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The Heli-Max Digital Pitch Gauge

Nov 14, 2013 No Comments

The Digital Pitch Gauge by Heli-Max is designed to measure the pitch angle of both the main and tail rotor blades. In fact I don’t know of any other pitch gauge on the market that can be used on the tail rotor blades. This is a first. And, as you can see in the photo, [...]

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Nov 12, 2013 No Comments

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A new SR-72 Concept Plane from Skunk Works

Nov 04, 2013 No Comments

Here is something I thought I would pass along. This would make a cool scale project.  PICTURES: Skunk Works reveals Mach 6.0 SR-72 concept By:   Stephen Trimble Washington DC 05:27 1 Nov 2013 Source:   Lockheed Martin’s Skunk Works is proposing to develop a new aircraft for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) missions that is [...]

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Quick and Easy ARF Landing Gear Repair

Oct 29, 2013 6 Comments

It happens all the time and I think, damaged landing gear from landing “Off Field” is probably the single most common repair needed sometime during a RC model’s lifespan. We recently were test flying the new 30cc Ultimate Biplane from Aeroworks and an Engine Out on the downwind gave us a great case of Landing [...]

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Getting Started in Scale

Oct 28, 2013 1 Comment

A well done and nicely detailed scale RC helicopter model is a rare sight at most flying fields. One reason is that most scale models are complex and time consuming to build and can be costly. A great way to get started in scale modeling is with one of the 450-size electric conversion kits.  This [...]

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Clear Vision with Extreme Glare Sunglasses

Oct 18, 2013 No Comments

It happens all the time. Most of the planes I have lost or damaged were because I could not see them clearly. Sometimes you have to fly through the glare of the sun, or at the end of the day, the plane becomes a dark silhouette when flying far away from yourself. If you don’t have [...]

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Drone developers working with farmers to harvest grapes

Oct 10, 2013 No Comments

This is a story that comes right out of my own backyard, well sort of, it is in California.  Developers at 3D Robotics are working with the Kunde Family Vineyards in Kenwood, CA to test a project using photos from drones in the sky that give on-demand aerial images of their farm.  These images allow [...]

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Review: DJI S800 Spreading Wings Hexacopter

Oct 03, 2013 No Comments

Are you interested in aerial photography?  Do you seek out the latest and greatest in technology?  Does the idea of soaring effortless through the sky like a bird intrigue you?  If the answer to these questions is yes then look no further than the DJI S800.  DJI’s Spreading Wings S800 is a hexacopter aircraft developed [...]

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