Another write up by Arne Kverneland

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  • 09 May 2012 22:30
    Reply # 915950 on 869421
    Thanks Arne, I copied your course/bearing plotter as well.
  • 09 May 2012 18:04
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                                                                    Stavanger, Wed.

    Getting the camber right in a cambered panel junk sail.

    I just uploded a new version of a file called "Arne's Chain Calculator, text and sketch, ver 2012 05 09.pdf " showing a much simpler way than before of finding the round R which gives the desired camber.

    It sits under "Other techncal files"

    under "my" page here


    Last modified: 09 May 2012 22:13 | Anonymous member (Administrator)
  • 05 Apr 2012 11:55
    Reply # 882469 on 869421
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                                                                        Stavanger, Thursday

                Course and Range Plotter plus Bearing Plotter

    Here is another little write up showing a couple of plotters. They were the result of practicing on my QCAD program. The file is found under my How-to section on "my" page. The PDF-converted drawings are 2.2MB. Here it is: Two potters. If you want the original QCAD file (160kB), just let me know.


    PS, 6. April: Thanks to a tip from David Ty, I just learnt a better way to convert the CAD drawings to pdf format so now the total file crimped to 163kB without losing on clarity. Improvement!

    Last modified: 30 Jul 2019 08:55 | Anonymous member (Administrator)
  • 27 Mar 2012 14:04
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    Yesterday I upoaded a little write up to "my" page:

    It can be found under the Letters  section and is called

    "20120326 A cordless winch handle for Johanna.pdf"

    Hopefully it is of some interest for one or two of you


    PS: Now that Gary K told me how to fit a short little link, look at this: Winchrite

    Last modified: 30 Jul 2019 08:57 | Anonymous member (Administrator)
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