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Radio Carbon Art Electric Sailplane Clinic 3 Review

Paul Naton has done it again with the release of the Electric Sailplane Clinic 3...

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Electric Sailplane Clinic 3

Paul Naton has done it again with the release of Electric Sailplane Clinic 3. By "done it again" I mean that he has created yet another must have training video for any electric sailplane enthusiast or aspiring competition pilot. In the previous 2 clinic videos, Paul covered the basics and intermediate subjects, but in this third video, you'll get knowledge of advanced building techniques and all the latest equipment setups as well as serious technical info on choosing motors and optimizing your batteries and overall power system.

Maybe you are new to electric sailplanes or want to get serious about competitions. Watching these videos is like sitting down with an expert and having him go over everything you would want to know. It's not just info, but also practical demonstration as Paul actually builds and shows you everything along the way using 1080P HD video, graphics, and screenshots. It's like getting a college education in the hobby. I know I'm gushing here, but I've personally learned a ton over the years watching Paul's videos. I just finished watching Electric Sailplane Clinic 3 and that trend continues. I can highly recommend it with confidence that you will be impressed, and if you aren't, there's a money back guarantee.

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Dec 10, 2015, 08:49 PM
Paul Naton's Avatar
Thanks for the great coverage Jason!

If you're new to this whole electric glider thing, its not easy trying to figure out how to pick the right motor, ESC, and propellor and make all the parts work together. That's why I created this video series, to help guys quickly learn the skills needed for successful and safe electric glider flying.

If terms like 'KV', 'Watts per pound' or 'IR' are new to you, then you should start with my first two Electric Saiplane Clinic videos which cover all the basic terminology, equipment and skills you'll need to get your power system installed correctly so you don't burn up parts or abuse your expensive battery packs.

The Electric Clinic complete video set is really the best deal I offer, you get all three of my video programs at big discount, kind of like buying 2 videos and getting the third free. http://www.radiocarbonart.com/ELCDDSet/

If you have any questions about the videos or electric glider questions, post them here or PM me, always happy to answer questions.

Paul Naton
Radio Carbon Art Productions
http://radiocarbonart.com/
http://glidefast.typepad.com/
http://www.youtube.com/pnaton
https://vimeo.com/radiocarbonart
Dec 10, 2015, 09:58 PM
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Tom T's Avatar
My daughter asked me this morning what I want for Christmas this year. Guess whos getting the sailplane clinic link sent to her 1st thing in the morning.


Hope Ive been good this year.
Dec 11, 2015, 12:25 PM
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czorzella's Avatar
I really enjoyed watching this video! Highly recommended!
Dec 11, 2015, 12:54 PM
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Nice information
Dec 11, 2015, 08:11 PM
Paul Naton's Avatar
A big thank you to the manufacturers and dealers who helped make this new video possible.
It takes a huge amount of time, effort, money and gear to complete each video I make.

NAN Models Soaringusa.com MKSservosusa.com Revoletrix Batteries Neu Motors PNCmotormounts.com Aerobtec.com Optipower UK GM Props

I only use the best gear that I personally test and evaluate in my videos.

Paul Naton
Radio Carbon Art Productions
http://radiocarbonart.com/
http://glidefast.typepad.com/
http://www.youtube.com/pnaton
https://vimeo.com/radiocarbonart
Dec 12, 2015, 05:31 PM
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czorzella's Avatar
Actually, a big thank you to Paul Naton who made this new video available via download worldwide.
Dec 16, 2015, 10:03 PM
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Flying the Xplorer 3 I built in the video except for bigger motor.

Paul Naton
Radio Carbon Art Productions
http://radiocarbonart.com/
http://glidefast.typepad.com/
http://www.youtube.com/pnaton
https://vimeo.com/radiocarbonart

Xplorer X3 F5J Freestyle Low & Fast Acro Flight (5 min 47 sec)
Dec 18, 2015, 05:07 AM
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Tom T's Avatar
Christmas arrived a couple days early here. Daughter just sent me the email with my download links for the sailplane clinic. Thanks daughter, thanks Paul. Merry Christmas sir.

Jan 02, 2016, 10:54 AM
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Originally Posted by Tom T
Christmas arrived a couple days early here. Daughter just sent me the email with my download links for the sailplane clinic. Thanks daughter, thanks Paul. Merry Christmas sir.

I know what you're gonna be building next!!!
Jan 02, 2016, 12:35 PM
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Tom T's Avatar
Hehehe, doubt I'll ever be able to afford an Xplorer, Euphoria or any that pricey. Would I if I could? Hell yes, theyre beautifull planes. Now if Mr. Naton wants to send me one of his used 3+ meter moldies that he doesnt fly much anymore then Christmas would truly come here. Already watched Pauls videos a few times and picked up some good tips. Going to have to stat collecting his whole series.
Jul 19, 2016, 05:33 AM
Speed is Key
Great job Paul, it is a fantastic tutorial!


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