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Posted by Crash Hancock | Aug 29, 2010 @ 06:20 PM | 3,814 Views
The "Call-Back" Show

In this 83rd show, we do a little "call-back" to some older material that we have some updates for (otherwise, not a whole lot going on LOL). I was able to get my Millennium RC MicroSSX finished and maidened, so I do a quick review of my experience with this cool little (and I MEAN little) plane.

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Posted by Crash Hancock | Aug 22, 2010 @ 12:40 PM | 4,209 Views
DIY Hot-Wire Power Supply

In this 82nd installment we discuss an exciting new product from Horizon, a potential solution for people with module-based JR radios that want 2.4ghz without using the Spektrum module, a DIY project for people wanting use use a hot-wire system instead of an X-acto to cut foam, and the RCadvisor explains Carlos' Power Rule!

This week's LINKS
Posted by Crash Hancock | Aug 15, 2010 @ 01:31 PM | 3,629 Views
Sites, Letters, and Lanzo

This week we talk about some cool things discovered on the interwebs (lost plans found, LED tutorials, CNC information, etc,), some letters I've received, and a great Old Timer design that I contributed to.

Lots of LINKS are included in this week's show notes!
Posted by Crash Hancock | Aug 08, 2010 @ 12:27 PM | 3,838 Views
Some CNC Discovery

Just like clock-work, we're back with an 80th installment this week, but alas, it's just been so stinkin' hot that we just don't have a lot of RC talk this week. If you know us, though, you'll know that both Dorsal and I are really into CNC machines to support our respective RC 'habits'. I spent some significant time in the workshop on a mission to discover more about these great machines and how they operate. Tune in as we explain the "Right-Hand Rule", as well as how I suggest that the PhlatScript might be improved for use with the upcoming PhlatPrinter MK3 machine and other such Overhead-Gantry systems.

We also have some other stuff, including a visit from the RCadvisor and also some great pictures of a listener's completed e-QSC! Have you completed your e-QSC from this summer's Scratch-build Club? If so, get your pics to me by August 15th so that you can be eligible to win a free power system!!

This week's LINKS
Posted by Crash Hancock | Aug 01, 2010 @ 12:57 PM | 3,893 Views

We're back this week for our 79th show, and this time we've got a guest in the workshop - Mr. Greg Markley from WMParkFlyers. During our visit with Greg, we get a little insight as to how he's creating and painting the kits he sells, as well as some new kits that will be coming soon to his site.

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