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|Eamonn Fahey||18/08/2019 14:16:43|
529 forum posts
Great to see that there are still considerate and generous suppliers around. Well done HobbyKing.
1239 forum posts
Wow - that flight control system looks amazing. First time I've ever seen something like that - question though, what do you do for rudder control?
|john davidson 1||18/08/2019 17:50:21|
|15 forum posts|
you twist the joystick for rudder
|Shaun Walsh||18/08/2019 17:52:16|
|175 forum posts|
Robert makes some entertaining videos, but what happened to his arm, i must have missed that one.
|Geoff Sleath||18/08/2019 18:07:46|
3300 forum posts
I suppose it could be model related but there's some pretty powerful (and potentially dangerous) kit in that workshop but it looks bad. My wife tripped on the pavement on her way to the gym almost 4 weeks ago and both knocked herself out and broke her wrist (radius bone). Her arm still looks bad but nothing like Robert's.
On a slightly related angle, I wonder if the unrest in Hong Kong might mean our (relatively trivial) interests might be compromised - eg slow restocking of the UK/Europe warehouses or even HK going out of business.
That kit looks very sophisticated and could be a huge help for disabled modellers. I'm not quite sure if it arrived out of the blue or there had been some discussion about Robert's injury before hand. In any case it seems to be a good gesture.
|Peter Miller||18/08/2019 18:43:57|
10077 forum posts
I think he might give his talk in a place with less echoes.
|Colin Bernard||18/08/2019 20:52:56|
478 forum posts
He says on another video that he fell and cut his wrist to the bone, severing tendons and nerves. Apparently the tendons should heal in 6 weeks or so, but they would not comment on the nerve recovery. Let's hope for the best - he's quite a character!!
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