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Incredible 40%-Scale Eindecker

Thursday, August 28th, 2014

Sleek, worldly WW II fighters customarily get some-more props than progressing epoch warbirds, though this 40-percent-scale Fokker E.1 might change your mind. Made famous by nothing other than Max Immelmann himself, a Eindecker had wing warping instead of ailerons, and a indication demonstrates only how good they worked! Built by Gerhard Reinsch and flown during […]

Really Cool things that flies! RC Paper Airplanes

Thursday, August 28th, 2014

Check this out. This guys a is talent and has grown a paper aeroplane that, with his kit, can be tranquil with we iPhone. Way cold and we get to overlay a paper aeroplane all by yourself so it is a DIY plan for a chairman who has never built or flown a indication airplane, […]

Making a Sliding Canopy — Upgrading a F4U Corsair ARF

Wednesday, August 27th, 2014

Like many scale modelers, we simply can’t leave good adequate alone and we mostly find myself  meditative of ways to urge a scale project. With a ESM ARF Corsair as a bottom model, we suspicion we would give it a finish makeover and supplement lots of sum and special features. The shifting canopy is one […]

Workshop Build-Along Alien Aircraft ArrowMaster Bipe 5 — Fuselage

Tuesday, August 26th, 2014

One of a good things about building a kit, is that we can make changes to a construction to fit your possess tastes. Two areas that we altered on a Alien Aircraft ArrowMaster Bipe, were a ascent of a alighting rigging and a cabane struts. If we followed a instructions, these are epoxied into place […]

Greased Lightning: 10 electric motors, 10-foot wing!

Friday, August 22nd, 2014

Check out this prototype! Engineers during NASA’s Langley Research Center hope unmanned aerial systems like this GL-10 Greased Lightning will be means to fly like a craft and float like a multirotor. The GL-10 recently flew successfully while tethered; full moody tests are designed in a tumble of 2014.