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  • gman5250's Avatar
    Today, 02:02
    Update: Back to work and bringing the K into focus. Just posted up a short video on the B-26K project. This is the first video I have done in 4K. The big GPU makes all the difference. The K project was first on the list for HD video work, so I tried to show the project airplane in all of her glory. She's good in P3D, up to version 4, and I'm working on squeezing polys in the new VC to get her into FSX. Almost there. Enjoy...
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  • kl791's Avatar
    Today, 01:48
    Thanks for the nice comments - here are another couple of screenshots. Antennas, radars, ladders etc are getting into place. The nice thing about stealth ships is that they are extremely soft on FPS...
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  • Phantom88's Avatar
    Today, 01:42
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  • Phantom88's Avatar
    Today, 01:35
    Phantom88 replied to a thread Harrier! in DCS Combat Simulator
    Beautiful,Nice job getting her back on the ship STorm,Great Shots!!!
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  • napamule's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:10
    I think there is a measure of 'luck' when it comes to hardware. Just like it applies to automobiles (same year, same make, same model, same miles) where one will quit at 99,999 miles when others are still 'running good' and/or 'running strong' at 199,999 miles. Just saying. Chuck B Napamule PS: card manufactuers routinely do a 'REFLOW' (melt solder on card) but that is before they put on the components and they do it in peanut oil at precise temps and then gradually cool them down afterwards.
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  • Julio Garcia's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:04
    Amazing work. Have all your Pilatus Repaints. hope more to see in the future. Cheers Julio
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  • warchild's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:00
    I dont think i've ever heard or read the truth delivered with such loving eloquence.. I was a very young child when Sputnik went into space, and had no understanding of what that meant to the security of the world. I learned duck and cover and kiss your butt goodbye, but i didnt think Sputnik started it. We had B-58s, B-47s, flying wings and Klatu Barada Nicto.. We had Big Bopper, Elvis Presley and Dance Party on TV. For a young child it was an Idyllic time punctuated only by the dreaded requirement of getting up and going to school.. Fourty some years ago, i learned electronics, because i could. I didnt want too, but it paid the bills. My real love was aircraft, which my mother forbade me to even think about as her brother as killed while flying during world war two. She was afraid...
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  • PhantomTweak's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:59
    Just a quick note: I only use freeware, being deathly, and chronically, broke, but I don't think I've run into any add-on that doesn't work in SE, as long as it for FSX. FS9, yes, some stuff doesn't work in SE, but so far, scenery, airplanes, gauges, and so on all do fine. The biggest trouble is auto-installers. They often have trouble finding SE, unless they're specifically written for it. Good luck! Pat☺
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  • PhantomTweak's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:43
    Well, Bjoern, it's SO good to see you have your priorities straight. Alcohol first, all else strictly secondary :biggrin-new: :applause: I don't know that it applies to PSU's or not, and it probably doesn't, but I was told by the rep for the generators (diesel) we had at my work place, 250 KW, that they are at their most efficient at about 50% load. Since our site used about 10KW, we had to install what's called a Load Bank to make up the difference. Basically, a heater the size of a small car, that just took outside air in one end, and used resistive coils of different values to add up to what you needed. We switched the coils in and out until we added up to 50% load on the generator. Just what we needed in Yuma, Az, I know, a giant space heater. 120 F outside, and we ran a big-a$$...
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  • lefty's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:32
    You got it -:very_drunk:
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  • trucker17's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:09
    Thats right. the proverbial bad penny is back....:wavey: Its been a long while since i was here. Thanks to work....:playful: But now that work has slowed to a crawl, i have time to HAUNT SOH once again:encouragement: So somebody, anybody fill me in on what been going on....:jump::very_drunk:
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  • cthornburg's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:39
    FVM S 25 Chris
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  • magoo's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:51
    The Super Arrow......nice shape, eh? I'd be surprised if anything beyond the homemade models were ever developed from that. I don't wish to be mean spirited in anyway, but truly, there's a great difference between a hobbiest's museful explorations, and a major aviation firm's research protoype submission to fulfill a government's military requirement. Fun to play with in X-Plane, I think it'd be an interesting exercise to plot the physics as close to the visual graphic model as possible, just to see what it could do. But you know....any jet fighter we can see a picture of right now, is most likely obsolescent already. (Quit posting images of your prototypes, China AF!) Think of unmanned flying weapons...a drone interceptor that can pull un-holy maneuvers that a human could...
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  • scotth6's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:32
    Awesome! Thanks for another beaut aircraft KBT. Cheers,
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  • scotth6's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:27
    Great paints Rick. They look so realistic.
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  • XLR8's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:00
    Thank you! What are these "all the bells and whistles that the military use"?
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