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« on: Saturday February 7 2015 01:00:20 AEDT AM »

Hi everybody,
My passion is to design, build and fly GIROSCOPTERS. I also like adventures and travel the world in search of that.
Now I would like to combine several interests in one area, Australia.

- I want to go looking for gold nuggets.
- Test a new technology "TINKERER" metal detector and compare it with other detectors in the field.
- Tests one of Willy Bayot's magnetometers in the Australian gold fields.
- Test a new Ground Analyzing technology instrument. 
Fly my latest GIROSCOPTER creation in Australia.

 I want to gather information about the Australian environment and get in touch with people which have similar interests there.

Which would be the best region to get started ?
What is the best season in that region ?
What are the things I need to know ? And where can I find the information I need ?
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« Reply #1 on: Saturday February 7 2015 12:27:24 AEDT PM »

Hurry, flying drone will be baned soon in all USA-Allied countries:

  
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« Reply #2 on: Saturday February 7 2015 18:08:08 AEDT PM »

A Giro-copter or giroscopter, is not a drone. It is a rotating wing flying machine. A rotating wing, a bit like a helicopter, and a propulsion proppellor.
I would like to fly my 2 seater model in Australia. It needs less than 50 meters of clear ground for start off and landing and can carry about 80kg of gear next to myself. I have flown this machine over the highest mountain in Europe, the Mont Blanc, over 4000 meters high. It also drives like a car on the road.
With metal detectors I have not much experience and would welcome advice. To find gold nuggets would be very exciting.
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« Reply #3 on: Saturday February 7 2015 18:41:25 AEDT PM »

Welcome GIROSCOPTER,

I'm sure you will find interesting topics to learn a bit about metal detectors.
Most of them are technical art however. Do not hesitate to contribute to the discussions.
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« Reply #4 on: Sunday February 8 2015 00:55:09 AEDT AM »

  
A Giro-copter or giroscopter, is not a drone. It is a rotating wing flying machine. A rotating wing, a bit like a helicopter, and a propulsion proppellor.
I would like to fly my 2 seater model in Australia. It needs less than 50 meters of clear ground for start off and landing and can carry about 80kg of gear next to myself. I have flown this machine over the highest mountain in Europe, the Mont Blanc, over 4000 meters high. It also drives like a car on the road.


Interesting thing. Do you have any photo to imagine better what you are talking about?
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« Reply #5 on: Sunday February 8 2015 01:27:57 AEDT AM »

Its like a small plane with a pusher propeller behind, and a freely rotating blade above-instead of a conventional wing.

Like this....

  
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« Reply #6 on: Monday February 9 2015 00:13:07 AEDT AM »

Nice boobs  smile

Giros are the perfect way to fly. They are simple compared to helicopters, more secure than other modes of air transport (just put engine to idle, and it lands softly enough), and require short runaways. They are also much easier to drive, especially when compared to helicopters.
The only problem is that many countries impose silly regulation on entire j-class.
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« Reply #7 on: Monday February 9 2015 03:10:06 AEDT AM »

Hopefully the Giroscopter will be useful with the logistics.
Which region would be best to get started with metal detecting for nuggets?
When is the best season?
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« Reply #8 on: Monday February 9 2015 04:00:59 AEDT AM »

  I am sure that everyone and me would love to see some pictures of the gyro you have made GIROSCOPTER.

        "Fly my latest GIROSCOPTER creation in Australia."
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« Reply #9 on: Monday February 9 2015 15:52:49 AEDT PM »

  
Hopefully the Giroscopter will be useful with the logistics.
Which region would be best to get started with metal detecting for nuggets?
When is the best season?
Hi Giroscopter to answer your question Western Australia and June to August I have a friend over there who uses an aeroschute for prospecting quite efectivly have fun.

What version of Tinkerer's device are you using as I am involved with a group developing the Tinkerer GG detector one of our group is in W.Aust. and I am in S.Aust. I will be very interested in the results from both of your devices as both share some circuitry with our device check it out with Tony.

Regards, Ian.  happy face
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« Reply #10 on: Monday February 9 2015 18:45:35 AEDT PM »

Ian,
thank you for the feedback. I will get into details on the equipment as a proper plan evolves. You are most welcome to join the expedition yourself, with your own gear.
As I know little about metal detectors and nothing about finding nuggets in Australia, I will need the help of Austalian experts to organize the expedition.
The choice of location will depend on the knowledge and advice of the experts.

So let's start with that:
- Who can recommend a good time and region to go look for gold nuggets? Lets take a map and put an X on it.
- What are the logistics needed?
- How large or small a team should we be?

The goal of the expedition is to test some new technology equipment side by side with traditional equipment.

Not staged tests.

Real comparisons in real field conditions for real nugget finds. The accent is on deeper nuggets. This means large coils. So the terrain needs to be suitable for that. It needs to be a region where we know such nuggets exist.

The goal is to find nuggets.
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« Reply #11 on: Wednesday February 11 2015 18:34:16 AEDT PM »

Western Australia, June to August, Aerochute. Thanks for the information.
Googling, I get to Kalgoorlie as an old important gold mining town. I see I can rent detectors and campers there.
From what I see on Utube, it appears that using the Giroscopter to locate suitable search areas somewhat distanced from the main roads, might be possible. If the Aerochute is useful, the Giroscopter should be even better.

Better areas or regions?

And then of course THE TEAM.  I am well aware that on my own, my chances to succeed are extremely slim. Only a well organized team of people with the needed knowledge has a decent chance.

Can I find a team on this forum?
 
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« Reply #12 on: Wednesday February 11 2015 23:06:19 AEDT PM »

  

I will get into details on the equipment as a proper plan evolves. You are most welcome to join the expedition yourself, with your own gear.
As I know little about metal detectors and nothing about finding nuggets in Australia, I will need the help of Austalian experts to organize the expedition.


Where did you get Tinkerers equipment, if you are not Tinkerer alone? Is this one more inventors game?
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« Reply #13 on: Thursday February 12 2015 06:16:58 AEDT AM »

The Tinkerer detectors have always been open source, free for anybody to build and improve. 
I wish I could go myself to Australia, but the travel is too much for me.
 Giroscopter is a friend and I help him in any way I can and hope he is successful in his endeavor. 
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« Reply #14 on: Thursday February 12 2015 08:46:55 AEDT AM »

So, you make "Tinkerer detector" for him, cause he claim "I know little about metal detectors"? Laudable!

Giroscopter ask here for a lot of support and advices. Very systematic as Tinkerer always do.

But when he was (twice) asked to post here simple photo of his Giroscopter he become immediately  brain-dead and ignore.

Really polite and great friend.

I wish him (or you) every success with gyro and Tinkerer detector.
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« Reply #15 on: Thursday March 26 2015 04:15:07 AEDT AM »

pictures of giroscopter.
From the utube movies I looked at, it would seem that enough open space could be found in the gold fields to land my machine and that it would be possible to survey fairly large areas from the air.
Of course, I have no knowledge at all about Australia in general and of the gold fields in particular. This is why I ask questions here on this friendly forum.
I am still planning to go nugget hunting and have aquired a prospecting licence.
Is there anybody on this forum interested in taking part in the expedition? Or should I rather post my questions on other Australian forums?


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« Reply #16 on: Thursday March 26 2015 05:02:12 AEDT AM »

Nice toy.

You ask for company, but your giroscopter is single seater. What is solution?
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« Reply #17 on: Thursday March 26 2015 07:20:11 AEDT AM »

Hello,

Hopefully some of the Australian members would be interested.  Having the opportunity to fly over parts of the country would be a really great experience. And to meet the people too.

I guess because you have a lot of instruments you want to test, then you must have a plan or idea of the different terrains/soil types/areas you plan to go to. Have you made up a itinerary or have an idea of the places you would want to go ? Time/season of year ? Or would you like some ideas or input from members here ? 

Maybe some will see your introduction and reply here.

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« Reply #18 on: Thursday March 26 2015 11:26:44 AEDT AM »

  
pictures of giroscopter.
From the utube movies I looked at, it would seem that enough open space could be found in the gold fields to land my machine and that it would be possible to survey fairly large areas from the air.
Of course, I have no knowledge at all about Australia in general and of the gold fields in particular. This is why I ask questions here on this friendly forum.
I am still planning to go nugget hunting and have aquired a prospecting licence.
Is there anybody on this forum interested in taking part in the expedition? Or should I rather post my questions on other Australian forums?

Their are many things you will have to consider before  you could consider such an expedition. The first would be what are the regulations and requirements for flying a  giroscopter in Australia?Many land areas are also off limits to any form of prospecting or detecting  and each state has different regulations.You would for example need a miners right in Vic and WA and in WA (and other states as well) you cannot prospect on some granted mining tenements, National parks etc.The WA gold fields are also huge and the giroscopter would need a very long  flying range  to travel between some of them. Then you could not be sure of getting aviation fuel for the giroscopter in many remote towns. In summer the inland temperatures are also extreme and in NSW, Queensland, NT and WA you also have the cyclone season!
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« Reply #19 on: Thursday March 26 2015 18:14:41 AEDT PM »

  
Hello,

Hopefully some of the Australian members would be interested.  Having the opportunity to fly over parts of the country would be a really great experience. And to meet the people too.

I guess because you have a lot of instruments you want to test, then you must have a plan or idea of the different terrains/soil types/areas you plan to go to. Have you made up a itinerary or have an idea of the places you would want to go ? Time/season of year ? Or would you like some ideas or input from members here ? 

Maybe some will see your introduction and reply here.



Thank you for the feedback.
I speak little English, so my friends do the writing for me.
The plan:
The plan is to have a lot of fun.
To have fun one needs to have a purpose.
The purpose is to test the idea that my Giroscopter could be used for prospecting in the vast gold fields of Australia.
The giroscopter as is, has a range in the hundreds of kilometers.
The model I intend using, is a 2 seater. The first expedition, hopefully in June-August, will help defining the modifications that would make the machine more effective for the purpose.
The idea is to establish a base camp in a suitable area and use the flyer to make air reconaisance to guide the detector effort to promising locations.
Since I know near to nothing about detectors and nugget hunting and Australia in general, I am looking for people who have this knowledge.

I am also looking for contacts in the Giroscopter world of Australia.
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