Gerry Yarrish’s Blog

Video Workshop Tip — Installing Du-Bro Hinges

Oct 29, 2015 8 Comments

Perhaps the most important technique any RC modeler needs to learn is to properly install hinges for his model’s control surfaces. They need to be strong, in proper alignment, and sized correctly for the model being worked on. The crew over at Du-Bro Products has lots of good tools and supplies to get the job [...]

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Exclusive Sneak Peek — Hangar 9 60cc P3 Revolution Biplane

Oct 27, 2015 1 Comment

Designed by Horizon Hobby’s Mike McConville and based on Skip Stewart’s yet to be completed all-composite P3 aerobatic biplane, the new P3 Revolution from Hangar 9 is a giant scale firecracker! To be featured in our upcoming February issue of MAN, contributor Rick Bell puts this amazing and cutting-edge aerobatic machine through its paces! Specs are: Wingspan: [...]

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12 O’Clock High with Video highlights!

Oct 26, 2015 18 Comments

Held annually at the beautiful Paradise Field in Lackland, FL., the 12 O’clock High giant scale meet never fails to draw many world class scale RC warbirds, jets and civilian classics many of which compete at the highest level. Recently, we sent veteran MAN contributor Rich Uravitch to cover all the hot aerial action and will feature his detailed [...]

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MAN gets a new Roof — Drone aerial inspection

Oct 20, 2015 No Comments

For about 2 weeks now a local roofing company has been replacing the roof of our office building! Curiosity got the better of us, so we sent out Blade Chroma quadcopter  up to investigate what all the noise was about! It took a couple minutes but the workmen noticed out camera drone and as we [...]

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Cole Palen and his Triplane

Oct 20, 2015 No Comments

Back in the day, Cole Palen was known world wide as the Bloody Black Baron of Rhinebeck. There are many references and websites online and the best is the one for the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome itself at: www.oldrhinebeck.org. Also, there have been many scale models of Cole’s triplane built and flown over the years. But [...]

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1/3-scale Fokker Triplane Flight Report — Sneak Peek

Oct 16, 2015 No Comments

Soon to be published in our upcoming February 2016 issue of MAN, here’s a sneak peak of Balsa USA giant scale Fokker Triplane kit review, by editor, Gerry Yarrish. Video Courtesy of Ron Prestin One of my all-time favorite airplanes is the Fokker triplane. First seeing action in 1917, the Fokker Dr.1 (tridecker), was a [...]

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3D Printing for Scale Airplanes

Oct 07, 2015 2 Comments

OK, I could have gotten a lot more attention by titling this post “3D Printing Bombs” but I did not want the FBI coming to the MAN office. With today’s amazing new technologies seeming to be absolutely like magic, I decided to try out one of the several new 3D companies that offer services online. [...]

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Sopwith Camel — Video Sneak Peek

Sep 24, 2015 No Comments

Featured in the upcoming December 2015 issue of MAN, the newest construction article is for editor Gerry Yarrish’s 1/4-scale Sopwith Camel. Designed with CAD and featuring laser cut parts (also available), this WW1 classic is sport scale and it has excellent flight stability and performance. It has an 84 inch span and is powered by [...]

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Senior Technical Editor About Me: I have a lifelong passion for all things scale, and I love to design, build and fly scale RC airplanes. With 20 plus years as part of the Air Age family of magazines, I love producing Model Airplane News and Electric Flight.
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