Hey Guys, hopeful Nano owner here-a recent change in life circumstance has made flying a possibility where I couldn't see a way before retirement before. I have taken both fixed and rotary wing lessons long ago and always had the flying bug. I visited Jeff's hangar a week or two ago and gave the Nano a good once over, hoping to see it fly soon.
I was impressed with how the Nano was built-you expect an element of "flying lawn chair" to exist in an affordable ultralight but I didn't see any. I'm a 32 year tool and die maker with composites experience on the side-was happy to see laser cut brackets that were properly formed, proper hardware, and composite parts made by someone who knows what they are doing-couldn't tell if they were vacuum bagged or wet layup, but I didn't see anything on the Nano that I looked at and thought I would have done it better had I made the part myself. The Nano is built like a proper aircraft, as I'm sure you all know.
Jeff mentioned there were flight manuals on this site, I haven't found them yet... can anyone point them out?