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Archive for January, 2014

Workshop Build-Along — Scratch Building a Sopwith Camel

Tuesday, January 28th, 2014

My newest plan stairs divided from building a blurb pack plane, and is some-more about conceptualizing and building my possess scale airplane. This includes, regulating CAD and carrying final skeleton sent to a laser knife to furnish my possess kit. Then in a seminar it is business as usual. So, to start, we will report […]

And YOU consider it’s too cold to fly?

Tuesday, January 28th, 2014

Check out this group of researchers in Antarctica, drifting a 100-pound aircraft to use radar to magnitude a ice-bed of sub-glacial Lake Whillans. Fielded by a Center for Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets (CReSIS), this National Science Foundation plan is study ice warp and intensity sea-level rise. The autopilot and belligerent control program for a […]

How to get a six pack fas

Monday, January 27th, 2014

Hi, my name is Steve… and in this short presentation, which won’t be up for long, I’m going to share my personal story of how, at the age of 46, I completely changed my life and body and finally got the 6 pack I thought only those with gifted genetics could get. I’ll also tell […]

Scale Weathering and Painting — Making a WW1 Rotary Engine Look Old

Saturday, January 25th, 2014

When it comes to unequivocally looking scale, it is in a sum that we make a many swell in giving a model’s that “used” look. For my Balsa USA Fokker Triplane that we built and flown this past year, we wanted to move a improved scale demeanour to a front so we am installing a […]

Two Consecutive Inside Loops

Saturday, January 25th, 2014

    I mostly hear pilots refer to a loop as a elementary maneuver. Simply lift behind on a conveyor hang until a finish loop has been flown, right? Wrong! Executing a ideal loop can be rather difficult. It contingency be round, contingency start and exit during a same altitude, a aeroplane contingency not deposit in […]