Every year we run a members only indoor flying event at a local school. Its a very popular with the members. If you are new to the club and interested in having ago ( which is possible for all pilot skills) then below is a list of suppliers and components required. Going down the ARTF… Read More »
A few people have asked me about my small indoor rc model as they like the slow nature and long flight times I achieve with it. It fits in well flying along side models like the Vapor. The model is based on a freeflight model called the hanger rat seen below. Its is basically… Read More »
Last Sunday saw the first of the indoor flying for the new season. With a good turnout it was enjoyed by all. The next event will be on Sunday 19th just before the AGM on Wednesday 22nd November.
If anyone is interested in the next indoor events take a look at these ww1 models, they look great. ‘Microaces design and manufacture innovative model replica kits of historic aircraft that are of display quality BUT make exceptional flyers with the aid of micro radio control equipment.’ Source: Microaces – Making History!
Indoor flying will take place again and the following dates have been booked. Indoor Flying Dates: 22nd October 2017 19th November 2017 17th December 2017 21st January 2018 18th February 2018 18th March 2018 15th April 2018 The venue is to be the same as previously in St Barts school Sports hall from 1400 to 1700 hrs. cost will be £6 for… Read More »
When getting into the world of indoor rc models, receivers and servos come with many types of connectors and plugs. As I have found out the hard way; your servo does not fit the receiver you have just bought! So to help you understand; below is some explanations of the types of plugs used. When… Read More »
A few people have asked me about my small indoor rc model as they like the slow nature and long flight times I achieve with it. It fits in well flying along side models like the Vapor. The model is based on a freeflight model called the hanger rat seen below. Its is basically a… Read More »