Monday, 30. May 2005 06:41 AM -0400

MoTIS THERMODYNE CONCEPT ART/SCREEN SHOTS!

MoTIS THERMODYNE NOW IN FULL PRODUCTION!!!

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The THERMODYNE is a great neo concept next generation powered glider hybrid aircraft that is design to be one of the worlds first true family gliders! The THERMODYNE seats three passages and one glider pilot and is designed for true range gliding operations! This aircraft has been designed to function primarily as a general aviation sport glider but several design variants are being wind tunnel tested at the moment to see if there is a stable market for a short range glider transport aircraft for use in areas of the earth where this aircraft can be used as and inter island ferry. The THERMODYNE is the sole design accomplishment of O WATSON and J. GUESS and we are in the processes of redesigning certain aspects of this aircraft. This aircraft is truly designed unique in the fact that it is a four person glider! This aircraft was on the design books for some times at the MoTIS design 2D design trials and this preview in fact is not the final model.  This model is previewing as MG-1TF but there are actually two models down stream of this aircraft still in intensive tunnel testing. Aircraft MG-1LRX and MG-1HA-V.

--THIS IS NOT THE FINAL PRODUCT/STILL UNDER INTENSIVE DEVELOPMENT AND TESTING! JUST A PRODUCT PREVIEW-- 

A powered glider that can take one beyond the level of powered flight! The THERMODYNE is a very neat little engineered aircraft that will give four persons a fun and enjoyable ride into the stars and will provide the pilot and the passengers a high level of visibility and comfort and make for a great observations platform. As all MoTIS engineered aircraft are designed to fit a specific aspect of the flight environment the THERMODYNE in its true creative and inceptive mission was designed to really be a inter island transport sight seeing aircraft that is under powered for efficient fast flight but developed for high speed glides and long range soaring but has the advantage of two light weight prop driven engines to give it the needed endurance and assurance in its long range gliding runs.

Much more aircraft  data on the way

--THIS IS NOT THE FINAL PRODUCT/STILL UNDER INTENSIVE DEVELOPMENT AND TESTING!-- 

THERMODYNE Design legally Copyrighted (C) 2004 by MoTIS INDUSTRIES.


Important note: Don't be fooled! If you see these aircraft any where else then they got the idea from us and they are in direct copy right or patent violation of our intellectual property.

Note: All of these concept aircraft are from the design staff of the MoTIS CAD engineering board and our CEO. We do not copy others work or design real world concept aircraft at all. Each of our aircraft are from our heads and are the sole intellectual property of MoTIS and we can prove it. We take great pride in all of our true concept designs and do not create real world aircraft, model aircraft variants or concepts, or other designers concept work at all ,but stand by our mission statement in truly creating "OUR OWN DESIGNS"

--THIS IS NOT THE FINAL PRODUCT/WE MUST MAKE IT BETTER!--

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