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Top Gun: Live from a Flightline

Tuesday, April 29th, 2014

The 26th annual Top Gun Scale Invitational is underway, and Model Airplane News will posting live from a moody line all weekend! Gerry and we are anxious to be here with some-more than a hundred of a best builders and pilots in a world. We’ll be updating a MAN site via a event, and for a […]

3 Days until Top Gun — The fad grows in a scale community!

Monday, April 28th, 2014

The MAN group is removing set to transport down to Lakeland Florida, to cover a biggest scale eventuality of a year! Held during Paradise Field, Top Gun is some-more than only a renouned event, and destination. Though any year a editors get a front quarrel chair as we cover all a scale movement and sum […]

Workshop Build-alone — Sopwith Camel Part 5 — Forming Wire

Sunday, April 27th, 2014

Now that a alighting rigging ascent blocks are commissioned in a fuselage, it’s time to switch to a alighting rigging itself. That is to check out a drawings and get a materials we’ll need to cut, hook and eventually solder a alighting rigging together. What we used is 3/16 in. Music Wire for a categorical […]

Fireworks: a drone’s-eye-view

Friday, April 25th, 2014

This fun shave gives us an wholly new viewpoint on fireworks, as a DJI Phantom weaves in and out of a action! It’s really (Note: amazingly enough, no rotordrones were spoiled during filming!)

Hexacopter Rock!

Friday, April 25th, 2014

Prepare to be vacant by these hexacopters from KMel Robotics! In a scarcely 4-minute video, they work in unison to play a accumulation of songs. Love this!! Watch to a finish for a warn “note” that is guaranteed to make we smile.