Peter, this video is an example of why I believe this project will succeed. When you see a problem, you address it directly. Specifically the hydraulic pressure to the gear for retraction speed, etc.
I appreciate your dilligence.
It is so satisfying to see your schematics being developed and used proactively as a planning tool rather than an after-the-fact addition to the technical manual. It kills me being 68 yrs old…too old to reasonably expect to build a Raptor…and having to resign myself to watching you live the dream. Great work!
Peter and team, amazing work as always.
I’m just blown away by the following of this project. I was refreshing the page and waiting anxiously for tonight's update. When it finally dropped I started watching the video, and YouTube said “No views”. When I was finished watching it I refreshed the page and it said 46 views.
Peter & Jeff,
Hey Guys really great seeing you build the layers up, so fast too!
“Like eye liner”, my wife, said that! Girls.
I would enjoy learning more about the materials. Jeff should do a show and tell maybe? When he gets time, Right!
I was researching a childhood dream of flying, the aircraft you are developing ticks all the boxes that I set, the range is the deal maker, as is the willingness to explore non conventional power solutions that bring certain maintenance advantages, I believe you mentioned to Andrey that pushing the envelope is how…
Generally I keep my digital footprint as non-existent as possible, but I feel compelled to tip my hat to you here. As a pilot and scientist I have found your methodical and steady progress to be extremely exciting. My wife and I are always looking forward to the updates. I’m sure you don’t need the encouragement, but…