Test prop review

A method of decreasing wave drag was discovered by German researchers in 1935—sweeping the wing backwards. Today, almost all aircraft designed to fly much above 450 mph (700 km/h) use a swept wing . In the 1970s, Hamilton Standard started researching propellers with similar sweep . Since the inside of the propeller is moving slower than the outside, the blade is progressively more swept toward the outside, leading to a curved shape similar to a scimitar - a practice that was first used as far back as 1909, in the Chauvière make of a two-bladed wood propeller used on the Blériot XI .

The Axiom is the joker in our pack. It is not a folding propeller, but it does have a revolutionary blade profile and section, if you will pardon the pun, and has never been tested on a yacht before, so we just had to put it into our trials to see how it compared. As the photograph shows, the blade profile is rectangular, while the blade section is almost S-shaped, and symmetrical in ahead and astern, with no twist. Its designers claim it gives greater thrust and stopping power, together with lower wash. So how did it stand up? Well the charts show the story, with its stopping time nearly a second better than any other model, and its side thrust again the lowest by far. However this was at the expense of lower top speed, which suggests some more tweaking is needed, but it is still one to watch.

I bought one of the base models out of necessity, and you're not kidding with "The display is dim, the battery life is short and Acer has continually proven that it can't make a laptop without bloatware practically falling out of the display."


The speakers on my base model sound tinny which is unfortunate. No matter I listen to, the speakers are not good.

To say nothing of the bloatware (so true, the bloatware is pretty much falling out of it.)

Battery life: 5 1/2 to just under 7 hours using Word, Excel and watching streaming tutorials and web browsing.

On the plus side, It is solidly built, the RAM and the SSD are snappy. I use this mainly for Office 365 and light web surfing which is why I did not go with a more pricey machine.

I hope you've enjoyed this little foray into metallic finishes for your prop projects. I highly recommend you go out and experiment yourself to see what sort of paint effects you can achieve. Alcald paints are fantastic and they have a wide range of colors and effects available. If you haven't already, look into molding and casting so that you can pop out plenty of resin copies of whatever it is you're replicating so that you have lots of pieces for practice. We've got a whole series on molding and casting for you to check out on YouTube, too!

Test prop review

test prop review

I hope you've enjoyed this little foray into metallic finishes for your prop projects. I highly recommend you go out and experiment yourself to see what sort of paint effects you can achieve. Alcald paints are fantastic and they have a wide range of colors and effects available. If you haven't already, look into molding and casting so that you can pop out plenty of resin copies of whatever it is you're replicating so that you have lots of pieces for practice. We've got a whole series on molding and casting for you to check out on YouTube, too!

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