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Posted by Helen_AGFrc | Sep 03, 2020 @ 10:21 PM | 4,900 Views
Our 12V SA86BVMW is the popular star, and there are some customer come to us saying that if we can make regular version, and here it comes the A86BHMW.

**It shares the same outlook, same high quality CNC servo cans.

**It shares the same quality, same high precision waterproof magnetic sensor

**It shares the same durability, same long life brushless motor

What is more , it has 3 colors for your like:

Classic Black
Mystery Purple
Passionate Red

Which one you like?

Ideal for 1/8 ,1/10 Scale On road, off road, Truck, Boat, Airplane, Helicopter, Robot and engine etc.

If you need more info, please feel free to contact me at [email protected]

Specification of A86BHMW:

Operating Voltage: 4.8-8.4 V

Operating speed: 0.142sec/60 @ 6.0V
Operating speed:0.125sec/60 @ 7.4V
Operating speed:0.110sec/60 @ 8.4V

Stall Torque: 40 kg-cm (556 oz-in)@ 6.0V
Stall Torque: 49 kg-cm (681 oz-in)@ 7.4V
Stall Torque: 55 kg-cm (765 oz-in)@ 8.4V

Gear: Steel

Motor: BLS

Size: 40*20*41.5mm (1.57 x 0.78 x 1.63 in)

Weight: 88.5g

Connector Wire: TYU 300 mm

For more products, please visit our website www.agfrc.com...Continue Reading
Posted by Jack Crossfire | Sep 03, 2020 @ 09:00 PM | 4,933 Views
It's amazing how far you can get on $170. Early adopters paid $750 for a Makerbot Cupcake in 2009.
You'd never guess the greasyality worked as well as it did from assembling it.

Out popped a pinion gear with very little fussing after the bed leveling. A part like this was impossible for a lion to make with paw tools, even if it's as fragile as paper in the lamination direction. It might be able to print smaller gears. The mane limitation is the size of magnets used for encoding position & the need for the magnets to clear the motor diameter.
Posted by jmxp69 | Sep 03, 2020 @ 08:22 PM | 4,826 Views
This video compares the gimbals on the T18 Pro, TX16s, and T18 Lite
Jumper T18 RDC90 Gimbals Explained (12 min 20 sec)

Posted by BEAMRC | Sep 03, 2020 @ 08:16 PM | 4,720 Views
Hi Guys,
I would like to share with you our Upcoming BEAM RC Helicopter Model " The ARCHON SE..........
Posted by GBLynden | Sep 03, 2020 @ 07:30 PM | 4,577 Views
This is a Rail Slide Landing With Wild Bill Flynn's E-flite Twin Otter On A Windy Day:

Rail Slide Landing With Wild Bill Flynn's E-flite Twin Otter On A Windy Day (7 min 46 sec)

Posted by rchrist | Sep 03, 2020 @ 05:47 PM | 4,810 Views
Ive added a direct main drive motor to my MasterCP with cc3d FC. Its had the cc3d for several years to date and the dmd brought new life to it. Its been flying nice on 2s and better on 3s. I will be replacing the two blades setup to my 4f200 three blades setup using MCP rotors. Much more quieter without the gears. Also, I need to shorten the power cable.
Posted by gke | Sep 03, 2020 @ 05:44 PM | 4,604 Views
This is another item of lockdown distraction. Good brain exercise.

One way of controlling an indoor model is to use differential thrust and no control surfaces. This is most often done using brushed motors. Purpose built controllers for this form of control are relatively rare but there is an easier way.

Rifle around in your junk box for a "retired" quad with brushed motors. Mount the control board flat on the aircraft pointing forward. Then take the left hand motors and mount them pointing forward a little way out on the left wing but as close together as possible. Ditto for the left hand side motors.

Magically every thing except roll control will cancel out it seems.

If you use one motor from each side then you will get throttle up when you pitch down and vice versa when you pitch up. Sort of a rudimentary height hold.

As you see below the idea works with a retired Hubsan X4 controller.

You can see and hear the effect of corrections on the pitch axis where the planks are very sensitive. If you use a "Tiny Whoop" class brushed motor flight controller, running say Betaflight or iNav, you can tune the control gains easily while using only two motors.

Not too hard really .

20200826 Differential Thrust Steering Using "Retired" Micro Quad FCs Part 2 (0 min 41 sec)

20200726 Differential Thrust Steering Using "Retired" Micro Quad FCs Part 1 (0 min 25 sec)
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Posted by decreale | Sep 03, 2020 @ 05:34 PM | 4,338 Views
Great Jet easy to fly and easy to land. It has one flaw, the canopy will warp in the sun. I have sent three messages to FMS tech support with no response. I also sent pictures as requested. The canopy warped does not affect it flying but FMS should respond and make good on a bad part.
Posted by HOTMAILcity | Sep 03, 2020 @ 02:13 PM | 4,644 Views
◄► Nils is a Scandinavian given name, chiefly Norwegian ..

In the linguistic context, "Nils" recall to mind (النول or النوال) , and (المنال) .. verb (نَوَّلَ : أَعْطَى) is to give something willingly, as a (gift العطية) .. (donate graciously to / العطية التي تجود بها) ~ (geben, donner, bestow جادَ , schenken ) ..

(the obtaining /attainments) = (المنال ), derive from verb (نال) = (obtain, attain) semantically related to (نول = donate) antonym of (الظفر = succeed to win) ..

This word: (الظفر) refer originally to the CLAWS of PREDATORS, and hence presupposes (something difficult to attain) = (صعب المنال) = (schwer zu erreichen) ..

Needless to say, that (الظفر) as (something difficult to attain), presuppose intelligence, or imply worthiness (جدارة Wert), or it is due to, zurckzufhren auf, favorable chances ..

◄► Der treue Johannes .....Continue Reading
Posted by PittSpecial | Sep 03, 2020 @ 01:27 PM | 4,813 Views
Hello again,

Well, my buddy Gerry has his very rare and super hard to get Grand Wing Servo (GWS) pico Tiger Moth in his hands.

Here is what I did to my buddy's new GWS pico Tiger Moth:

It is my thoughts that this RC park flyer model gets it's true appeal from the scale flight manners of the de Havilland Tiger Moth produced by the de Havilland Aircraft Company - Canada.

The RC model comes with under-cambered wing airfoil and the typical Aerodynamic properties to this type of airfoil produces lots of lift at the cost of airspeed, however, this particular RC model sure does penetrate the wind when commanded. It's under-cambered properties of it's airfoil is perhaps not that dramatic yet provides an excellent Slow Flight abilities.

Another appeal, is the very light wing loading (~ 10 ounces fully flight ready) and allows for very good use of small and super efficient Electric Power Systems (both Brushed and Brushless) using small capacity 2-Cell, (7.4 Volt) Lithium Polymer Battery setups.

It is just too bad that GWS is pretty much gone and this model has been discontinued for several years now.

** Enjoy Gerry!! **
Posted by Bonde | Sep 03, 2020 @ 01:16 PM | 4,618 Views
I bought an Eflite su-30 twin 70mm, and fly from grass. I couldn't get it to take off after 10 attempts. Our airfield is smooth and is with short grass. 80 meters long.
I tried everything, move cg, extend the front wheel, flapron, in little wind, and in much wind.

Is there anyone other than me, who has trouble taking off from grass? With the beautiful plane!
If so, what have you done to be successful?
Posted by CrackerBox2020 | Sep 03, 2020 @ 12:39 PM | 4,757 Views
Sanded everything while still in the sheets.
Pile of parts ready to go.

Getting it squared and glued to the template.

Medium CA set super fast on sanded wood! Almost screwed up the keel it set so fast.
I used Titebond III for the engine rails to laminate them together, and 30 min epoxy to glue them to the hull pieces.

So far so good.
Posted by mojowoykin | Sep 03, 2020 @ 11:32 AM | 4,759 Views
the wind is coming...

Working on Q Continuum V.5... true 60"

Don Q
Posted by rclad | Sep 03, 2020 @ 10:08 AM | 4,652 Views
Details on the latest Pattern contest in District 4 can be found here.
Posted by GroundControlRC | Sep 03, 2020 @ 08:13 AM | 4,894 Views

Fun Cub 1100mm Wingspan EPO Kit - Review Part 3 - Maiden Flight or only Maiden Launch?

Fun Cub 1100mm Wingspan EPO Trainer Airplane Kit

Banggood GCRC

Here is a link to the Video:

Here are links to all the Components I picked out for this Kit Plane:

Racerstar Racing Edition 2216 BR2216 1400KV 2-4S Brushless Motor - Clockwise Screw Thread (Primary)

TGS Precision Sport Propeller 9x3.8 (Primary)

ZOHD DART XL Extreme FPV RC Airplane Spare Part Propeller 9x4.5 Inch for Enhanced Version (Alternate)

Racerstar BR2212 1800KV 2-4S Brushless Motor (Alternate)

JXF Poly Composite Propeller 8x4 (2pcs) (Primary)

Gemfan 8040 Propeller for RC Airplane Fixed-wing Aircraft 1 Pair (Alternate)

FMS Predator 20A Brushless ESC With 2A Linear BEC BECT JST Plug for RC Models - JST (Primary)

Volantex Easy-Plug 30A 2-4S Brushless ESC With XT60 Plug (Alternate)

iRangeX RM601 2.4G 7CH Micro DSM2...Continue Reading
Posted by Old_Pilot | Sep 03, 2020 @ 06:54 AM | 4,490 Views
This one looked like it had promise....until I checked the nacelles......not gonna waste material

Well SNUFF !......I've hit a snag,,a big snag....In its current configuration, there's not enough area at the nacelle inlets to satisfy the fan sweep area.....one thing I've learned about these fans.....I need to provide 100-125% inlet area, so the fan doesn't waste any energy just trying to get air to the rotor blades..in this case, I'm only providing about 70% of inlet area....long story short, the fans will starve at the inlet....

If you limit the amount of air going in, you reduce the amount of air going out......now you see why all my jets have nacelles that are external of the fuselage...e.g. the S-3, the SU-25, the A-9, and the modified CF-105
Posted by Brotherhobby May | Sep 03, 2020 @ 06:21 AM | 4,150 Views
Hyperbola 5'' multi-purpose frame.
Toray T800SC-24K Carbon Fiber with equilibrum overlay.
Compatible with Conventional VTX and caddx vista. Compatible with 20*20 and 26*26 Stacks.
Compatible with M2 12*12mm and M3 16*16mm mounting base motors.
FPV Camera Tilt: 25-60 degrees