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RADIO CONTROL MODELS AND ELECTRONICS
VOLUME 62 SPECIAL ISSUE
ON THE COVER
RCM&E's 2019 Special Issue is a regular issue that subscribers receive and sold in the usual newsagents.
Trad' building is the theme this year with, as the cover shouts, no less than 7 plans included!
Easy to build and fly, this is the perfect first-time build for all ages.
A rugged little park-fly sportster that employs simple construction techniques.
The compact low-wing take-anywhere aerobat.
The last aircraft designed by the late, great Vic Smeed, this 36” (914mm) span vintage sportster suits diesel or electric power.
A diminutive version of the classic Stick design - quick build, low cost and maximum fun.
A two-channel glider that’s perfect for the slope or, better still, a piggy-back launch.
A classic from 1965 and possibly your first foray into single-channel!
More designs to his name than anyone else makes Peter Miller the perfect host. First task is to decipher the plan
Talking tools and materials
The fine art of balsa bashing
ON THE BENCH…
A timeless project to get you started
Perfect joints every time
The UK’s trad’ kit business is doing just fine if the number of manufacturers is anything to go by
A good cowl maketh the model
Not all leccy motors are the same
PVA at the ready!
Peter Miller gets stuck into some basic engine maintenance
Glass clothing is a technique many aren’t brave enough to try so what better time to dispel a few myths
Here at RCM&E we’re asked about ‘internal combustion-to-electric power’ conversions more than any other topic. Time for some good advice
There’s a lot to be said for the good ol’ fashioned covering method and, as Shaun Garrity explains, it’s easier than you think
A worthy scale model needs good glazing
How to make a scale steerable tail wheel
Your step-by-step guide to film covering
An easy way to create your own moulded canopies
After 43 years of kit production Chris Foss bares all!
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