RCM&E's new April 2013 issue will be in the shops 8th March and with subscribers beforehand. It's another packed, 132-page issue. Amongst much else, there's a great pull-out plan in the form of Peter Miller's Oodalallly, Rich Harris completes the Panther build and we've a full report from Nuremburg too!
ON THE COVER
Richard Harris’ Panther autogyro really has captured the imagination following last month’s pull-out plan. If you’re not already building one, page 14 shows what you've been missing.
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ON SILENT WINGS
Simon Cocker reveals the hard edge of power scale soaring before winding up with a monster DS machine
MAKE IT SCALE
Danny Fenton hits the soft centre chocoloates, all in the name of scale model building!
Nigel Hawes checks in with another varied electric flight round up
Whittaker assembles the greatest sport hack of all time and sprinkles it with some model preservative
Liam Swarbrick pairs up with Dynam’s Dak’
BO 209 MONSUN
A big Bolkow and O.S. petrol power make the perfect combination as Elliot Howells discovers
ParkZone’s unassuming park flyer turns out to be far more than the sum of its parts
Who better that Mike Williams to give the three-axis auto-stabilised 3D trainer a good wringing out?
Quick to build and fully aerobatic, Peter Miller’s latest design is also forgiving enough to make an ideal follow-on trainer – check out Peter's build blog.
PANTHER – PT.2
Rich Harris completes his autogyro build and explains how to autorotate without tears
…And receive a Prolux Digital LCD heat sealing iron, absolutely FREE!?
A photographic record of the world hobby industry’s latest show and tell.
WHAT GOES UP
Dave Burton explains why your rudder should be receiving far more of your love and attention
MAKING SENSE OF…
…Servos! Steve Hargreaves assists selection with some no-nonsense facts
Pete Lowe’s weekend project will add a new dimension to your flying and could even form the basis for a low-key club comp
Alex Whittaker takes his camera to the informal Deeside competition
A FLYING START – PT.4
Connecting servos to control surfaces is a job that needs to be tackled carefully and correctly – Martin Phillips shows how
ENGINES I HAVE KNOWN
Alex Whittaker waxes lyrical about significant engines in his modelling life
Colin McGinn discusses life, the universe, and everything
All the latest news including details of this year’s single-channel fly-in and a ‘C’ Cert’ for turbine hot shots
Another tempting round-up revealing the industry’s latest arrivals
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