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Well, I need Ojimak's F-35 too. Can someone send me a copy of Ojimak's F-35? I really want to try it!!!
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Ojimak has just released a Yak 141 (Freestyle) model.

Model looks a little simpler than others but I love that aircraft!

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My latest work for the F-35 Lighting II

YouTube - Lockheed Martin F-35 Lighting II @ soccer field
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Reply to Zathros - You build flying paper autogyros??? How cool. Some day when you have nothing better to do, would love to see some photos of the process and of the results. Rob T
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F-22 from Ojimak. It came nice. Paper is couché, 70 or 80 lb (110 gr).







I guess a cockpit can be easily done in this.
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Old 08-02-2010, 11:50 AM
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Help

What glue do you use? Elmer's doesn't work with Ojimak's models and should i use regular paper or card-stock?
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Dear all,

Can anyone find the video of Ojimak airworthiness, I would like to see how these model glide.

There are few video available on youtube so Ojimak should produce some video for people viewing.
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Why don't you build some of Ojimak's planes, then fly them and you'll get first hand airworthiness of his planes.
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Old 08-19-2010, 02:36 PM
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Blackbird on its way from Ojimak

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Old 08-19-2010, 05:29 PM
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Why don't you build some of Ojimak's planes, then fly them and you'll get first hand airworthiness of his planes.
Why should I make his work while I can produce mine and enjoy my F-16 block 15 gliding for 32 meter? I need the proof of his paper plane air worthiness on video, fellas.

I watched some Indonesian video but it did not inform me about the Ojimak performance. He himself should demonstrate how his work works.
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