Hi to all my fellow RC Brothers & sisters, Chris here . . .I wanted to share the build video of my newest RC scratch-built project the "Bamboo-Demon" Bamboo RC airplane basically anyone can build on your own.
its a long 4 hour video but if you follow along with me you can build your own Bamboo RC airplane.
The Maiden flight is at the 4:14:10 mark of the video.
Hi There to all My Star Wars Brothers & sisters! DemonDriver AKA Christopher here with yet another scratch-built RC Star Wars Tie Defender Imperial Starfighter! This is All Hand-made from Super-lite Styrofoam reinforced with Carbon fiber. I'm using a Modified Mid-sized Parrot style Quadcopter painted dull grey. I had a slight headwind that made that flight a tad bumpy in the Flight Video.
Its rather easy to build, and a change of pace from all the RC Tie Fighters out there, I'm pretty sure this is the Very 1st RC Tie Defender ever made.
Hi There to all my RC Brothers & Sisters Here on RCG, DemonDriver AKA Christopher Here, And I wanted to share with you my Latest RC Scratch-build my new Hand made EVE Robot from the Disney Movie Wall-E! This is My Prototype Technology demonstrator for a fully Functional Flying EVE Robot that I will Turn This Robot into and The Eve Mark-2 will be fully animated and autonomous.
Eve's Body, Arms & Head are hand Crafted from Super-Lite Styrofoam and is then laminated with an epoxy resin hardener then painted with white appliance Paint. She utilizes a Medium Parrot-style qaudcopter platform, But will be upgraded to a Much more powerful quadcopter for the Eve Mark-2 upgrade.
This is what I hope will be a new Technology I'm trying to help Create, Merging Quadcopters with Robots to Make what I'm calling "Qaud-Bots"...Continue Reading
Hi DemonDriver AKA Christopher here! I'm dedicating This RC StarTrek Build of my RC U.S.S. Enterprise to TREKKERS EVERYWHERE!! We have to stick together and Love The StarTrek Universe! This is the Refit Enterprise from the 1979 Star Trek Motion Picture! My Hand-Made enterprise is Fashioned from Super-lite Styrofoam and is mated to a medium Sized quad-copter, I Maidened her in slightly high wind 10-15mph and her saucer section caught the wind so she's tricky to fly at times.
I hope to Build Most of The Starship Classes In StarFleet In the coming years!...Continue Reading
Hi There My RC friends DemonDriver here with Yet Another Star wars RC Project, Its My New Hand-Made BB-8 Astromech droid From Star Wars The Force awakens!
BB-8 is powered by a medium sized Modified quadcopter and Has a moving His Head and small arms....Continue Reading
Hi DemonDriver here and I wanted to share my latest Scartch-built Star Wars Star Fighter The Y-Wing Star fighter Quadcopter, I made the Y-wing from super lite-weight Styrofoam and mated it to a medium sized Quadcoper. She really flies Nice as you can see! almost looked real at night! enjoy!
I'm always Honored to post my new Projects here On the GREATEST RC Forum On earth RCGROUPS!...Continue Reading
Hi DemonDriver here & I wanted to share my latest RC Quadcopter Scratch built Project, The Atreides Ornithcopter From the Hi 1984 Sci-Fi Masterpiece Directed by the Legendary Director David Lynch!...Continue Reading
Hi to all my friends here on RCG! Here is my latest scratchbuilt RC fighter jet project the Black Tiger space fighter from Star Blazers AKA Space Cruiser Yamato. . . . These little beauties are powered by a 50mm DR. Mad thrust edf unit optimized from the 4 cell 14 volt lipo . . It puts out 1.2lbs of thrust and the tiger weighs in at 1.5 lbs in the air. . . After the short maiden flights it's now obvious a more powerful 64mm edf must be installed.
Both Black tigers are undergoing minor repairs and will be ready for more flights Soon. Enjoy!...Continue Reading
Hi DemonDriver Here, I scratch-built 2 RC S.H.A.D.O.W. UFO Interceptors from the Hit 1971 Jerry Anderson British Sci-Fi Classic U.F.O. television series. they are hand made from Very light Styrofoam, balsa and carbon fiber.
Its uses a Modified Aries Quadcopter but needs to be lightened a tad....Continue Reading
Well This marks my first scratch-built quad-copter frame and I've learned a valuable lesson . . . . make sure the Mother-board and motor arms are all rigid and NEVER twist opposite of eachother, Well Live & learn LOL