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Posted by Marsmann11 | Sep 18, 2020 @ 05:57 PM | 3,099 Views
For sale - DJI Matrice 210 RTK plus Zenmuse Z30 Optical zoom camera for reduced price.
Plus 4 batteries, carrying case, and ground station case.
Posted by Marsmann11 | Mar 28, 2017 @ 07:35 PM | 6,606 Views
Go check out my ad on the classifieds, I'm selling an upgraded Traxxas Fiesta AND a Traxxas Stampede for $200. Open to trades in the area.
Posted by Marsmann11 | Jul 09, 2016 @ 12:47 PM | 7,168 Views
Due to the increased need of space for my models, I have created a system for storing and displaying my current hangar. It moves all of the bigger planes into one area and allows for easy access and looks good as well.

The idea was to have two wires stretch across the room, close to the wall and ceiling so it is out of the way. I was able to put the planes so high up because of the tall ceiling height.
I started by measuring the length of the room that the wire would cross, and how big my planes were so that I could have proper clearance for the tail/rudder. Next, I found steel "rope' or wire and had them cut it to length for me. Home Depot also has a kit for making loops with this steel wire and attached those to large eyelets. The eyelets then went into the wall with some plastic foundations and it was very sturdy. Before I routed all of the wire, I put pieces of acrylic tubing on the wire to soften the digging into the foam or hangar rash. If you tighten the wire enough, it won't sag as much and is not very noticeable because it does not expand the same as rope. I then experimented with different types of airplanes and wings, as it was designed for.
I decided to keep only full airplanes on it to keep it looking nice and orderly.
Some aircraft types do not work well for this setup, because I put it too close to the wall. I forgot to measure the distance that the tail sticks out on my Apprentice and Night Visionaire, so I had to tie down the tail of the...Continue Reading