How Do I Make a Gyrocopter?

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To make a gyrocopter, begin by cutting out a 17cm long by 4cm wide strip of paper. At the top, cut a 7.6cm slit down through the middle of the strip to create a pair of wings. Next, fold the wings down in opposite directions from one another and finally attach a paper clip to the bottom of the strip for weight.
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1. Achieve lift off by moving the gyrocopter forward down the runway. As you maneuver the rotor back, air moves through the blades to increase speed. You'll need a fairly long runway
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a gyrocopter is a type of
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it's a little tricky to explain. with a helicopter, an engine and drive train turn the main rotor which develops a downward force of air that lifts the craft and provides a propulsive
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They don't really provide any advantages over other existing technology. Other aircrafts do everything that they do, but better. They aren't VTOL like a helicopter and they can't
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How to Build a Gyrocopter
A gyrocopter, also known as an autogyro, is an unusual aircraft usually classified as homebuilt or experimental. As such, it is something you can build yourself. Someone with prior experience in building aircraft might be able to work from just plans,... More »
Difficulty: Challenging
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Gyrocopters which are also known as autogyro or gyroplane use an engine that drives the propeller at the rear of the aircraft which creates the forward thrust. As the plane then starts moving forward, air rushes through the underside of the blades and causes them to spin and create lift.
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A gyrocopter kit can be purchased for under $10,000, but many average around $12,000-$15,000. Suppliers will sell them disassembled and assembled. ...
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