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Incredible Scratch-Built Rotary Engine

Wednesday, July 31st, 2013

Andy Johnston contingency take his RC displaying really severely … because else would he spend over 3 years building a true-to-scale, rotary Bentley engine spending another 2 years building an Avro 504K from plans, privately for a engine?  The 9-cylinder powerplant has cast-iron liners that are 1mm thick, aluminum finned barrels and a sum of […]

Hand-Painted Scale Details — When Pigs Fly!

Wednesday, July 31st, 2013

I am entrance to a end of my Giant Scale Fokker Triplane Build-Along and there are usually a few things to left to take caring of. we recently consecrated my daughter Rebecca to supplement a final touches on a paint pursuit with a further of a “Pig’s Butt” side badge, that Cole Palen’s Triplane is […]

MAN during Work — Warbirds over Delaware Pilot Interview Videos

Wednesday, July 31st, 2013

Our good friend, scale consultant and MAN writer Sal Calvagna was on palm during a 22nd annual Warbirds over Delaware and he got a inside dip for several warbird pilots. From classical early fight designs, to complicated Luftwaffe drifting wings, Sal got a adult tighten and personal thoughts and comments of a modelers who built […]

Wing walking (really!)

Tuesday, July 30th, 2013

This drifting drudge can use a wings to navigate on a ground, even over severe terrain! Its creator, a Laboratory of Intelligent Systems, notes, “The drudge is able of walking with opposite gaits, it can pierce on opposite surfaces, it can overcome high obstacles, and can also navigate in severe terrains. The drudge presented in […]

Must-Know Soldering Tips

Tuesday, July 30th, 2013

There is always that occasional event to do some soldering. When we need to supplement some connectors to a battery pack, or to make a set of wiring adapters for your battery charger, regulating feverishness and fiery steel to join wires together is one of a oldest do-it-yourself tasks for RC hobbyists. The charge is […]