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Learning a Inverted Approach with a Half Roll

Monday, September 30th, 2013

ILLUSTRATIONS BY FX MODELS Hotshot Landings Inverted proceed with a half roll     For a impassioned aerobatic enthusiast, there is zero like behaving hotshot maneuvers inches off a ground. One astonishing proceed to take a throng by warn is to supplement aerobatic moves to your landing. During a normal alighting approach, a aeroplane is in […]

Conquer a Three-turn Negative Spin

Monday, September 30th, 2013

ILLUSTRATION BY FX MODELS       An glorious aeroplane to ideal your aerobatic skills is a E-flite SU-26M Sukhoi. In a early days of aviation, spins were mostly deadly since many pilots did not know how to scrupulously redeem from a spin. While in an honest spin, a commander would lift behind on a conveyor […]


Monday, September 30th, 2013

      Recently, we took a demeanour during a few famous International Miniature Aerobatic Club (IMAC) programs and came opposite an engaging scheme that serves as a good building retard for other, some-more intricate, maneuvers. The 3-roll 270-degree rolling round is scheme 4 in a 2011 Advanced Class program. Many pilots explain to perform […]

5 Great Scale Building Tips

Sunday, September 29th, 2013

When it comes to building  airplanes, all scale modelers seem to have mastered a art of Imagineering. Where competition models are practical and have simple Monokote finishes and switches are simply permitted and located, scale planes are all about looking realistic. Here are some simple seminar building and detailing tips as good as a few […]

How To: Make Scale Windshield Frames

Saturday, September 28th, 2013

This technique is an updated chronicle of my strange “How To” regulating skinny 1/32 in. plywood for creation 3-panel frames to reason transparent windshield panes. The opening print is of my comparison Stearman and it shows how a finished frames demeanour when finished. Come behind mostly as we will be updating this post as a project goes along. Let’s get started. […]