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Lakemaid Beer Tests Drone Delivery

Friday, January 31st, 2014

Finally a ideal use of a multi-rotor copter. The video shows we all we need to know about this illusory new technology. Ha!!!  Here is a latest on Beer Delivery  pleasantness of Yahoo food’s Alex Van Buren   Here is a video (set to a kicky loll soundtrack) of a worker carrying what looks like […]

Workshop Build-Along — Scratch Building a Sopwith Camel Part 2

Friday, January 31st, 2014

So now that we’ve set a theatre for creating a 1/4-scale competition scale Sopwith Camel, let’s start building. When it comes to any project, we accumulate all my materials and reserve forward of time, that includes ZAP adhesives, sandpaper, new X-Acto blades and so on. The initial pursuit is to mislay all your laser-cut tools and […]

What strike my house?

Thursday, January 30th, 2014

Here is another use for a Drone, anticipating out where that vast stone came from that ran into your residence and field. Although we consider this has singular use it is a rather cold viewpoint on a damage.  

Old Rhinebeck with my Triplane

Wednesday, January 29th, 2014

I recently perceived some photos taken final Sep during a Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, during a Mid-Hudson RC Society’s WW1 Scale Jamboree. My 1/3-scale Fokker Triplane, built from a Balsa USA kit, was combined privately for this event, and we am gratified my good crony Tim Haggerty snapped these shots! It doesn’t get any improved than […]

Rudder Trimming

Wednesday, January 29th, 2014

There is a certain sequence to pleat a craft and that can change a tiny from commander to pilot. Most pilots will combine on a conveyor pleat initial to keep a craft drifting a spin path. This is generally critical if a craft wants to dive, afterwards conveyor pleat becomes a primary critical trim for […]