Rod Schramm

Rod Schramm

45 years old
Male
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Caldwell
United States
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Hey peeps sorry i have not put enough "copy" on this site, however i am super busy. We will be at OshKosh 2017 this year in booth 937. I have designed a 50hp rotary engine we are going into production on as we speak. This is fuel injected, fully redundan

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    George Sychrovsky
    George Sychrovsky commented on Rod Schramm's picture.
    Is this a contest for the best handle holder ? Challenge accepted , here is my carbon fiber super handle holder https://s1.postimg.org/1sec44bvov/DSCF0387.jpg
    1 month ago
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    wexford air
    wexford air commented on Rod Schramm's picture.
    This is a really interesting project and I can't wait to see the finished article. If you want to test the a-frame (downtubes) try putting weight in the cockpit and jacking the whole lot from the bottom corners of the a-frame. Provided the centre of ...
    1 month ago
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    Michael Reiter
    Michael Reiter commented on Rod Schramm's picture.
    Now thats smart thinking. Great handle catch
    1 month ago
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    Michael Reiter
    Michael Reiter commented on Rod Schramm's picture.
    =)
    1 month ago
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    Rod Schramm
    Rod Schramm Hey peeps sorry i have not put enough "copy" on this site, however i am super busy. We will be at OshKosh 2017 this year in booth 937. I have designed a 50hp rotary engine we are going into production on as we speak. This is fuel injected, fully redundant and with the turbo we might see 75hp. Check out our FaceBook page Here. https://www.facebook.com/ariehllc/
    7 months ago
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    Rod Schramm
    Rod Schramm i might know a guy for that
    1 year ago
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    Rod Schramm
    Rod Schramm commented on Rod Schramm's picture.
    Joe, the bid layers are very complex multiple layers of 5.5oz CF, 8.7CF and 3oz Kevlar along with 2 layers of 1/8" foam. Around the window/door track it is 1/2" to 5/8 thick, this is super strong and will be superb in a frontal impact or roll over. ...
    2 years ago
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    Joe Hockman
    Joe Hockman commented on Rod Schramm's picture.
    Rod, if every thing minus the engine and wing is only 74 lbs then that is lighter than I had expected. That is awesome. So is your composite just a carbon fiber (CF) cloth (a few layers?) set in a resin or is it fiber glass embedded in resin? ...
    2 years ago
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    joey martin
    joey martin commented on Rod Schramm's picture.
    rod we have a little more technology then the wright brothers some times we get blinded by our own visions we are just pointing out the obvious and for that reason i say fly safe but i won't be the test pilot....lol
    2 years ago
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    Rod Schramm
    Rod Schramm IF anybody needs someone to manufacture composite parts for them let me know!! I might know a guy.
    2 years ago
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    Rod Schramm
    Rod Schramm commented on Rod Schramm's Video.
    BTW i have made the wire mounting points a little different then in the video. Also thanks Rizwan!
    2 years ago
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    Rod Schramm
    Rod Schramm commented on Rod Schramm's Video.
    This guy is all about the uh, uh, uh, um, um,um hahaha lol. hard to remember what i want to say sometimes must be the resin or age.
    2 years ago
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    Rod Schramm
    Rod Schramm commented on Rod Schramm's picture.
    LOL good stuff and cant wait to shake hands peeps!!
    2 years ago
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    Gregg Ludwig
    Gregg Ludwig commented on Rod Schramm's picture.
    ya, that was my comment. But furthermore, as I heard somewhere, apply gussets or sleeves or whatever, but a noodle is always a noodle. An interesting project though for sure.
    2 years ago
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    Larry  Mednick
    Larry Mednick commented on Rod Schramm's picture.
    That was Greggs comment about it looking funny. I probably trust your gusset. It's the tubes coming off the junction that are probably more at risk of buckling.
    2 years ago

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Hello All, I hope that we can all just get along...lol

A bit about me: My dad is BJ Schramm, One of the greatest times I had with dad was to be able to design 90% of the tooling, write all the in-house manufacturing manuals, and build the first 60 helicycles before I started our company called Performance Products LLC. We manufacture composite parts for several light sport aviation companies.

Over the past 3 yrs. We have designed the tooling and started the manufacturing process for our very own Weight Shift trike. This is a fully enclosed, all carbon part 103 UL with no airframe!! We are in the final stages of the construction of the first production model.

This has been a huge undertaking with no investors. My wife and i have a total of 70k into the project now and hopefully we will be able to finish the project and get it flying in the next few months, God willing.

We look forward to meeting those of you we can.

Thanks for the privilege to be on Trikepilot!!

Rod n Joni Schramm

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  • Rod Schramm
    by Rod Schramm 2 years ago
    so here are a couple of links.

    Here is our You tube page: https://www.youtube.com/user/stressedout72

    Our business page on Facebook please like us!! https://www.facebook.com/pages/Performance-Products-LLC/125967704091965

    and our Go Fund Me page, we need some help. http://www.gofundme.com/performance103ul