Jahren. Jedoch sollte man da Plan von physikalischen Gesetzen, Aerodynamik, Motoren und gleichzeitig Mechanik besitzen. Hatte ich leider nie. Genauso wie das notige Kleingeld für die Bauteile. Mal ganz abgesehen von der Zeit Durch Muskelkraft des Kettenantriebs, der wiederum an einen Propeller gekoppelt ist, ist es wahrscheinlich schwer bis unmöglich son Teil zum Abheben zu bewegen. Darum war eine weitere Idee, ein kleines Motorrad oder Mofa zu benutzen, dessen Antrieb mit einem Propeller verbunden ist. Denkbar wäre auch ein "menschlisches" Flugzeug. Ähnlich wie bei eurer menschlichen Drohne. Die Testperson wird dabei in ein längliches horizontales Metallgestell eingespannt, an dem sich auch die Tragflächen befänden. Vorne (also Kopfseite) der Propeller. Motor und Tank entweder unter oder oberhalb des Körpers montiert und per Kette oder riemen mit dem Propeller verbunden. Ich hatte in meinem Leben die Möglichkeiten nicht wirklich. Darum find ichs so hammergeil, daß es da nun Leute gibt, die genau das umsetzen. Sollten eure Entwicklungen daher wirklich mal in Serie gehen, bin ich euer erster Kunde ;-) Für den Traum vom Fliegen ohne die Einschränkungen eines klassischen Flugzeugs (1000 Instrumente und Knöpfe, vor jedem Start/Landung irgendwelche Genehmigungen einholen ect....), würde ich so einiges tun bzw ausgeben

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Laurenxius Schubert
Laurenxius Schubert

Seid ihr Zwillinge ?

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Sahil Rana
Sahil Rana

dumb kids!

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Рафаиль Абсатаров
Рафаиль Абсатаров

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_O4mw0OMukE

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Рафаиль Абсатаров
Рафаиль Абсатаров

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kjfFgSZkRcw&t=0s&index=7&list=LLHcA_Q8VNCNUOiZJX5BkXfQ

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Grosu Daniel
Grosu Daniel

🖒🖒🇲🇩🇲🇩🇲🇩🇲🇩🇲🇩

Vor 4 Monate
alishanmao
alishanmao

very good work guys, but you need a propeller and some sort of mechanism to rotate it while paddling the bicycle. it will be very hard but still you need to propel it. hope you worked it out. i know its an old video

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Mel Brooks
Mel Brooks

MUSIC ADDS NO VALUE TO THIS TYPE OF VIDEO. It is extremely annoying.

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Youssef Elansari
Youssef Elansari

you have to be fast if you want to fly

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Herik
Herik

lower flyby pass ever

Vor 4 Monate
Goca Uşaklı
Goca Uşaklı

bu çocuklarda bi karadenizli kanı var gibi yanılıyor muyum? Hem burun hem de sürekli bir şey yapmaları aksanda sanki hafif kayıyor gibi.

Vor 4 Monate
siepsisch
siepsisch

Die DDR spricht aus euch

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Sosek
Sosek

everything in English then speak ugly fu....ng German.... tfuu

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Mad Joe Mak
Mad Joe Mak

Nenne es das flugrad

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Deutscher Widerstand deutscher Stolz
Deutscher Widerstand deutscher Stolz

bin eben auf euren Kanal gestoßen und habe nur eins zu sagen... es ist unglaublich dass ihr nur 450k Abos habt, während volksverdummung wie PrankBros, apo red, bibi und co weit über eine Mio haben. macht weiter so Jungs!

Vor 4 Monate
Franky Yodi
Franky Yodi

have you watch peter sripol videos bout airplane? your idea and his idea if combined = perfect his cons : wood body heavy yet fly using electric motors your pros : using styrofoam must be so light..

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Baaazxy 12
Baaazxy 12

Abelive

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CHIMÄRA RECORDS
CHIMÄRA RECORDS

Als nächstes baut ihr eine Rakete zum Mond😂

Vor 4 Monate
cme_ bln
cme_ bln

Der Schwerpunkt muss zwischen dem vorderen Viertel und dem vorderen Drittel des Flügels liegen damit es funktioniert.

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