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Posted by HOMI_EPP | Today @ 04:41 AM | 89 Views

EPP battery charge hand launch glider plane
You can Launch it to fly without battery charge,also you can choose to charge it first in a short seconds

Flying weight:21G
Motor:KPD 7*16MM
Charge time:no more than 30s,better to charge 10-15s
(charging indication light and charge protection set)
Flight height:10-15M
Flying distance:100-150M
Flying time:45-60s.
Pack:30sets/carton(retailer box including holder)Weight:9.5KG/cartons

1,Connect the battery box plug with charging socket on the fuselage.
2,Turn on the battery box and keep the fusalage switched OFF.
3,After charging 10-15s,turn the battery box OFF and remove the charging plug.

charging time better within 10-15s,no more than 30s or the capacitor will be damaged.
Posted by HOMI_EPP | Today @ 04:23 AM | 120 Views
good flying experience !just need to throw it out!
Posted by HOMI_EPP | Today @ 04:16 AM | 135 Views
This is a patent product for EPP apply to soccer ball,EPP is non-toxic and can be bio-degradable,light weight but very endurable,and inflatable free,easy to wash and assemble,good toy for kids.
Posted by japim | Today @ 02:54 AM | 382 Views
I just love this plane. It flies so well and I have lots of fun + it looks just awesome in the air. Maybe one day I will build a bigger version.

Follow me - flying behind P61 Black Widow (4 min 51 sec)

Posted by alex111 | Today @ 01:14 AM | 417 Views
My HMY Britannia all hand made
Posted by GroundControlRC | Yesterday @ 09:18 PM | 473 Views
Custom 250 Quad - Dustoff #1 - I wrecked it but good ;-(

Ground Control RC Custom 250 Quad - Dustoff #1 - I wrecked it but good ;-( (5 min 14 sec)

Well, I haven't flown my custom 250 quad in months.
Time for a DustOff flight ;-)
I just flashed my Flight Controller with BetaFlight.
The Flight Controller is an old CC3D unit.
This flight is to check it out and see how out of tune it is.
Sadly, I ran out of talent on a very bad default setup.
I had a lot of drift and vibration when flying through the prop wash.
I should have waited to get the tune accomplished before performing much acro not mention the fact that I am way out of practice.
I haven't evaluated all the damage yet to see what can be salvaged.
I guess I'm lucky I already have upgrade motors on order for this quad, I'm certainly going to need them ;-)

Build, Fly, Crash, Repair, Rinse & Repeat!

Happy Flying!
Posted by old4570 | Yesterday @ 09:08 PM | 476 Views

Yeah ! , some one has the dollar bug !

Seriously , a long time ago you could buy something for a dollar . ( I mean a long time ago - like the 1970's )
Those times are long gone , well so I thought .

Apparently , you can still get stuff sent to you ( mind you ) for a lousy dollar ...

And so what we have here is a little chucky ..

Building one is incredibly simple , you just need a match stick or something to punch out the cut outs for the wings N things .
There is no need for glue ..
This particular chucky is a stunt chucky ..
And by that I mean it is supposedly meant to do loops when you hurl it ..
If you look at the pictures you will notice I cut a new slot for the elevator so the chucky would glide straight ..
And glide straight it does ..

Only real issue is the weight , or lack there off !
These are really meant for indoor flight as the slightest breeze has a huge effect on the chucky ..
A school hall or something would be brilliant .
If you plan on relocating the elevator , a very sharp cutting tool will make short work of cutting a new slot ..

Flight trimming was easy , just tweak the foam wings or elevator to suit . ( They are very easy to mold with your fingers )
I was really amazed at how well such a small light chucky can glide without a breeze upsetting it .

What I like ..
1) Cheap @ $1
2) Easy to build ( Kid safe )
3) easy to tune
4) relatively robust

What I don't like
1) Stunt version (?) Will need a sharp cutting implement to correct
2) Indoors only - gets upset by the slightest breeze

Feebay Link
Posted by tc flyer | Yesterday @ 05:58 PM | 510 Views
Tundra Float wheel mod (2 min 37 sec)

Posted by pressalltheknobs | Yesterday @ 05:45 PM | 520 Views
In OpenTX a channel is a pipeline of calculations starting with the Source you use to control the channel and ending with the output of the final channel value at the receiver. You set up each channel by adjusting the various parts of the pipeline so that they change the value provided by the Source into the value you want to emit from the receiver.

Source->[INPUT->][Trim->]MIXER->OUTPUT->[OverrideCH->][PPM Center->]Module->Protocol->...Radio-Transmission...->Receiver->[pwm|cppm|sbus...]

The channel pipeline is run periodically, sampling the current value of the Source, transforming it and sending the transformed value to the receiver which emits the value is some form. The receiver gets a new value each time the pipeline is run and so receives a stream of incrementally changing values for the particular channel. Since there is more than one channel, the channel pipelines are processed together and the channel values from each period are typically bundled together sent to the receiver in single data packet. The form this takes depends on the protocol being used. The receiver pulls each channel value out of the data packet it receives emitting it to the appropriate place (eg the PWM pin for that channel or the channel slot in the SBUS data packet)

The latter part of the pipeline is set up by choosing a Module, a Protocol and appropriate Receiver. While you do have to choose which to use, this part of the pipeline is mostly...Continue Reading
Posted by pressalltheknobs | Yesterday @ 05:43 PM | 514 Views
The standard continuous controls (sticks, pots, sliders) give values between -100% and +100% and switches give one of -100%, 0% or +100% depending on the type of switch. Other sources like Telemetry values may have different ranges.

INPUTS are for adjusting the value a control or other source gives. Each INPUT groups a set of "lines". Only one line from an INPUT is used at once. A line defaults to active but may be made conditional on a real or logical switch position using the Switch field. If the Switch field condition is true then the line is active. For each INPUT, the set of lines is checked in order from top to bottom and the first active line found is used to calculate the value for that INPUT. If there are no active lines then the INPUT will "Hold" it last known value. The basic INPUT line calculation is given by this formula...

INPUTn = Weight*Function(Source) + Offset

While the numbers are presented as %'s to make them easier, for the purposes of the calculation it is better to consider the numbers as being a decimal fraction between -1 and +1. Weight can be in the range -100% to +100% and scales the Source value. A 70% weight means multiply the Source value by 0.7. This also has the effect of setting the minimum value to -70% and the maximum top +70%. This is often refereed to as the "rate". Offset adds a constant to the value. A 10% offset means add 0.10. This will change the minimum from...Continue Reading
Posted by Mad_angler1 | Yesterday @ 12:53 PM | 688 Views
Last year the guys over at Evolution3d sent me over there DJI Crystalsky mount for the Mavic Pro and I have been using this exclusively since, its had a dramatic amount of use and has been my fist choice with both the Mavic Pro and Mavic Air.

They have now released a new updated design for the Mavic 2 as well as some new adapters for the Crystalsky too.

The New Bracket

Evolution3D specialise in 3D printed parts they design in house them selves and having used the last bracket for well over a year I can honestly say the print quality is 1st class, these brackets are extremely well made, every part of there kits that's not metal is printed and it's all solid and well designed, with the new bracket they have moved to a more traditional design with it fitting in the arms but it still retains one of its best features and thats the ability to fix the Crystalsky both on top of the RC or above it depending on preference, the kit consists of main frame that fits into the arms

...Continue Reading
Posted by Deserteagle | Yesterday @ 12:52 PM | 644 Views
Made this video on how to make a custom splash screen for the RapidFire and some Random thoughts about the AMA,Fanboys and the FAA

Rapidfire how make a custom logo, Fanboys,FAA and AMA (22 min 42 sec)

Posted by MikeRx | Yesterday @ 12:45 PM | 648 Views
Here is the 24"..
Minishark 24" (3 min 36 sec)

Here is the 30" running 8s on Tmotor F80 2500kv..
Minishark 8s madness! (5 min 8 sec)
...Continue Reading
Posted by mwhidden | Yesterday @ 11:54 AM | 669 Views
Been a while, but I did maiden the Wanderer, and she flies beautifully (or so I'm told, having newer flown a glider before). I was even able to thermal a bit. All in all, I enjoy flying it more than I would have thought.
Posted by unboxingexp | Yesterday @ 11:06 AM | 694 Views
I got thirsty chilling in my swimming pool. Thanks god I had DJI's Mavic Air at hand to bring me a soda :-)
Drone delivery (1 min 42 sec)

Posted by Pierre_de Loop | Yesterday @ 09:34 AM | 784 Views
The restored Scout flew briefly amid some breezy conditions yesterday and proved (again) to be a fine airplane. Now I'm looking forward to better weather and a little model airplane nostalgia.

Speaking of nostalgia, I've modified some Williams Brothers pilots to resemble some of my favorite childhood toys; the Fisher Price Adventure People from the Northwood's Trailblazer set and the GI Joe Adventure Team Commander.
Posted by lawrence4 | Yesterday @ 06:15 AM | 881 Views
Vertigo up lawn rolling circle (0 min 56 sec)

First time rolling so low.
Posted by GEMFAN ts | Yesterday @ 01:02 AM | 1,338 Views

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