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Posted by John_G | Dec 09, 2013 @ 06:46 PM | 16,076 Views
R.A.D. Robot v2.0 Upgraded to brushless Motor Also Adding Cam And water proof servos ....... Any Input on this Project is Welcomed
Posted by John_G | Dec 07, 2013 @ 11:42 PM | 16,155 Views
What size Canopy would fit on a X525 V3 Glass Fiber Quadcopter Frame 600mm 26" Would A

Heli-Max Canopy 1SQ Quadcopter HMXE2176 Fit ?
Posted by John_G | Dec 07, 2013 @ 07:15 PM | 16,068 Views
A new virus has been found to be "spreading widely" in the Indian cyberspace which cleverly steals bank account details and passwords of the user once it is clicked. Country's cyber security sleuths have alerted Internet users in the country about the new and suspected variant of malware family called 'Win32/Ramnit'.

"Ramnit worm spreads by infecting or modifying files existing on target systems such as (EXE, dll or html) and creating a new section so as to modify the entry point to that section," an advisory issued by country's premier cyber security agency - Computer Emergency Response Team-India (CERT-In) - said. The malware, the advisory states, "steals credentials like file transfer protocol passwords, bank account logins, infects removable media, changes browser settings and downloads and executes arbitrary files".

The virus is so deadly and potent, cyber sleuths say, that it has ability to hide itself from anti-virus solutions and acquires various aliases to attack a genuine system or Internet-based connection which works to play emails and other user services.

The virus is so lethal in its operations that it "infects the removable media by copying itself to its recycle bin and creates an autorun.inf file," the advisory said.

Once the system is infected, the malware injects its code into windows executable, html files or dlls to communicate with its command and control server, thereby compromising the security of the...Continue Reading
Posted by John_G | Dec 01, 2013 @ 07:10 PM | 16,165 Views
Another Project On the Bench Under Way is a Modified Shredder -X New Aluminium Front Forks/ Aluminium Wheelie bar / Aluminum Wheels being made up Full fiber glass body Full Decal Design Graphics I Design Are already done for the bike ill be installing brush less motor ............ And More to Come Ill Also Be Designing 1/5 Nitro Version Of This Bike In Near Future ........
Posted by John_G | Nov 28, 2013 @ 11:50 AM | 16,692 Views
Once again our glad thankgivings
Rise before our Fathers's throne,
As we try to count the blessings
Of the year so swifty flown

As we trace the wondrous workings of
His wisdom, power, and love,
And unite our "Holy, Holy!"
With the seraphim above.

He has blessed our favored country
With a free and bounteous hand;
Peace and plenty in our borders,
Liberty through all our land.

And although our sins and follies,
Oft provoked Him to His face,
Mercy still restrains His judgements,
And prolongs our day of grace.

As we gather round our firesides
On this new Thanksiving Day,
Time would fail to count the blessings,
They have followed all our way.

Grace sufficient, help and healing,
Prayer oft answered at our call;
and the best of all our blessings,
Christ Himself, our all in all.

While we love to "count the blessings,"
Grateful for the year that's gone,
Faith would sweep a wider vision,
Hope would gaze yet further on.

For the signals all around us
Seem with one accord to say,
"Christ is coming soon to bring us
Earth's last, best Thanksgiving Day!"

Posted by John_G | Nov 26, 2013 @ 07:38 PM | 16,622 Views
Since there's a John. G From Fort Erie Ont. Canada im Changing ~~>Contact Name
John ☠ G ☠ ฎ™ USA Linden . NJ So There's No Confusion
Posted by John_G | Nov 26, 2013 @ 04:08 PM | 16,517 Views
Have a happy thanksgiving 2013.......As you join with your family and friends on this day,
Please include the less fortunate in your thoughts as you pray!

There are many among us who have no holiday fare,
In every corner of the world, there are homeless out there!

Perhaps, due to circumstances and through no fault of their own,
They now find themselves hungry, destitute and oh so alone!

In whatever prayer of thanks you offer; no matter what words you say,
Please add this simple verse - help someone else find their way!

"Lord, help me to help those who have nothing to celebrate today;
To make their lives better, please show me the way!"

If you put "self" aside each day for a moment or two,
Show compassion for others, you'll be amazed at the good you can do!

And, next year when you gather to give thanks once again,
You can say...

"Thanks for helping me make a difference Lord......
thank you Amen!"

Posted by John_G | Nov 11, 2013 @ 06:08 PM | 17,220 Views
Just Letting people Know Ahead Of Time For Anyone Doing trades or Buying any items From Me some Things may go out later then usual do to checking in on relatives that are living in Philippines that live near or around where the typhoon Yolanda hit .......................................__LET'S PRAY FOR PHILIPPINES___ ,,,Father, we pray for the victims of typhoon Yolanda in the Philippines that you give them comfort in their dealings with their losses and provide them with all their needs. Provide them food, shelter and all their necessities. Give them healing and take away their fears. Give them the courage to face their losses and give them strength to care for their injured loved ones. Heal the hearts of those who lost their loved ones.

Our Lord Christ, Jesus, the Bible says in the book of Matthew 18:20 “For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.” Today, we know that you are in the midst of us as we pray together to bring relief to those who suffer the most from these natural disasters.

Lord Jesus, we pray that you pray to the Father to send the Holy Spirit to comfort those that are suffering from these natural disasters and it shall come to pass as it says in the Holy Scriptures: John 14:16-17, “[16] And I will pray the Father, and he shall give you another Comforter, that he may abide with you for ever; [17] Even the Spirit of truth; whom the world cannot receive, because it seeth him not, neither knoweth him: but ye know him; for he dwelleth with you, and shall be in you.”

Lord Jesus, our Prince of peace, bring peace to the victims and their family and friends. Perform miracles on their behalf that they may find financial aid and all types of relief they need to survive from these natural disasters.

We thank you Father, Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit for hearing our prayers........................Amen Thanks
Posted by John_G | Nov 06, 2013 @ 05:54 PM | 19,810 Views
Seems Like Theirs Some people that have items up for sale where both members agree on the price and tell you item will ship out on Monday then come up with excuses on why the tracking number wasn't uploaded then has the nerve to question on why the money is on hold until tracking is up loaded and is a valid number . Well sorry that's not how i do business when i send out any item customer is always notified on the day item is ship or on the day purchased not 4days or 5days later. specially where item was purchased on a saturday and was needed by Monday the 11th as a birthday gift for my godson seems like this aint gonna happen so now have make other plans .....
Posted by John_G | Nov 03, 2013 @ 02:21 PM | 18,303 Views
Flying an RC helicopter is a hobby that can take years to master. The learning curve can be a steep one, especially on more advanced models. However, once you reach the top of the curve you can enjoy the flight tricks that awe viewers and demonstrate your flying skill. One of the more visually exciting tricks to master is that of inverted flight. Flying a helicopter inverted requires you to flip the helicopter so that it flies upside down, performing as it would normally. It's not as difficult as it looks, but getting it to work does take practice and knowledge of the process.

Place the helicopter onto a flat surface with a clear space of at least 250 feet for flight operations.

Lift the helicopter from the ground by applying slight forward pressure to the throttle stick on your transmitter. Continue to gain altitude by increasing the throttle until you're in a hover about 5 feet from the ground. Hold the helicopter stable to get used to the little motions required to maintain the hover in local weather conditions. Continue to gain altitude, keeping the helicopter stable and pointed in a consistent direction.

Move the cyclic stick on your radio transmitter forward to increase the angle forward of your helicopter and begin your forward motion. Increase the throttle to gain speed while angled forward and the helicopter begins to dip into a loop. Increase the angle and the helicopter will begin rolling forward while gaining altitude. Add more cyclic and the...Continue Reading
Posted by John_G | Nov 03, 2013 @ 02:13 PM | 17,762 Views
While most enthusiasts consider the radio-controlled (RC) helicopter the most difficult vehicle to navigate with precision, many pilots soon find the task of flight a rather bland challenge. As you gain experience piloting your RC helicopter through the skies, you may want to learn tricks or stunts to measure your growing skills. Learning how to do RC helicopter tricks correctly will minimize the risk of damaging your vehicle and injuring yourself or members of your audience.

Raise the throttle on your helicopter to gain some altitude. Usually, a few feet off the ground is a good place to practice.

Reduce the throttle to decrease the upward thrust gradually. Watch closely as the helicopter begins to settle at a steady altitude. Continue to reduce the thrust until the aircraft hangs in the air.

Maintain the hover by either decreasing the throttle to prevent the helicopter from climbing higher or increasing the throttle to stop a gradual descent.

Increase the throttle to lift the helicopter out of the hover, or decrease it to land the helicopter.

Death Spiral

Raise the throttle to increase altitude to about 30 feet. That height gives you enough time to "bail out" in case something goes wrong.

Apply either right or left aileron 1/4 in either direction to position the helicopter in knife-edge position. In that position, the tip of the helicopter's rotor blade points vertically, rather than the normal horizontal orientation of...Continue Reading
Posted by John_G | Oct 28, 2013 @ 11:06 PM | 17,333 Views
Its Nice How You Do a trade with some one and they send have of the parts witch is'nt enough parts to build one heli let alone 2 just lot of frame parts 3 canopys and 2 are damage then they dont even respond to pms i send out new parts and i get beat up parts back Yeah think im done with the trading people don't appreciate it ill Just sell items Or Throw them Out If i Need Parts ill order parts out or Make Them In my shop tradings just wast of my time
Posted by John_G | Oct 24, 2013 @ 08:49 PM | 17,090 Views
Blue prints are on the bench Designing A Traxxas Base Nhra Nitro Top Fuel Dragster full cage chassis photos will be uploaded once i compleate full designs an start on chassis build
Posted by John_G | Oct 03, 2013 @ 05:01 PM | 17,477 Views

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Posted by John_G | Sep 30, 2013 @ 09:28 PM | 18,293 Views
Every beginning is difficult, they say. Is that because even for Rc Helicopters I say no! For since there is the coaxial helicopter, the start is really easy! I speak from experience, because I've done it and that's saying something Coaxial Helicopter - For the first flight tests optimally
So easy, the normal small coax heli to fly are also, they have one major drawback: they are extremely sensitive to wind and can be flown only in absolute calm outside of enclosed spaces. Even the slightest breeze, they are aborted and are no longer against the wind. But this is quite sad, because very quickly want to complete the entry after the first successful hovering flights and one flight from the home garden.

For newcomers: The robbe Blue Arrow XL
Exactly what the makers have probably discovered in the home robbe and remedies created: the "Blue Arrow XL" is one coax, but who has already an adult size and can be flown in light winds. Mind in light winds! The "Blue Arrow XL" robbe would be my recommendation for the absolute beginner who wants to breathe without assistance in the RC-Helifliegen in, but is not sure whether he stays with the hobby.

We must be aware that is probably that the coaxial helicopter, no matter how big or small they are, the more quickly impede learning progress, just because they are so stable in the air. Because soon we want to hover as a helicopter pilot more than one: we want to fly around,...Continue Reading

Just A Note....

Posted by John_G | Sep 29, 2013 @ 06:52 PM | 17,728 Views
Not Affiliated With Any Company's Or web Site's So dont Bother Asking If don't Like The Custom Header Name To Bad Im Not Here To Impress You Or Do i Seek Your Approval.... Nor Need it Im Only Here To Help Further The Hobbies For Younger Members & Lend A Hand With Tips/ Advice .. .............Just To Add Extra Note;........... Any Thing That I Trade For I Usually Ship Items With In One To Two Weeks ( As Fast As Possible) And Will It Be with Tracking No# And Or Signature Confirmation By Request Ask Questions In advance To Avoid Confusion ........... Thank You
Posted by John_G | Sep 27, 2013 @ 11:36 AM | 18,213 Views
Accessories, and Collectibles~~~~When packing fragile items for shipping, it is important that the items are packaged correctly. Items that aren't packaged correctly can become bent, pieces may be broken off or the item may become broken entirely if the damage is bad enough. However, when an individual packages their fragile items the correct way their package will get to the destination safely without incident.

Before packing the item or items, it is important that the person obtain the appropriate materials. For example, the person will need to get the correct size durable cardboard boxes, clear packing tape, white packing tissue paper, packing peanuts, bubble wrap, sealable plastic bags and styrofoam inlays if needed. Once the person has the materials that they need for packing their item, they may first start by inspecting the item to see if there are any parts of it that seem like they would get broken while shipping or any fragile specific points on the item. If there are fragile areas like a nose on a figurine or side view mirrors on a model car, they may be wrapped carefully with packing tissue paper and secured with scotch tape so that the delicate parts of the item are protected.

The next step for packing the fragile item is to choose an appropriate size durable cardboard box for the item that is not too big nor too small; the box should fit the item snugly. Next, the person should add a layer of packing peanuts into the box followed by the item. The item may also be wrapped in a bubble wrap cover or inserted into a bubble bag. A bubble bag will increase protection of the item by adding a layer that is capable of cushioning the package against the natural journey through transit. Optionally, the person may also pack their item in a sealable plastic bag to add further moisture protection. Afterwards more layering tissue may be packed around the item as well as layered on top to provide additional protection.
Posted by John_G | Sep 27, 2013 @ 11:32 AM | 18,018 Views
If you are shipping fragile items to another location, you will want to ensure that they arrive safely at their final destination. There is nothing worse than opening a box and taking out an item that happens to be in pieces. Here is a short guide concerning how to pack fragile items for shipping.

Use Bubble Wrap, Bubble Wrap and more Bubble Wrap

This wonderful product is one of the best ways to protect items that can break easily. It cushions each piece and prevents items from knocking against each other within boxes. Do not be afraid to use a good amount of bubble wrap. You may also want to line boxes on the bottom and sides with additional bubble wrap, as this will provide even more cushioning for delicate pieces. When everything has reached its new location, the bubbles can then be popped as a reward for using your head and packing wisely.

Fill in Hollow Items with Peanuts

Any hollow items, such as vases, should be filled in with peanuts, not the kind you eat, but the shipping kind made of Styrofoam. The items are then wrapped in bubble wrapping for added protection. They should be laid on their sides within the box.

Use the Box-in-Box Method

With very fragile items, you should take the box that holds the breakable items and pack it in yet another larger box. The inner box should have about three inches of packing material between it and the outer box on all four sides and the bottom. Styrofoam peanuts or wrap would be a good option for cushioning...Continue Reading