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3D Aerobatics Made Easy

Thursday, February 27th, 2014

I’m distant from being a 3D aerobatic consultant — 3D hacker would substantially be a some-more good outline of my ability level. we suffer drifting all sorts of airplanes and regardless of their design, we customarily try some arrange of aerobatics with a model. we do this to entirely try a model’s opening intensity and […]

Best one so far…

Wednesday, February 26th, 2014

Here is a best use of quad copter to date.

Highlights during a WRAM uncover — Easy Rivets from Cal-Grafx

Tuesday, February 25th, 2014

This good pack for requesting glue drop rivets to any RC scale craft is being grown by Jim during Cal-Grafx Lines of lifted secure heads in minutes, ideally spaced and in true lines. Apply a glue to a holes in a vinyl stipe wait 90 seconds and lift. Once embellished over, they demeanour great. No […]

Best of Show Winner -46th Annual WRAM Show

Tuesday, February 25th, 2014

When it comes to tip spin scale modeling, a WRAM uncover is a place to go to see what a Northeast territory of a nation has to offer. One of a best scale modelers we know of is Mike Gross Sr., from a Long Island Sky Hawks club. From Mastic Beach, NY, Mike won a […]

First Place Win during WRAM Show — Gerry’s Fokker Triplane

Tuesday, February 25th, 2014

The Staff here during Model Airplane News is really unapproachable of editor Gerry Yarrish for his well-deserved First Place win in a World War 1 Category during a 2014 WRAM Show! Most MAN readers will commend this considerable red and black Fokker Triplane built and flown by Gerry. Gerry started this considerable 1/3-scale project in 2012 and featured it in dozens […]