Home Depot Airplane Tagged with: Building, FullSize, Funny, Hall of Fame, Video Tuesday, March 13th, 2012 02:23 pm GMT -6 Tuesday, March 13th, 2012 02:23 pm GMT -6Tuesday, March 13th, 2012 02:23 pm GMT -6 From the “now I’ve seen everything” department. You can laugh all you want, but he knows what he is doing. Share this: Recommend on Facebook Share on Google+ Tweet about it Tell a friend Related posts: Giant Foam DC-10 Club Build Giant Paper Airplane Flight Videos Quick and Easy Model Airplane Sizing First Ever Full-Size Aerobatic Helicopter Introduction to RC Airplane Foams Human Powered Helicopter 3D Printed Flying Model Airplane Video RC Connector Soldering Tips Model This: Archaeopteryx Ultralight Glider Flying Like a Bird Video Three Videos of Airplanes Losing a Wing Nanocellulose: Rethinking Trees Logging In... Add Comment Register Profile cancel Sign in with Twitter Sign in with Facebook or Name EmailNot published Website Comment Sure! Also send me the free email newsletter. 7 Replies 4 Comments 0 Tweets 3 Facebook 0 Pingbacks Last reply was Thursday, January 16th, 2014 08:08 am GMT -6 Raikanta Sahu View <abbr class='timeago' title='2012-03-13 22:46:53Z'>Tuesday, March 13th, 2012 04:46 pm GMT -6</abbr> No simulation for this hobby airplane? Carlos Reyes View <abbr class='timeago' title='2012-03-13 23:28:59Z'>Tuesday, March 13th, 2012 05:28 pm GMT -6</abbr> It’s a full size airplane. The guy is building it in his garage from stuff he bought in Home Depot. Pretty resourceful, if you ask me. Raikanta Sahu View <abbr class='timeago' title='2012-03-14 03:58:12Z'>Tuesday, March 13th, 2012 09:58 pm GMT -6</abbr> I agree that he is resourceful. He could take it one step further and run some simulations before flying it. Dennis View <abbr class='timeago' title='2012-07-06 19:53:43Z'>Friday, July 6th, 2012 01:53 pm GMT -6</abbr> If it gets off the ground, it will be a short flight to the crash site. If he gets the FAA to inspect it prior to flight (as required by law), there won’t be a crash, because they would never sign it off as airworthy. Carlosreplied: View <abbr class='timeago' title='2012-07-06 20:22:36Z'>Friday, July 6th, 2012 02:22 pm GMT -6</abbr> I have not seen any updates since the video was posted, so we may never know. Andy View <abbr class='timeago' title='2014-01-16 02:21:09Z'>Wednesday, January 15th, 2014 07:21 pm GMT -6</abbr> I submit that this guy doesn’t *really* know what he’s doing, since he’s using Home Depot lumber and not high quality, aircraft-grade plywood. I would barely trust the stuff to make a deck chair, didn’t trust the stuff to make a kayak, and certainly wouldn’t trust it to my life. Carlosreplied: View <abbr class='timeago' title='2014-01-16 15:08:13Z'>Thursday, January 16th, 2014 08:08 am GMT -6</abbr> There’s a long history of using lumber yard wood for building full-size airplanes. Douglas fir, which is common and inexpensive, is very similar to spruce. Lumber yards are full of it. In fact, I know of at least a couple of full-size plans-built airplanes that were designed to be built out of Douglas fir as opposed to aircraft-grade spruce.