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Posted by erbus | May 17, 2014 @ 03:20 PM | 25,742 Views
building plan will be published in the french magazine MRA soon ... right after I'll make a building thread, so if you guys want to build a Curtiss SC-1 Seahawk, stay tuned !!!
Posted by erbus | May 17, 2014 @ 06:39 AM | 25,346 Views
here is my latest build ... ok, it's a foamy, so what ?!?

nice looking waterplane !
Posted by erbus | Apr 22, 2014 @ 03:18 AM | 10,216 Views
a shot of my latest build ... some more work to be done but on the good way ...
Posted by erbus | Jun 22, 2013 @ 12:35 PM | 11,642 Views
Hi there,

here is my current building ... Curtiss P-36, actually this gonna be the french version Curtiss H-75 A4, could be british Mohawk as well ... out of foam ... wingspan 45 inch ...
Posted by erbus | Jun 17, 2013 @ 01:13 PM | 12,080 Views
Last week I had the great pleasure to welcome Jeff to my shop ... Jeff was spending some holidays in Europe and showed up ... this was so neat to meet him ... we had, as you may imagine, a lot to talk about our hobby ... Thursday night we had a dinner on the front yard at the shop with our ladies ... as good times always get an end, Jeff left switzerland friday morning and was back home safe ...
What can I say ?!? just looking forward to welcome some more RC flyers at the shop and meet Jeff again probably next year in the USA ...
Jeff, thank you for showing up, I hope you enjoyed you stay and the time we spent together.

cheers now !
Posted by erbus | Apr 29, 2013 @ 12:55 PM | 13,767 Views
Ready for maiden ... waiting for ideal weather, this is another story ...

10 oz (280grams) ready to be launched; actually this is the 6th I built so far ...
Posted by erbus | Apr 05, 2013 @ 02:51 PM | 17,672 Views
this is the last built ... Zlin 526 AFS, wingspan 91/2 ft, length almost 8ft, engine Desert Aircraft 50cc ...
Posted by erbus | Apr 05, 2013 @ 01:21 PM | 12,966 Views
The other day I checked my computer's hard disk and found scans of pictures shot in '88 when living in LongBeach ... with a friend of mine we built two DCU Dragon Fly brought at JetHangar ... we flew at Firmin Point ... landed on the other side of the 4 lanes road, not that easy but we made it, so much fun !!!

Enjoy and have...Continue Reading
Posted by erbus | Sep 10, 2012 @ 03:47 AM | 14,585 Views
Maiden on friday 7th ... she flew straight from the building board, nothing particular to say about how she flies, just like a piece of cake ... was surprised how she can handle low speed (less than half throttle and still flying great) without any bad tendency ... perform aerobatics pretty well ... no need to look around if you want a nice little PC21, this one's for you !

wingspan 91cm; length 95cm; take off weight 640grams; made out of 6mm depron and 3mm for the wing's skin

Building plan will soon be ready for those who are interested !


Posted by erbus | Sep 01, 2012 @ 09:48 AM | 14,616 Views
some more pictures ...
Posted by erbus | Aug 31, 2012 @ 03:22 PM | 14,683 Views
engine cowling ...
Posted by erbus | Aug 26, 2012 @ 06:22 AM | 14,974 Views
ready to draw and cut slots for stab ... rest of the frame ready for painting ... engine mount and cowling will be done this afternoon ... maiden should occur mid of coming week; as soon as satisfied with flying performance I'll draw the building plan ...

Have a nice weekend and enjoy yourselves

Posted by erbus | Aug 12, 2012 @ 09:10 AM | 16,546 Views
lately I made some progress on the building, the frame will be ready for covering by next week or so ...
Posted by erbus | Jul 15, 2012 @ 02:52 PM | 14,828 Views
Hi Everyone,

so bad with computer still trying to upload three short video taken during my flight across Geneva lake, however here is the front and the 3rd page of the local newspaper about my flight ...



Posted by erbus | Jul 14, 2012 @ 04:25 AM | 15,940 Views
some pics of the maiden, the day after this Polaris crossed Geneva Lake from Evian (France) to Morges (Switzerland) ... as fas as I know the first international flight cross Geneva Lake with an electric propulsion ... 14,6km within 16 minutes ... we followed the model with a motor boat, with a faster one we could have done this in a shorter time ... maybe next time

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Posted by erbus | May 19, 2012 @ 04:36 AM | 16,164 Views
Hi Guys,

here is the latest project coming in the shop ... I'm taking this over ... some more building hours ahead, I just ignore how much work, but quite a lot ...

the smallest is a standard size Polaris, then a 133% Polaris (almost done) and finally a enlarged version of Laddie's NorthStar which will be powered by a gas turbine, wingspan should be more or less 6ft ...

have Fun and enjoy Yourselves !