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Posted by gclangis | Jan 11, 2018 @ 05:44 PM | 2,079 Views
I need advice on the proper servo set up for the dual rudders on a 1/13th scale foam balsa composite hybrid sr 71 Blackbird I am considering linking them toghter and use only one servo or can i split the channel using a y lead from the reciever spliting the signal between two servos????
Posted by gclangis | Jan 11, 2018 @ 03:10 AM | 1,750 Views
I love to put toghether scape wood modle planes these are my latest ones in no order the x1 bell glamorious glennis, super mini sr71,b 52, a b2 and one of my own design of a multifunctional tactical fighter.


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Working list of needed items to get her off the ground

2x 12 Blade factory balanced EDF with metal housing and 3530-1750KV brushless outrunner motors produces realistic jet turbine sound Composite fan blades combined with metal EDF






Twin 80mm EDF Jet - 7 Channel Radio 7+ Channel Receiver TWO 6 Cell 22.2V 4000 mAh LiPo Battery with EC5 connector Lipo Battery Charger
12 Blade factory balanced EDF with metal housing combined with 3530-1750KV brushless outrunner

Electronic retractable landing gear with all metal shock-absorbing strutsSteerable, shock absorbing nose gear for enhanced ground maneuverabilityFull function drop down flaps allow shorter take-off distances and slow, scale landingsIndependently controlled elevators allow perfect trim and more responsive climb and descent capability

Nylon hinges on all control surfaces

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Working list of needed items to get her off the ground

2x 12 Blade factory balanced EDF with metal housing and 3530-1750KV brushless outrunner motors produces realistic jet turbine sound Composite fan blades combined with metal EDF






Twin 80mm EDF Jet - 7 Channel Radio 7+ Channel Receiver TWO 6 Cell 22.2V 4000 mAh LiPo Battery with EC5 connector Lipo Battery Charger
12 Blade factory balanced EDF with metal housing combined with 3530-1750KV brushless outrunner

Electronic retractable landing gear with all metal shock-absorbing strutsSteerable, shock absorbing nose gear for enhanced ground maneuverabilityFull function drop down flaps allow shorter take-off distances and slow, scale landingsIndependently controlled elevators allow perfect trim and more responsive climb and descent capability

Nylon hinges on all control surfaces
Posted by gclangis | Sep 22, 2017 @ 08:16 PM | 1,923 Views
This is my first ever blog post please bear with me im not very tech friendly.

"My girlfriends sister gave me the foam used to package a headboard she had bought . I knew i would build a plane . So, not untill i set all the pieces out, did i know what kind it would be....


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This is the build log for G Charles Langis's first rc plane , I am not a pilot or engineer  I have never flown a fixed wing aircraft of any kind. I have nothing more then a  photos and or I used a 1/72 scale model by monagram. I used those for my measurments and a heated pocket knife for the basic shape. I have no prints or plans, no 3d printers.  Just 3 sheets of foam. The following three photos are about a month old they are the basic first form of the build."



june 28th 2017







"The nose section was one of three types I had started with . However it was only used for this mock up . The second one was the same , except wider gaged.The third one was a solid rectangle over 50  inches long 2 " wide. The third one would require shaping in the same manner one would shape a foam core surfboard. I am not a surfboard builder however i am very familier with the prosess. And yes Charlie
does surf! "
             G C Langis
P.S.
"I will log the current weight and specs in my next entry. This will give a general idea of the size ."

July 2017

"These are photos of the first mock up and joining of the...Continue Reading