Posted by wisatatugu | Today @ 09:47 PM | 140 Views
Tugu Wisata adalah jasa sewa mobil Jogja dan paket wisata Jogja. Kami mempertemukan antara kualitas kendaraan sewa dan ragam pelayanan yang prima dengan harga yang kompetitif. Tugu Wisata menghadirkan beragam jenis kendaraan yang siap mengantar perjalanan tugas dan liburan keluarga anda. Melengkapi semua kebutuhan pelanggan perorangan maupun perusahaan. Dengan harga yang bersahabat. Tugu Wisata juga menyediakan berbagai paket wisata yang dapat anda nikmati untuk mengisi waktu liburan anda maupun keluarga, dengan harga yang terjangkau dan fasilitas yang lengkap. Tersedia beragam jenis paket wisata seperti paket wisata sehari, 2 hari 1 malam, 3 hari 2 malam, 4 hari 3 malam, 5 hari 4 malam, dan paket honeymoon jogja.
Posted by DoubleEagle | Today @ 09:44 PM | 146 Views
RC Volvo digger | Double E Hobby E111 (2 min 40 sec)

Double E Hobby team is proud to announce Volvo digger series models.
We offer hydraulic and electric units with a pocket size prices.
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Posted by VicT | Today @ 08:27 PM | 395 Views
Ive had loss of pitch control from a single elevator servo failure, and pushrod system failures so I like to add redundancy when it is convenient. The Heron T tail is an easy compartment to add a second elevator servo. However the single elevator pushrod must be replaced with a left and right elevator pushrod and they should not touch each other. The other challenge is connecting them to the elevator with out the white plastic tube fixture. For high reliable servos I chose the Bluebird type. They are expensive but are metal gear and digital. Having them on the same signal with a Y connection will make it simple with a 6 channel receiver such as the AR 637T with SAFE. In case of a single servo lock up the other servo will provide pitch control to compensate for the other servo and stuck elevator. A preflight check will be easy to spot a failed single elevator servo failure as well as a post flight check.

The supplied 2-56 clevis and rod is OK for a single servo but I wanted a spring loaded connection so I soldered the .038 music wire rods to them for a flexible connection. Two servos and the pushrods weigh 15 grams and with a heavier motor this added weight will compensate. With a lightweight Heron build the fuselage plastic tube can be eliminated and clear tape skin can provide torsional strength. See pics
Posted by Jack Crossfire | Today @ 07:42 PM | 496 Views
A 19 mile drive brings out the defects. The bumpers fractured between the laminations. So flexing can't be perpendicular to the laminations. One does not simply rotate the laminations. Thus began the 1st attempt to adhere TPU. E6000 was hopeless. There was hope for CA with a tongue & groove.

It was the 1st time anything went that far on a single battery. The power usage was 216mAh/mile.
Posted by gke | Today @ 06:04 PM | 770 Views
This is my first effort at building a 3D printed aircraft and, as there are quite few YT build and flight videos out there, it will be mainly photos.

Main change is using a forward motor "carbon" bulkhead as in my experience rear mounting a motor leads to increased out of balance vibration. The screw holes for the servos also have too little material around them so the servos have two turns of masking tape around them and are glued in with white glue. Servos can be replaced easily by slicing the masking tape.

Apart from sticking fingers to the aircraft or each other there were no particular difficulties with the build.

Motor Blue KDA20-22L, 10x6 Aeronaut folder. A 2200mAH 3S pack was needed to get the published CG. AUW 816gm so not light but then a little heavy is OK on the slopes....Continue Reading
Posted by DismayingObservation | Today @ 05:47 PM | 870 Views
Foam builders, rejoice!

Just when you thought all was lost and foam aircraft projects would forever be limited to paper-backed poster board from a dollar store or blue foam insulation board , a resourceful inventor and modeler by the name of Greg Tanous has done the unimaginable.

Through his company, Greg Tanous Lasering and website,, genuine German-made Depron is once again available in the US! Tanous is the inventor of 1:1 scale RC flying superheroes, a scaled-down RTF toy version from EB Brands depicting Marvel's Iron Man and the Playmates Super G free flight toy wingsuits which I reviewed elsewhere.

Greg took it upon himself to contact the manufacturer to inquire about shipping a container of Depron to his new home in Lorena, Texas. All was not as easy as it seemed. Communications between the factory and a shipper proved difficult; even his choice of customs agent was denied. Shipping from the docks required a specific type of trucking company. Greg called the ordeal "tougher than imagined times 10."

What's more, Greg shipped, on his own initiative, several sheets of 3mm Depron to me on his dime which in turn gave me a really cool idea.

Some time ago, I'd purchased plans for a micro EDF model of Batman's Batwing jet from That's because I was given a crashed E-flite UMX F-16 from a local hobby shop about to close its doors. The model had been sold to an inexperienced pilot who insisted on buying the thing.....Continue Reading
Posted by microwaves | Today @ 05:29 PM | 862 Views
A visual flight control analyzer is included for comments.
You can view all control functions with settings adjustable to match any fixed wing airplane.
I have set up many planes with the device.
Posted by magnetman | Today @ 02:40 PM | 1,352 Views
Couple of pics of my SR 71. Twin 12 blade fans on 3s and AR636 Rx. Weak original U/C replaced with Eflite retracts. As yet unflown.
Posted by 5546dug | Today @ 01:48 PM | 1,660 Views
Nice and fast addition to the fleet!
Hoping it will keep the jet urge at bay till a spring reunion!

Not sure about the pylon racing but just a 3.5 minute terror and blast.
Posted by DutchRC | Today @ 12:04 PM | 2,023 Views
Halloa people,

Simple short video this time! I recently did a show & tell on this HBX car
and I'll be posting up some short running / test video's of it...

This time we'll have a look how the car holds it's own OFFroad

HBX 18859 Rampage! 1/18th scale Monster Truck - Offroad drivin :D (3 min 24 sec)

Posted by japim | Today @ 09:26 AM | 2,409 Views
Another crazy idea.

German conceptual bomber Blohm und Voss P170. 3D Printed of course

Scale 1:12, 1.3m span, ~1 m long. Expected weight 2kg. 3D printed retracts. 4S-6S power setup.
I am not sure about the rudder function yet. Vase mode friendly + carbon/steel reinforcing.

I am thinking about another type of split.
Keep the wing in one piece, but split the center fuse in half using Lockey BD5 Fuse sections splitting mechanism.
Posted by GroundControlRC | Today @ 09:15 AM | 2,429 Views
Aircraft Setup File - Converted EPP Chuck Glider 480mm Wingspan (Pusher Configuration)

This Setup works great & the performance of this Converted Chuck Glider is Awesome!

Get the Glider Here: 48cm Big Size Hand Launch Throwing Aircraft Airplane Glider DIY Inertial Foam EPP

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Here is a link to the Playlist for this RC Converted Chuck Glider:

Here are links to all the components we used in this project:

48cm Big Size Hand Launch Throwing Aircraft Airplane Glider DIY Inertial Foam EPP

Racerstar Racing Edition 1104 BR1104 7000KV 1-2S Brushless Motor (The DYS 1104 is no longer available)

iFlight Nazgul T3020 3020 3X2 3 Inch 2-Blade (Eachine 3020 Prop is no longer available)

2.4G 4CH Micro Low Voltage DSM2 DSMX Compatible Receiver Built-in Brushed ESC

3Pcs URUAV 7.4V 380mAh 50C/100C 2S Lipo Battery JST Plug (The original LIPO is no longer available)

HobbyKing HK-5320S Ultra-Micro Digital Servo 0.075kg / 0.09sec / 1.7g

RW.RC 10A Brushless ESC 5V1A BEC 2S 3S (DYS 7A OPTO is no longer available)

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Posted by Risto | Today @ 07:22 AM | 2,776 Views
*Under construction since February 28th, 2021. If you are interested in this topic, please re-visit this page in a week or two*
Posted by Risto | Today @ 07:20 AM | 2,882 Views
Here's a step-by-step guide to building OpenTX firmware for your radio on Microsoft Windows 10. If you prefer Ubuntu Linux as your operating system of choice, then please see my blog post #1 for the same instructions, but targeting Ubuntu Linux.

In the first half of this blog entry, I show how to setup the build environment and in the second half I give two build examples plus a bonus build - first for vanilla OpenTX build and second for OlliW MAVLink enhanced OpenTX fork. The bonus build is for latest and greatest OlliW development branch (not for flying). In the examples, I use RadioMaster TX16S, but the steps are all applicable to other radios as well, you just need to select another build target in the CMAKEOPTIONS line (more on that below).

After following the steps here, if you are interested to learn how to setup a graphical development environment for coding and debugging, please see a follow-up blog post #4 (planned, not yet there. As a teaser you could have a look at similar topic targeting Ubuntu Linux in by blog post #2) of mine showing how to setup Qt Creator and how to perform real-time in-circuit debugging with it on code running on radio microcontroller.

The steps in this guide are tested with OpenTX v2.3.11 release and v2.3-dev branches plus OlliW mavtelem2311-v24 and OlliW mavtelem-dev forks using Microsoft Windows 10 in Version 20H2 64-bit edition.

Disclaimer: I have assembled this guide to the best of my knowledge. Nevertheless this is NOT the...Continue Reading
Posted by TrikeTrash | Yesterday @ 10:19 PM | 4,196 Views
Easy question, complex answer. One, I'm a cheap azz. Two, I like tinkering with stuff. Three, and the
most important, I hate stuff on my face. Maybe, it's because I have to wear glasses and that's done
a number in my head over the years. I don't know, I just don't like stuff on my face. I have to put up
with the glasses but I don't have to put up with a #@#% octopus wrapped on my face!

Back to the bucket. It started when I purchased a toy quad that came with a little 4" video monitor
that attached to the radio. It was ok, but trying to watch the screen while the quad was flying around
the room, really really didn't work out. I thought about putting the monitor in a box and sticking my
head inside - that didn't work. Then by accident while out it the garage, I noticed my old flip up welding
helmet hanging on the wall. It had been replaced many years before by my auto darkening helmet. I
pulled it down, it was covered in dust, full of spider webs and the headband was rotten. I tried to flip it
open but the hinge was rusted solid so it broke off in my hand. I proceeded to pry out the optical filters
and got it down to the bare plastic. I cut a piece of aluminum to cover the opening left by the flip top, a
couple of pop rivets, some hot glue and the Model I hood was born.

The screen was quite small and I had to wear glasses to focus but it worked great. Thinking that if this
hood was good, goggles must be even better....Continue Reading
Posted by jmxp69 | Yesterday @ 08:41 PM | 4,503 Views
Some money saving tips and a couple of my favorite links:
RC Newbies and Cheapskates: Awesome and Affordable RC Equipment • Save That Bank! (56 min 32 sec)