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Posted by Laneritc | Apr 15, 2014 @ 07:47 PM | 899 Views
Starting the build on NB #2, 14", learned a lot from the first build. This time I'm going to remove the paper to save weight and cover with colored packing tape for strength. I hope to be able to fly this one in a small area around the house. Check out the pics. all comments welcome. Lane
Posted by Laneritc | Mar 30, 2014 @ 04:41 PM | 1,829 Views
My latest plunge into scratch building is a purple, green, yellow & maybe some orange noob tube. Watched several videos on the building process, so I feel like I'm ready to screw this up also Check out the pics and you will see what I mean.
Posted by Laneritc | Mar 23, 2014 @ 12:55 PM | 1,302 Views
Been watching Beaves and everybody else's nut balls. I need a new "yard flier" the Night Vapor's fun but can only do so much. I've read thru a lot of the build threads, watched you tube vids so now I'm in the process of building my first nut ball. This one I'm going to call " ugly , because thats exactly what it is. This one is being built with the paper on and packing tape added for strength. Here's a few pics. Thanks Lane
Posted by Laneritc | Feb 21, 2014 @ 05:28 PM | 3,109 Views
Always enjoyed working with wood and building things. Been wanting to do a balsa build for a year or so. Bought a Micro Telemaster kit from Hobby Express received the kit today. Looking thru the instructions I don't think this is be too difficult a build. Not going to get in any hurry, figure a couple weeks to build. All and any tips and advise welcome, like I said first build of this type would like to know ideas about what motor would be best etc. Plan on posting pictures and comments as the build progresses . Thanks Lane
Posted by Laneritc | Feb 09, 2014 @ 09:43 PM | 2,254 Views
Been building a Fun Cub for a couple months now. Haven't been in any hurry weather here is still to wet, windy & cold most of time. Almost ready to finish the final assy. Have all the electronics installed and bound to my new DX9. That is one awesome TX. To me it is actually easier to program than my DX6I. Here's some pictures of the build in progress.