September 7th, 2013 at 8:45 am
A lot of you have been asking about 3-D printing and I promised you I had some articles coming up. The articles will be in the October Issue of Model Aviation Magazine. If you are not yet an AMA Member and do not receive Model Aviation Magazine you can read the web edition of the article.
Click Here: 3-D Printing for Aeromodeling
Sidebar: 3D FigureWorks at the Toledo R/C Expo
Sidebar: History of 3-D Printing
Of course if you want to dive deep into 3-D printing, I suggest you find your local Makerspace, Hackerspace, or Fab Lab. If you are in New Jersey come check us out at FUBAR LABS in Highland Park, NJ.
April 13th, 2013 at 9:35 pm
Picked this RC Spaceship up from sg-ideas.com while I was out at the Toledo Weak Signals RC Show. They actually were not selling it at the show, but I would not let them leave until they sold it to me. You can get the plans from sg-ideas and all the components needed to build your own. They have many other designs as well.
I do not know about you, but it almost looks like an Imperial Star Destroyer that was in those Star Wars movies. NAAH! No way, looks can be deceiving This is not a Radio Control Star Wars Imperial Star Destryor, it is just a Radio Control Sci-Fi Spaceship that almost looks like one.
January 4th, 2013 at 10:13 pm
Happy New Year Everyone! R2-D2 is coming alonf and I have made lots of progress as I come up to year into the R2 build. It could be faster but I am happy with how the R2 is moving along. For years I lurked on Astromech.net and the R2 Builders Club on Yahoo groups but in January 2012 I began ordering parts. My first construction began in February 2012. Its now 2013 and R2-D2 is staring to look like himself.
Here is the current state of R2-D2:
1 Year Anniversary of R2-D2 Build
November 30th, 2012 at 3:58 pm
Woo Hoo! My latest article hit the newsstand and the digital newsstand. Check out Model Aviation Magazine – Rise of the Multicopter. The print article is focused on Multicopter Definition and Flight Theory and the iPad/Android edition goes deeper in to the
history of the Multicopter.
Rise of The Multicopter - By Paul Gentile