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Thread: Building board help
21/02/2018 20:15:17

Beg borrow or steal some laminate kitchen work top. It is usually good and flat. Then screw some 12.5 mm plasterboard on top. Job done. Apologies for not using your plyblush

Thread: Weston Capiche 50cc Build
21/02/2018 20:09:35

Fab...u.....lous

Thread: Seagull P40 - weak bulkhead / poor design
21/02/2018 06:45:30
Posted by ASH. on 20/02/2018 14:44:50:
I am very particular in having my props perfectly balanced. How does one go about balancing a spinner?

 

THIS might be interesting reading. I too , balance and check every prop I get. Even big Xoar props need a dab of balancing glue sometimes.

Edited By cymaz on 21/02/2018 06:46:45

Thread: Swift 82
21/02/2018 06:23:08

Now would be a good time to design the cooling baffles. Easy to build a tunnel right onto the engine fins. Can’t wait to see the results.

Thread: Unrecognisable ARTFs - new paint jobs!
20/02/2018 17:19:01

Ooo....a game of “spot the plane”....no, can’t find itcool

Thread: Swift 82
20/02/2018 06:47:34

Interesting well done. I you thought about how it might fly? Short moment arm ,large fin and elevator. Keep that in mind when setting up the throws and for the maiden. Good luck

Thread: What are the rules?
20/02/2018 06:34:22
Posted by TartanMac on 19/02/2018 23:56:07:

I came across this site years ago and found it very helpful in trying to learn about aeroplanes and getting started in learning but just never really got into building or designing I will one day when there is something I cannot buy that I really want.

It is the best site I have come across but you probably found it already.

http://www.airfieldmodels.com/information_source/math_and_science_of_model_aircraft/rc_aircraft_design/step_by_step_model_aircraft_design.htm
 
 

I used the same site when I designed and scratch built a model. It needed several reversions but it flies well.

g wizz flying

g wizz

Edited By cymaz on 20/02/2018 06:37:23

Thread: Unrecognisable ARTFs - new paint jobs!
20/02/2018 06:26:06

Stripped and recovered a brand new Wot4 ages ago. I’m glad I did as some of the build quality was dreadful. It came to an end when the elevator servo decided to pack up mid flight...

Thread: Electric Cars.
18/02/2018 22:23:19

Will electric cars have an option of a sound board to make it sound like a Mustang V8 or Merlin?

Thread: Best Plane You Have Owned
18/02/2018 15:06:45

Just wondering....why are all the best flying artf designs always discontinued after a few short years.angry Maybe its due to the manufacturer not shipping enough because no-one is crashing them

Thread: A Very vintage vintage
18/02/2018 10:50:24

What a stunning job....excellent job from bringing it back from the dead....well done.

Thread: What airframe
18/02/2018 10:38:56
Posted by ken anderson. on 18/02/2018 10:31:46:

91/4st....... you gonna have to build a large vintage model for it(think storage and transport)...a lot of power which a vintage job doesn't need once it's up a height.....

 

ken Anderson...ne...1 up a height dept.

Ken....that’s what I was trying to say in my usual incoherent scribbling. It’s almost territory for 1/5-  scale Bleriot. I’m not saying go and buy one ( look at the price!!) but the scale size might do.

Edited By cymaz on 18/02/2018 10:39:28

Edited By cymaz on 18/02/2018 10:43:48

Edited By cymaz on 18/02/2018 10:46:27

Thread: Best Plane You Have Owned
18/02/2018 10:35:30
Posted by flight1 on 18/02/2018 09:38:12:
Posted by cymaz on 18/02/2018 09:00:23:

Seagull spacewalker....the hours doing touch-and-goes on a summers evening...hotheart

ha ha bounce and go you mean devilcheeky

For me apache aviation PT19 , flew it so much, I wore it out.

What he meant to say, it wore out as it rubbed along the ground at Mach 9, minus the undercarriage.....face 3 devil

18/02/2018 09:00:23

Seagull spacewalker....the hours doing touch-and-goes on a summers evening...hotheart

Thread: What airframe
18/02/2018 08:55:52

When you mean vintage....1930-40 free flight style, radio conversation? The old Junior 60 needs about a .30 four stroke but the basic design meant it doesn’t want to come and land in any sort of a hurry. BELAIR do a 96” version for a .52fs and above. It’s a two piece wing as well...if you build it that way. It still might be overpowered with a .91fs. Though there is always just flying around on tick over!

Thread: Rc delta undercarriage
17/02/2018 17:34:52

Flew it today.

  1. Getting a longer nose leg...I was just being tight and mean by using what I had. It has cost me two props at £2 each angryangry
  2. The throws on low rate were spot on
  3. The cg was making it nose heavy, not by much ,so I will leave it.
  4. The position of rear wheels are just rights or rotation.
  5. The 46AX is great fun laugh
  6. Glides well and shows to be very stable with no wing rock at very low speed.
  7. Good turning circle with good ground handling 

Edited By cymaz on 17/02/2018 17:36:03

Edited By cymaz on 17/02/2018 17:37:20

Thread: Precedent Stampe 1/4 Scale
17/02/2018 16:56:06
Posted by Martin McIntosh on 17/02/2018 16:41:31:

I got one made by a specialist somewhere in Wales, pretty good but I cannot remember the name. Google may help.

Is it AH pilots ?? Maybe wrong though blush

17/02/2018 16:54:38

Hangar 9 1/4 scale cub pilot. There are other suppliers!

17/02/2018 16:08:24

Standard futaba servos..it’s no 3D machine. emotion

Thread: Old On/Off Switch - big voltage drop!
16/02/2018 21:50:08

I feel your pain Jonathan M.... here

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