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Old May 23, 2012, 03:11 PM
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I agree with everything that Radio.Active and soundcheque are saying. The design of HH planes is generally decent, the manufacturing of the parts is generally very decent, but it all falls apart in the assembly stage. Alan has best solution by buying parts and putting them together properly, but that ends up costing more than a BNF. That is just so WRONG. These planes should be available as a kit with all the parts and we could supply our own glue. The box would be smaller and the price of that kit should be less.

Not much less, mind you, and that is the problem. They are paying those poor people almost nothing to assemble them. If they slap them together quickly enough, they might actually make enough money to feed their family for one more day. It has nothing to do with stupidity or laziness on the part of the workers on the assembly line. It has everything to do with volume of production per man per day, because that is how our "civilization" operates.

Is there any good news? Yes. Soundcheque once you finally get a chance to fly the Radian Pro, it will put a smile on your face and all your work will have been worth it. Don't delay - do it today........
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