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Member postings for Stephen Jones

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Thread: sabre made in Belgium
22/01/2020 21:15:00


I hope you do not mind me pointing out the obvious .

You sir are a master in your class we can learn a lot from watching you're builds.

Impressed by your workmanship


Thread: Antonov AN124 Ruslan
22/01/2020 20:57:23

That plane is going to float around the skies for sure.

Better make sure it is a flat clam day for that one Simon.

Steve smile d

20/01/2020 23:26:59

It certainly is Big.

It looks as though it is going to gobble something up.

Tell me Simon does the body flex under it`s own weight when you lay it on the ground.


Thread: Old Keil Kraft kits
20/01/2020 22:59:13


Here is a video of the Kit,

When will anyone one again,


Thread: The Whipitteer
17/01/2020 23:21:20

That looks good.

I am surprised how little rudder their is.


Thread: Design Spark Mechanical
15/01/2020 23:57:45


As anyone used Design Spark Mechanical, If so what do you think of it.

I am just playing with it at the moment.



Thread: Old Keil Kraft kits
15/01/2020 20:48:54

Thank`s for the reply Gents.

The kit is complete with only one small part missing which is duplicated on an other sheet.

I do not intend to build from the kit.

Just document the contents measure and make a plan of parts.

The printed parts i should be able to reproduce by measuring the lines and positions.

However the die cut parts can hardly be seen , Only by flexing the wood reveals where the cuts are.

So no photo copying will work there . I may have to remove them in order to reproduce them.


15/01/2020 18:28:12

Hi there,

I have decided what to do with the Gyron kit.

Due to the box being opened by it`s previous owner and myself it is not a pristine vintage kit .

And as their are no full size plans for the kit. I have decided to do a Unboxing video of the Gyron.

So all can see what was in the Kit.

What i intend to do is show what is in the box while taking notes of the dimensions of the wood along with their thickness along with all relative information that is printed on them that would be needed to re make the Gyron .

So a plan of sorts will be produced so anyone could build the Gyron again from scratch in new wood.

I was surprised just how heavy the box is and how much wood is in the box.


Thread: Dereck Woodward Bigga Bit
15/01/2020 00:36:18

I built one of them many moons ago.

But i used the wings of a ugly stick ( barn stormer 25 ) as they where the same.

I remember fitting a false tailplane with sticky tape and a length of string so it would go along the ground looking normal until the string pulled the tailplane of so it looked as though my tailplane had come of .

The looks i got as it flew around the skies without its tailplane.

Steve smiley

Thread: RCM&E Vol.63 No2 February 2020
15/01/2020 00:08:00

Hi There,

Just got my Copy of the RCM&E.

The plans look right up my street in this issue .

Yes both of them. Twizzle a sports sloper And a Fighter Kawasaki.

The rest of the Mag is a good reed too with a nice mix of topics to keep you reading.


Thread: The Whipitteer
13/01/2020 21:08:23

Looking very good so far Rich.

I do hope i have not put the kiss of death on this thread as it is coming along nicely.


05/01/2020 23:38:55

Looking Good so far Rich, thumbs up

Looks like some work has gone into making that radial engine.

It could be my imagination but sadly threads seem to go quiet when i reply to them , ( sorry ). broken heart

That is why i have not bothered to reply to as many threads as i used too.

Steve indecision

26/12/2019 00:36:27

Well Depron would be the material of choice. as would be quick to fix as i broke the atom and the Auto G of which i think i still have the blades for that too. Cheers, Auto Gyro is still a knack i have yet to learn

Merry Christmas to you too and a Happy New Year. party beer


24/12/2019 20:54:24

Very Good. Will the blades and head of the atom work on this one. question

As i still have them.


from this


Thread: Gerry Anderson Thunderbird 2
24/12/2019 00:43:46

Hi stephen Ryan 2,

That is a great sloper you have made.

And welcome to the Forum.


Thread: My Spitfire Tribute
18/12/2019 20:59:57

Cliff why the red line at the bottom of all your videos. ?

That tells everyone they have already watched it in full.

Steve dont know

Thread: Orchestra on your patch
18/12/2019 20:48:53

Fly like an eagle Steve Miller

Saxon 747

Learning to fly Pink Floyd

Learning to fly Tom Petty

Flying High Again Ozzy Osbourne.


Thread: Your experience of Banggood delivery time?
18/12/2019 18:31:26

I will NOT use Banggood every again.!

I did buy small items that i could not get for the usual suppliers, and to be fair they did arrive within 3/4 weeks .

These items where small and cheep and i never spent more than £20 ( Small brushed motors, timers, Led lights ) .

So was not too much to lose. As each order was fulfilled my confidence grew, I ordered some wonder clips for my girl friend . We received a lot of clips that looked like wonder clips, But where a clear copy.

Later i bought a small kit which arrived damaged, later i bought a SJ Cam . What i received was clearly NOT a SJCAM.

I sent them a email with pictures and the best they could offer me was £6 off my next purchase.

The camera is not fit as a kids toy .

So that is why i will no longer use BangGood / GangBad.

Steve face 21.

Thread: S1581 Hawker Nimrod MkI
05/12/2019 15:49:18

Looks great that Danny.

Never seen those type of Pliers before .


Thread: Torque rods vs wing servos
05/12/2019 15:45:35

Hi ,

I could be wrong but i think we saw the introduction of servos in the wing being used in ARTF`s of which most were foam, Balsa ARTF`s came later. My Guess it was easier to manufacture that way.

So most will of come to learn on those models and that way would of been the norm.


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