Posted by myrcmodel | Today @ 04:44 AM | 15 Views
On this new website from 11.16 to 11.24, all the items can enjoy 10% discount

JUMPTER T16 PRO $159.99---- After discount: $143.99

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Fatshark Attitude V5 $299---- After discount: $269

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Posted by Nick Akerson | Today @ 04:12 AM | 19 Views
1. Agriculture: UAVs monitor disasters and collect real-time data on crop health and yield. The annual market size of this piece is about $3 billion.

2. Energy: Energy companies use drones to monitor oil pipelines and rigs.

3. Real estate and construction: Photographing and surveying golf courses, skyscrapers, etc., notifying real estate developers, and monitoring the progress of the project.

4. Fast response and emergency services: UAVs use infrared sensors to assist in search and rescue operations from firefighting to ruins or avalanches.

5. News: Using drones can report breaking news/disaster/war zone situations faster and safer than using people.

6. Packaging / Supply Delivery: For example, Matternet builds a network of drones to deliver food and medical supplies to remote rural areas around the world.

7. Photography / Film: Visual artists use drones to capture beautiful images and shooting angles.

8. Research / Protection: Drones help to do everything from calculating the number of sea lions in Alaska to climate, environmental studies, and even tracking the movement of herds in the African savanna.

9. Enforcement: Facing hostage kidnapping, search and rescue, bomb threats, etc., assist law enforcement officers to track criminals and monitor cross-border drug smuggling.

10, entertainment / toys: this fun does not have to say more. Future direction

What happens when the drone is thousands of times better after 10 years? Or after 30 years,...Continue Reading
Posted by JENNIFERZHOU | Today @ 03:52 AM | 26 Views
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Posted by Gary Chen | Yesterday @ 10:08 PM | 104 Views
Aerial Mapping by Mapird VTOL Fixed-wing With RTK/PPK System (3 min 27 sec)

Hey Guys, we just conducted an aerial mapping on Mission Planner using one mapping VTOL Mapird, and the mapping camera MapCam-I is SONY A7R camera-based. Also, RTK/PPK system is used during the whole process. We want to share with you the video here and get more suggestions about mapping via the Mission planner.
Posted by rockiesguy | Yesterday @ 09:04 PM | 119 Views
I have been running this little (and awesome) engine for a while now and totally love it !

I have built two wooden frame jet for it, but after a mishap on the second one the engine became an orphan. Having built 6 other EDF conversions (K30 all) this came as an easy-piecie project. There is a great advantage to foam over wood or composites; not IF but -when- you crash it bounces back in big pieces, providing protection to your internal components. .including the engine.

It is an HSD "Viper" (but it is totally an -AVANTI- in foam. I had a while ago the HSD white/red (NAVY) turbine jet and I can tell you that it is heavy, but flyers great!

I found, after giving up a long ago, a V-1 EDF Viper "red". The V-1 was the lightest ever, before the coming of the "turbo-foam" and cautious but heavy reinforcements were made.

Also. must say, I saw it in an YT video already converted for the X45 and flying ( in Ferrari color scheme)..

You can see in one of those pictures how cavernous the engine bay area is, but even with that, I had to remove a couple of pieces from it to allow room for the fuel tank to be centered ==at the CG point ==

The pipe tail end mount was made of 6 layer plywood cut to fit a good old pipe made for a Wren44. Bare in mind that Newtons are Newtons (force and heat) no matter the size of what produces it ! The Xicoy 45 is about half the size of the Wren engine.

The EDF unit removed, shows its weight in the picture,...Continue Reading
Posted by RC Roundtable | Yesterday @ 09:02 PM | 114 Views
Episode 96: "Loose Screws" is now live!
http://rcroundtable.com/podcasts/mp3/RCR_episode_96.mp3

In this episode, the gang talks about:
-California hobby shops (4:15)
-Coming home (12:15)
-E-flite Su-30 EDF (19:00)
-Fitz's Beaver (32:10)
-Lee's Corsair trouble (42:20)
-Fitz's flotilla (54:00)
-Episode 100 plans (57:15)

You can visit our website at RCRoundtable.com to listen over the web or download an MP3 of the show. Or, you can subscribe to RC Roundtable on iTunes.
We would love to read your comments and ideas. Please drop us a line here, on twitter, or via email: [email protected].

You can visit our website at RCRoundtable.com to listen over the web or download an MP3 of the show. Or, you can subscribe to RC Roundtable on iTunes.

We would love to read your comments and ideas. Please drop us an email: [email protected].
Posted by Scott Todd | Yesterday @ 08:24 PM | 142 Views
Here are some photos. This is a little more discrete and I can delete the blog when we are done.

I'm about half way thru box. I'll try to highlight the valuable parts I see in order of photo number.

604 Clutch bell, Metal cooling fan, a few plastic fans, a 46 fan, several plastic start cones, a metal start cone a few head blocks, a few sets of blade grips.
Several sets of feathering shafts


606 Lots of tail sliders, some blade grips, several bevel gear sets.


Your phone number doesn't work.

Scott
Posted by PittSpecial | Yesterday @ 07:14 PM | 171 Views
Peter,

Here's the measurements and so sorry some are in "INCHES" because we are so used to dealing with that scale!...Continue Reading
Posted by BDOG1 | Yesterday @ 04:22 PM | 178 Views
Oh Boy !
the forecast is for 22 mph straight up our hill with possible gusts over 50 ,that should be over 30 mph sustained , measured at the top if past experience still holds r
Charging and checking equipment now
Posted by old4570 | Yesterday @ 04:22 PM | 187 Views



https://www.banggood.com/custlink/KKGK47WgLD > Product link @ Banggood.com

User manual


It took some time for the Astrolux FT03 to get into my hands . The order was placed May 6 and it arrived Feb 19 . I can only assume that it took some time for who ever makes the Astrolux FT03 to make some , or possibly they are very popular ? I did take the FT03 for a walk and to be honest it's not nearly the best walking light out there . But what it does do is throw ! It throws Nuts ! The FT03 is probably the most throwy flashlight I have ever encountered .

This flashlight would really need some serious looking at if you Spotlight , do search and rescue or any activity where you need to put a lot of light a long way out . The pictures show the FT03 lighting up a Tower over 400 meters away . Doing this in the city with all the associated glare from the city lights . Just one word comes to mind = Impressive .

The Astrolux FT03 comes with a lanyard and some spare 0 rings as well a battery tube / spacer to run 18650 . I am using a Xtar INR 21700 as it's the largest battery I have . The FT03 will actually take a 26650 , but so far I have had no issues with the 21700 . The springs hold the 21700 in place really well and there is no battery slap to speak of , even if you shake the light . The build quality is really nice , and everything screws together tight . The inbuilt USB charge port is handy if you are using the light a lot and have a handy USB power...Continue Reading
Posted by basslord1124 | Yesterday @ 01:58 PM | 209 Views
Finally stepping into the world of warbirds...introducing the FT Spitfire...

FT Spitfire Intro (4 min 13 sec)

Posted by Deserteagle | Yesterday @ 11:31 AM | 394 Views
This is a Poll I was asked to create by Fatshark about the FOV preference of the camera for the owners of the system
Posted by UnknownForces RC | Yesterday @ 09:52 AM | 243 Views
Ghost Rabbit GR1 solid rear axle assy (0 min 20 sec)


The rear axle housing consists of four main components, all fully CNC machined. Only four screws are required to take the housing apart. The housing is very strong, yet keeping costs for spare parts reasonable.

A one-piece machined housing may look gorgeous on the shelf, but needing a replacement can easily break the piggy bank.
One has to keep in mind that in a machine-versus-nature scenario nothing on earth is indestructible. It is in the nature of things that the operation of any vehicle also requires spare parts at some time. Therefore we always keep an eye on the costs of ownership when designing our parts.
Posted by bzzboy | Yesterday @ 12:24 AM | 358 Views
Pulled out my T-Rex 450s from 11 years ago in January and it gave me the bug. In fact, it made me realize i need to get my but in gear to accomplish my bucket list item of being a decent heli pilot. All my batts were in bad shape and the little buggers are hard see now that i'm older, so i started looking at the T-Rex 500 which i really liked back when i was flying my 450s a lot. Great balance of size and crash affordability.

So, one week of evenings after receiving it from Tammies Hobbies it was ready to go. Maiden flight was 2/19/19. Flies superb! This fly-bar-less stuff is kinda cool.

Pictures at the field were taken 2 days before my first test hop which was in the back yard.
Posted by phyngineer | Nov 20, 2019 @ 10:25 PM | 352 Views
Estimation of the number of trees and their canopy coverage in forest nursery fields is of great significance for the management of forest nursery. The calculation of the number of tree plants and their canopy coverage by conventional techniques is laborious and time consuming. It is of great practical significance to explore a new technology that is fast, efficient, low-cost and accurate.

In recent years, the remote sensing technology of UAV has developed rapidly. The application research results have been achieved in land remediation, land use planning, fine detection of mine geological disasters, investigation and evaluation of mountain flood disasters, calculation of building density and floor area ratio. However, in these applications, the drones used are mostly expensive aerial survey drones, and the data processing is complicated.
1 Experimental area and data

Figure 1 corrected drone image

The experimental area is two ginkgo forests in the Yudu District of Chengdu. The experimental area is flat. The data used is the image obtained by the DJI PHANTOM2 VISION+ drone. The image is a fisheye image, and the fisheye lens is corrected and geometrically corrected for the fisheye image. The corrected image is shown in Figure 1.

As can be seen from Figure 1, the image was taken in the fall and the ginkgo leaves were golden yellow. There are 3 ginkgo nursery fields in the image, and 2 of them are selected as test plots.

2 methods and steps

2.1 Constructing the...Continue Reading
Posted by y.takahashi | Nov 20, 2019 @ 08:07 PM | 398 Views
Introducing my work at the Seto Ohashi model ship festival in 2019.
The works are jet foil "Love" and German secret hydrofoil torpedo boat "Sk116".
(Photographed by Mr. W)
ジェット「愛」 : ドイツ水中翼船 「Sk116」 (5 min 51 sec)

Posted by hexagonrc | Nov 20, 2019 @ 02:39 PM | 451 Views
ESC 4IN1 32bits

2S~6S Input (30V max.)

Nexperia mosfets with technology NextPowerS3

PWM y UART (Tx and Rx)

Current sensor

No BEC/SBEC

4 x ARM Cortex M0+ 48Mhz 32bits NXP Kinetis

Progranmable va SWD

Sizes: 29mm x 34,5mm

Distance betweem drills 20mm x 20mm ISO14580
Posted by hexagonrc | Nov 20, 2019 @ 02:35 PM | 454 Views
Frequency 5.800Mhz
Modulation FM
Voltage Input 2.9V up to 8V
Voltage Modes 3V3 and 5V
RF Impedance 50 Ohms
RF connectors SMA/RPSMA and U.FL/IPX
Video Impedance 75 Ohms
Audio Mono, Subcarrier on 6.5Mhz

MCU ARM Cortex M0+
Programmable Via SWD
Flash 32 kbs
SRAM 2 kb
ROM 8 kb

Size 26mm x 26mm
Distance between holes 20mm x 20mm