Behind the Scenes: How speed controllers are made

Mar 02, 2012 4 Comments by

Recently I got to take a tour through the Castle Creations factory in Olathe, KS.  I really enjoyed my visit there and I found that making speed controls was a much bigger production than I had imagined.  In this video Lee Estingoy takes us through the assembly line at the Castle factory to see how speed controls are produced.

 

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4 Responses to “Behind the Scenes: How speed controllers are made”

  1. Gavin Willacy says:

    for some reason i just LOVE this… ;) Great to see American Tech at work..

  2. Phil says:

    Lovely, Thank You!!!

  3. Brian says:

    I think this shows why we “get what we pay for”. Can you imagine that kind of attention to detail in some third world country back ally shop?

  4. Roy says:

    Thats why ALL my aircraft have Castle Creations ESCs in them!

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