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Electron electric model plane,1949-50 rc, old time balsa model
Norman Rosenstock designed this in '49, plan in Flying Models 1950, I built an enlarged version for electric (3-channel) - still needs covering. Soon!
Views: 21468 horipet
Another old-school RC plane (glider)
This time it's Ron's turn to fly an old-school RC plane, a glider he put together from the bag of mis-matched wings and fuselages he bought recently. It flies okay too! But what was the bit that fell off?
Views: 58249 xjet
Old Time Stunt with the Viking Control Line Airplane
First time doing the Old Time Stunt pattern with the First time with the Viking. Old time Stunt requires that one used planes designed before 1953. Viking Kit from Brodak....http://brodak.com/viking-kit.html The pattern is different than the PAMPA Stunt pattern. Hoping to enter in an upcoming contest...... Whoooooo Buddy)))) Shug
Views: 29742 shugemery
Vintage Model Company Balsa Kits
The latest addition to the Hobbies balsa aircraft range
Views: 9740 Hobbies Ltd
1937 Ben Shereshaw Champion
Shereshaw 1937 Champion Oldtimer. Scratch built from original FF plans and converted to electric RC. Wingspan = 108" (9ft). Finished weight with battery = 8lbs
Views: 2005 Extra300L
How to enlarge and print 3 view scale plans for model aircraft.
Using Microsoft Office Publisher and any printer I demonstrate how you can scale up a 3 view drawing to any size you desire to build off. Ideal for the scratch semi or scale builder of RC model aircraft. Goto http://youtu.be/WtWtjY8vuxY to see my RC electric semi scale model aero plane of 1916 De Havilland DH-2. Goto https://youtu.be/5GmwJjam0lQ to see my RC electric semi scale model aero plane of Handley Page Heyford. Go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6wbWlwJGxu4 to see my RC electric semi scale model of a Spitfire. Go to https://youtu.be/ta507T8I5aE to see my RC electric semi scale model airplane of Boeing B29.
Views: 11060 Alexander Meek
First National Model Airplane Meet 1936 Chevrolet Leader News Newsreel Vol. 2 No. 4
more at http://scitech.quickfound.net 'Title Card: "Model Planes Show Speed At International Air Derby" over airstrip. Model airplane championship. Automobiles parked beside airstrip; people walking on runway. Crowd of boys and young men on grass with model airplanes. CU boy with model airplane; ECU boy's hand adjusting model airplane engine. CU, ECU boy spinning propeller of model airplane. Boy hurling model airplane into flight; VS airplane in flight against cloudless sky. VS crowd of (predominantly) men and boys, shielding eyes against sun, looking skyward. Airplane loses power and crashes. Girl tinkering with airplane; boys watch her spin propeller. Model airplane taking off from ground. CU Air Force man glancing at stopwatch and looking skyward. Model airplane makes perfect landing as crowd runs toward it. Automobile driving passed parked cars stops abruptly; young boy exits quickly and opens back door. Stack of boxes (seen through small car window. Man and boy remove fuselage and wing of model airplane from car and hurry to workbench (crowd observes); hand places completed model plane on scale (man with pencil records weight). CU hand squirting gas into airplane engine with medicine dropper. Man and boy start airplane; boy sets it in motion and it takes off. Boy standing on running board of rapidly moving car while pointing skyward; waves arm (as if to coax airplane to one direction); airlane lands smoothly; boy jumps from moving car and runs to it.' NEW VERSION with improved video & sound: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFooKNXh6xc Originally a public domain film from the Prelinger Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Academy_of_Model_Aeronautics Wikipedia license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ The Academy of Model Aeronautics, based in Muncie, Indiana, USA, is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of model aviation as a recognized sport as well as a recreational activity. It is the largest organization of its kind with a current membership of more than 140,000 members. Founded in 1936, the AMA is the official national body for model aviation in the United States. They sanction more than one thousand model competitions, and an increasing number of non-competitive Fly-in events for member aeromodelers... All AMA-chartered clubs require their flying members to purchase AMA memberships for said liability insurance. In order to be covered by their insurance, an AMA member does not need to fly at a chartered club's flying site, but members have to follow their guidelines. AMA's insurance coverage is in excess of one's homeowner's or other insurance. With the burgeoning interest in small park flyer aircraft which are often flown outside of regular club fields, the AMA now provides low-cost membership and coverage for park flyer enthusiasts. AMA organizes the annual National Aeromodeling Championships, the world's largest model airplane competition as well as providing press coverage of major meets across the country via their monthly publication, Model Aviation. Other publications include Park Pilot for those interested in park flyers or who are enrolled in the Academy's park pilot program; AMA Insider, an online newsletter; Sport Aviator, a no-cost e-zine for new model aviation enthusiasts regardless of membership and as of March 2010, AMA Today, a monthly e-newsletter sent via e-mail to members. Given the unique nature of model aviation insofar as it requires both airspace as well as frequency allocation for radio control, the AMA serves as a liaison with the Federal Aviation Administration... The AMA also works with both the Federal Communications Commission and the American Radio Relay League... As an associate member of the National Aeronautic Association, the AMA is recognized by the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale, the world governing body of all aviation activity... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Model_aircraft A Model aircraft is a small sized replica of an existing or imaginary aircraft. It may be flying or non-flying (static), and may be an accurate scale model of a full-size design. Flying models range from simple toy gliders made of card stock or foam polystyrene to powered scale models made from materials such as balsa wood or fibreglass. some can be very large, especially when used to research the flight properties of a proposed real design. Static models range from mass-produced toys in white metal or plastic to highly accurate and detailed models produced for display and requiring thousands of hours of work. Many models are available in kit form, typically made of injection-moulded polystyrene...
Views: 10589 Jeff Quitney
This 1930s German educational film, Part 2 of 2 (we could not locate Part 1 unfortunately!), shows how to construct an airplane model from balsa wood, paper and glue. After adjusting for the center of gravity with weights, the finished product is then test flown by two young boys off a hill. In the early 20th century this type of model building was commonplace. Scale models in the 1920s and 30s, and even into the 1960s, were often made from paper (normal or heavy), balsa wood or card stock. Commercial models were printed by publishers mainly based in Europe and the USA. From World War I through the 1950s, flying model airplanes were built from light weight bamboo or balsa wood and covered with tissue paper. This was a difficult, time consuming process that mirrored the actual construction of airplanes through the beginning of World War II. The Cleveland Model and Supply Corporation made the most complex, challenging kits, while Guillow's made simpler, relatively easy kits. We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example like: "01:00:12:00 -- President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD and 2k. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
Views: 28168 PeriscopeFilm
Flite Test | Balsa Building Basics
Josh and Peter go over some of the basics when getting started with balsa building. More details and links available here: http://flitetest.com/articles/balsa-building-basics Thanks for watching! Stay tuned for more Balsa build stuff and be sure to let us know what you'd like to see in future episodes!
Views: 233978 FliteTest
The World Models Pilatus PC-6 Porter 40 - KIT (Balsa Kit Building)
Code No.: A340KIT Wing Span: 64 in / 1625 mm Wing Area: 592 sq in / 38.2 sq dm Flying Weight: 5.5 lbs / 2500 g Fuselage Length: 45.5 in / 1155 mm Power System: 40 Size Glow or Electric Glow Power Requires: 4-channel radio w/5 standard servos, 2-stroke 0.40-0.46 engine Electric Power Requires: 4-channel radio w/ 4 standard servos, Outrunner Motor KM37490750 w/Radial Mount Adaptor HW2340300, 40A Brushless ESC, 4 cells 14.8V 3200mAh Lipo battery and charger. The Pilatus PC-6 Porter is a single-engined Short Take-Off and Landing (STOL) utility aircraft designed by Pilatus Aircraft of Switzerland. The reliability and versatility in all weather and terrain conditions have established the reputation of the PC-6 as a rugged utility aircraft. First flown in 1959, it remains in production for over 50 years. The World Models is trying to capture the characteristics of this legendary aircraft in both Kit and ARF version and present to RC flyers. Features: - Interlocking parts cut with laser precision. - Easiest building with perfect fit parts, takes shape without the need to work on top of drawings. - Complete hardware package included. - Optional package of covering, gas power and electric power available.
Views: 74550 RadarrcHK
Super Sinbad 93" Glider
A perfect day sloping a Sinbad RC Glider
Views: 52711 john woodfield
Taylorcraft 057  model airplane
Taylorcraft 057 from http://www.bhplans.com/RMPg3.html 65 grams without rubber, 75 grams with rubber. Designed by Earl Stahl 1942
Views: 2319 Vintage Balsa
Comet Pepper oldtime rubber RC - Building.
The Comet Pepper, from the Bob Holman short kit, click here to go directly to the flying part 7:51 - I even had some help with retrieval for the last flight! Balance was perfect without any nose or tail weight, which is always the goal to shoot for. I've flown it with both the Korda prop (1.3 p/d) and the Lanzo prop (1.1 p/d) and it climbs better with the Lanzo. After an earlier flight, I showed my 'helper' that I was reducing the wing incidence a little, which is the 'down in the wing' I refer to in the video, and it improved the climb. Here's a video of a nice flight by the Pepper on a sunnier day: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urK66XB6dGM Topics: - comparisons to the Comet Sparky, replacing a tapered spar, demonstration of safety pin freewheel stop. Some discussion of this build is here: http://www.hippocketaeronautics.com/hpa_forum/index.php?topic=5552.0
Views: 5783 domoremath
RC Flying early 1960s.mov
Here's some more vintage film of early 1960's RC flying taken by Joe Unger. This was an AMA sanctioned contest at Lodi, Wisconsin. In this film are some of the very first digital proportional radios and the first engine mufflers we saw in action. Most of the airplanes were flown with reed-based radios. The black and gold Goldberg Jr. Falcon was built by my Dad to teach me to fly. His white and gold pattern airplane is shown near the end of the video.
Views: 48770 Datsundoc64
Electric Control Line model aircraft.
This project wants to inspire people, to build a balsa wood airplane from a drawing. It gives all the instructions to build a ready to fly C/L electric model. Features: - Beginners model; with some help from age 12 on. - Simple construction with full size plans. - Common tools and easily obtainable materials. - A balsa wood mid-wing C/L airplane; wingspan 16". - Electric DC brush airplane motor; 6 to 9V, 5A, 37W. - Power over control lines. (2x6m. or 2x20Foot. long) - Control handle with on/off micro switch. - Line made from 0.6 mm copperwire, enamelled. - Sealed battery, min. 7.5AH, carried with you. - In- and outdoor useable. - Finally, cost about 40 $ excl. battery + charger; flying is free! Complete project with drawings and partslist on: http://www.instructables.com/id/Build-and-fly-a-CL-model-aircraft/
Views: 20428 Berto A
Old timer model aircraft flying - The Answer vintage model aircraft filmed in 1997
Vintage model aircraft The Answer. Built from a Cambrian kit in1997 and powered by a PAW 1cc diesel engine. R/C is Fleet on rudder and elevator . Covering is lightspan. Fuel tank custom made from brass sheet. This model was first seen in America around 1939 and later kitted by KeilKraft in England as the "Scorpian". My model was from the original plans and the kit made available by John Venti of Cambria Models. John has now departed I am sad to say and the company sold off. The Answer uses a Ritz wing as shown on the original plans. This is really an oven structure curved plate giving a very thin wing. The KeilKraft kit ( Scorpian) used a traditional built up wing. Scorpian plans are still available if you want a real builders project. Contact Ben Buckle. Span is about 45 inches. Everything in the model was British made but for two Hitech mini servos. No chance of that now. What have we come to ?
Views: 16573 Peter Robinson
Model Boat Building: 'Edinburgh Castle' Union-Castle Line Ship (1956) | British Pathé
Watch as Mr Bill Prior, a toolmaker, creates a model boat replica of the 'Edinburgh Castle', an armed merchant cruiser in World War I and an accommodation ship in World War II. For Archive Licensing Enquiries Visit: https://goo.gl/W4hZBv Explore Our Online Channel For FULL Documentaries, Fascinating Interviews & Classic Movies: https://goo.gl/7dVe8r #BritishPathé #History #Model #Boat #ModelBuilding #Building #WWI #WWII License This Film: (FILM ID:57.10) http://www.britishpathe.com/video/model-boat-building/ Subscribe to the British Pathé YT Channel: https://goo.gl/hV1nkf Windsor, Berkshire. Mr Bill Prior, a toolmaker, is a model boat builder. We see some of his large scale models of ships. Various shots of him planing wood in his garden with two models on display. C/Us of his tools and of Mr Prior concentrating on his work. A model of the ship Edinburgh Castle will take about 2 years to make. Mr Prior's model of the S.S. Coronia is shown - C/Us of various parts of the ship, a very intricate scale model. A model of the Queen Elizabeth is shown. Mr Prior often gives models away to raise money for charity. BRITISH PATHÉ'S STORY Before television, people came to movie theatres to watch the news. British Pathé was at the forefront of cinematic journalism, blending information with entertainment to popular effect. Over the course of a century, it documented everything from major armed conflicts and seismic political crises to the curious hobbies and eccentric lives of ordinary people. If it happened, British Pathé filmed it. Now considered to be the finest newsreel archive in the world, British Pathé is a treasure trove of 85,000 films unrivalled in their historical and cultural significance. British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
Views: 565928 British Pathé
Video 6: Building an electric RC plane from plans - Spars
Video 6 of the Millie Bob build - Cutting the spars, leading and trailing edges, and dry assembly of the wing. See Video 1 here - https://youtu.be/p6aLyVwkqAo See Video 2 here - https://youtu.be/ORbrF-aIA7s See Video 3 here - https://youtu.be/O_ocHhTaYQw See Video 4 here - https://youtu.be/si6NITV1yeQ See Video 5 here - https://youtu.be/2VAZDY8sO7M
Views: 11930 Conor O'Neill
History of RC Model Airplanes
History of radio remote control model airplane from the 1930s-1960s
Views: 170173 youmorb
homemade balsa wood p-38 lightning. HD
The P-38 Lighting a famous fighter plane in WW2. I am making this aircraft from scratch just my own drawn up plans and a lot of balsa wood, enjoy. please leave a rate and a comment.
Modelcraft Pacific Ace 30: a good beginner's free flight rubber power airplane
Get plans for your own here: https://outerzone.co.uk/plan_details.asp?ID=863 And kits are available here: http://www.belairkits.com/detail.asp?id=508 And the teeny tiny one: https://volareproducts.com/BUY/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=811
Views: 2921 joshuawfinn
Video 4: Transferring from plans to balsa wood.
Video 4 - starting with the wings.... How to transfer the design from the plans to balsa wood for the Millie Bob Electric RC plane. See Video 1 here - https://youtu.be/p6aLyVwkqAo See Video 2 here - https://youtu.be/ORbrF-aIA7s See Video 3 here - https://youtu.be/O_ocHhTaYQw (sorry for scratchy audio)
Views: 15284 Conor O'Neill
'Raven' by Scientific Model Airplane Co - oldtime rubber power RC
Here's a small (25" wingspan) oldtimer by Scientific Models that caught my eye. The end of the video shows three short test flights (I never realized I gasp when I launch, sorry about that!) It seems to be somewhat sensitive to very small adjustments, but I'm still working on it. Some pictures and discussion are here: http://www.hippocketaeronautics.com/hpa_forum/index.php?topic=19519.0 The kit is available here: http://www.pennvalleyhobbycenter.com/rubber/Scientific/3245raven.htm
Views: 9442 domoremath
Model Airplane Plans
Our site brings you the latest information on Model Airplane Plans . It's a brief and straightforward guide on new Model Airplane Plans and it's Free!
Views: 190 Model Airplane Kits
The Ultimate Paper Airplane | WIRED
Over the last decade, designer Luca Iaconi-Stewart has been building an incredibly detailed model of a Boeing 777, right down to the tiny seats and moving landing gear, using only paper folders and glue. Check out Luca's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/lucaiaconistewart Still haven’t subscribed to WIRED on YouTube? ►► http://wrd.cm/15fP7B7 ABOUT WIRED WIRED is where tomorrow is realized. Through thought-provoking stories and videos, WIRED explores the future of business, innovation, and culture. The Ultimate Paper Airplane | WIRED
Views: 4630163 WIRED
Covering Your Balsa Model With Tissue
Applying tissue to a balsa model.I used a Guillows Javelin to apply the tissue to. I used 3 different methods. 1. Elmer's Glue - a good option, it's clean and does not produce harmful odor's 2. A glue stick - this is the quickest way to cover since it dries really fast and still gives you time to adjust the tissue. 3. Eze Dope - This is just like the Elmer's glue but thinner. It's still a good option Please Visit www.myrccenter.com Where you can - Create your social work space - Invite your friends where you can - Create groups both public and private. - Promote your RC business - Share your YouTube videos, pictures and show case your projects Visit my Store www.my-rc-zone.com
Views: 103924 MyRCCenter
RC Airplane Balsa Headmaster Build & Complete WMV.wmv
Radio Control Airplane build. The late Ken Willard's design "Headmaster" scaled up from the "Schoolmaster 1/2A design in 1974 RCM magazine. A great flyer. With a simi symetrical airfoil and three channels, the Headmaster was flown by beginner and expert alike. It could take anything from a .09 to a .35 ci. nitro engine. This one has the optional ailerons installed and was built using old plans from the original kit by Top Flite models. Later the Headmaster was enlarged to a .40 version that was also kitted by Top Flite Models.
Views: 70592 gwheyduke
Video 1: Building an electric RC plane from plans
I plan on building this rc plane over the coming months. It's called Millie Bob and the plans came free with the May 2015 edition of RC Model World. The designer of the plane has a video of his first flight with it here: http://youtu.be/Db4Mt7QR7Vk
Views: 13947 Conor O'Neill
Electron rc electric aircraft 1949-50 Pt 2 old time vintage balsa model
Time to cover, and fit the wing and tail.
Views: 754 horipet
Building an Airplane Wing! Balsa Wood, For RC plane
A wing that I am building to test my calculations for the Aviation Design Project at UCF. Balsa wing with balsa skin, ready for monokote!
Views: 121177 Cliff's How To Channel
Supermarine Spitfire Balsa Kit Model - Timelapse
Timelapse of Supermarine Spitfire Balsa Kit Model build by Guillow's
Views: 17606 pekka jonsson
Astro Viking RC Oldtimer Maiden flight
Astro Viking RC Oldtimer Maiden flight 20 years after this plane was built it took to the air. Astro Flight were pioneers in electric RC aircraft. This "El-timer" was originally powered by a brushed motor and NiCd batteries. A modern brushless setup was installed and it shaved 400g off the starting weight, should provide twice the power and at least twice the flight time. The plane is a bit tail-heavy and the left half of the wing was quite warped which we did not notice before takeoff. The over 20 year old Hitec servos are very slow compared to the modern offerings. Aircraft: Astro Flight Viking Drivetrain: Multiplex PERMAX BL-O 2830-1100 motor, MULTIcont BL-20 SD ESC, 8"x 5 prop, 2200 mAh MPX LiPo. RC gear: Spektrum DX6i, LemonRC 6ch DSM2, HiTec 20 year old servos Camera: Mobius Guitar: Epiphone J200 into iPhone
Views: 7818 Kristoffer Rydquist
Old Timer model airplane: Skylark
..a little know '50 fledgling. Free flight model airplane converted to R/C adhering original plans and measures..the result is a cool little model for hours of relaxed flights.. If you want to know about it can click on this link : http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1311294
Views: 701 truemanbox
Ben Buckle Vintage Sunday with the RC Model Geeks
Vintage Sunday with the RC Model Geeks flying vintage Ben Buckle Junior 60's and a Majestic Major. These models date back to the 1950's and the kits were produced by Keil Kraft and Ben Buckle for I.C. engines. Today these are being converted to run on brushless motors and Li-Po batteries.
Views: 8780 RC Model Geeks
Building a (balsa model) Spitfire
How I spent my Thanksgiving vacation: Reliving my youth by building a Guillows Balsa wood model of a Supermarine Spitfire. It was a lot more sanding and cutting and trimming than I remembered. Still pretty fun. Filmed entirely with a GoPro Hero2 on ten-second time lapse, 5mp image, Medium angle. Edited with Windows Movie Maker at 0.07 seconds per frame. Sixty times faster than real life. Enjoy!
Views: 8147 BoulderGMan
Video 2: Building an electric RC plane from plans - Balsa
Video 2 gives a description of the materials I will be using to make the Millie Bob Electric RC plane. See Video 1 here - https://youtu.be/p6aLyVwkqAo
Views: 15828 Conor O'Neill
Balsa plane old style s
My original rubber powered free fright airplane.
Views: 504 ikuya yabuuchi
Korda Victory oldtime rubber RC - Building
Here's the Korda Victory built from an Easy Built Models kit, 32" wing span. At the end are some trimming flights with an 11" balsa prop, click here: 7:21. At the beginning of the video, I express some concern about the smaller wing area, and I think the test flights so far confirm that - it flies faster and is not as stable as others; I think the extra weight of the equipment (10-12 grams) is more of an issue for the smaller area.
Views: 6285 domoremath
Get your model airplane back! Dethermalizers for free flight airplanes
A commentary on various recovery methods (dethermalizers) for rubber powered model airplanes, but scale and endurance. Find dethermalizer fuse, lighters, and viscous fluid timers at volareproducts.com. Clockwork timers available at texastimers.com. Electronics timers are available from Stevens Aero.
Views: 8994 joshuawfinn
Skipper old timer
Skipper old timer (48") from year 1939, drawn by J. Rotkowitz is flying at Seutula model airplane field in Finland in April 2015. Video by J.Kokko.
Views: 83 Jari Vehmaa
Presented by Plymouth Motor Company, this film shows the 2nd Annual Model Airplane Contest. Presented by Plymouth Motors and sanctioned by the Academy of Model Aeronautics, this historic film "Adventures in Imagination" shows the run-up to the 2nd Annual international Model Airplane Contest in Detroit Michigan in 1948, and the event itself. In 1947, Plymouth Motors sponsored the first such contest, which lasted four days and garnered national attention. It was so successful that the second event in 1948 was sponsored by Plymouth dealers across the United States, who sent hundreds of children to the contest. Many events were held all across the country to bring in participants for the national event, including one shown in Philadelphia. Detroit is shown at the 5:30 mark, with pre-flight preparations underway for the contest. Many of the events occurred at Newport Field. We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example like: "01:00:12:00 -- President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD and 2k. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
Views: 25219 PeriscopeFilm
Vintage model aircraft at Pontefract 2016
Views: 6027 TheKodakman
Berkeley Buccaneer C Special Old-Timer RC Plane Air to Air Video- Vintage R/C Plane
Using my Hobbyking Bixler 2 with GoPro Hero 3 Black edition to take some air to air video via FPV at the Hilliard Model Airplane Club located in Hilliard, Ohio. This plane was built over 40 years ago and was recently it was returned to a airworthy state by another club member. The plane has about a 70 inch wingspan and is powered by a O.S. 40 4 Stroke Engine.
Views: 9477 Matthew Prachar
My original design RC glider classic balsa wood 2.25 meters
This time I was flying my Joyvel Alfa Trainer, an original design airplane from scratch, I went to a place where I used to fly most of the time all of my gliders, soaring style, without any motor.
Views: 6046 Create & Invent
Dallaire Sportster Old Time Model from 1937 Maiden Flight 1
This is a model of the Dallaire Sportster designed in 1937. This kind of model is often referred to as an "Old Timer". Since it was originally designed to fly by itself as a "free flight", it is very stable and easy to control. This model has a 52" wing span, 341 sq in wing area and weighs about 16 oz. It is covered in clear Doculam, with tissue paper glued on the top. A Canadian company, Spirit of Yesterday, produced kits for this model. Presently, a kit can be obtained from Brodak models.
Views: 1166 John Michael
stearman c3b rc plane flyline models
This video is about stearman c3b rc plane built from flyline model plans
Views: 699 sidewinder rc
RC Model airplane colection for sale.wmv
FEEL FREE TO MAKE OFFER SOLD 7-5-10 2 THERMAL-G RACERS still remaning: 6 Planes finished and flown. 3 planes kits unfinished. 10 engines 4 complete radios and one flight pack Complete field equipment Building table 20 rolls covering bulk balsa wood misc. hardware
Views: 16196 raceerx2
Herr Manufacturing Piper Cub Review and build
Herr Manufacturing Piper J3 cub build and Review By James Packwood www.myrccenter.com www.my-rc-zone.com This model is geared for the intermediate to advanced builder. If you’re just starting out building a balsa model then I would suggest one of the Guillows kits to cut your teeth on. If you’re looking to move up to a more intricate build then this is the model for you. I would make sure you read the instructions thru a couple of times before starting so that you have a good grasp of the build. The model will take some time to assemble so be prepared for at least a couple of weekends and a few weekdays to put it together. Pros • The cub is designed to have minimal weight. • All the parts assembled nicely. • The parts are all laser cut so they were easy to remove from boards. • Plenty on tissue provided in the kit Cons • Instruction were a little hard to read. • Parts are not numbered so you will need number them yourself from the directions. • The trailing edge for the rudder and elevator need special attention so please review the video on how to do that. All in all it was fun. So if you love to build. Then this would be a nice kit for you. If you’re into ARF’s then I would pass this up, unless you are ready for a good challenge. Happy Building
Views: 43260 MyRCCenter
Video 5: Building an electric RC plane from plans - Ribs
Video 5 - Cutting and shaping the wing ribs See Video 1 here - https://youtu.be/p6aLyVwkqAo See Video 2 here - https://youtu.be/ORbrF-aIA7s See Video 3 here - https://youtu.be/O_ocHhTaYQw See Video 4 here - https://youtu.be/si6NITV1yeQ
Views: 25564 Conor O'Neill