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Archive for June, 2013

The Radio Control Show 217

Sunday, June 30th, 2013

Thank you, appreciate you, appreciate we finally a commentator that speaks english.

Servoless Bomb-Drop from E-flite

Sunday, June 30th, 2013

OK, it’s unequivocally called a cargo recover mechanism, and it plugs directly into your receiver. It is a ideal resolution for scale modelers who wish automatic options like dump tank and explosve dump duty on your scale plane. For reduction than $25, a section plugs directly into a receiver regulating customary servo connectors, and we […]

Light Up The Sky! – The Radio Control Show 217

Saturday, June 29th, 2013

In this week’s show, John Reid shares how to simply supplement LED lights to your aircraft so we can extend your drifting time into a night! We also get an up-close demeanour during a new Hangar 9 Carden Extra 300, an disdainful examination in a Sep emanate of Model Airplane News.

Workshop Secrets — Working with Fiberglass and Resin

Saturday, June 29th, 2013

The newest charge for my ongoing hulk scale Fokker Triplane build, now that it is all covered, is to sign and finish all the wood tools like a Strut fairings and a alighting gear’s Sub-Wing structures. Fiberglass cloth and Finishing creosote provides a well-spoken underling aspect for authority and embellished finishes and it greatly increases the continuance of […]

20-foot Catalina Takes Off

Thursday, June 27th, 2013

After scarcely 4 years (3000 hours!) of building, Australian RC commander Stephen Thomas had a disturb of saying his giant-scale plan take off during a Darling Downs Soaring Club in Queensland. This 1/5-scale craft is powered by dual Desert Aircraft 150s spinning 28×12 Metz props and it has 25kg-rated Hitec servos and tradition Century Jet […]