Posts with tag "rc"

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Car chase with Quad

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My RC Metal 1/10 semi-replica of the SU-102 (dedicated to WoT fans...)

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Here is my RC semi-replica of a Soviet self-propelled gun. Metal only. This is an almost completely kitchen-table product, as I used a minimal amount of equipment and tools as I built it. I didn’t face any difficulties casting the aluminum mantlet, and I wrote articles on that earlier:
Casting aluminum parts at home is easy! A muffle furnace and equipment.+0
Dec 18, 2015, 5:22:32 PM | Konstantin Morozov Ufa
Article http://www.rcfair.com/blogs/view_entry/12989/

Casting aluminum parts is easier than you think!+2
Dec 28, 2015, 1:04:51 PM | Oleg Trapeznikov Polyarnye Zori
Article http://www.rcfair.com/blogs/view_entry/13050/

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To novices

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I address this post to RC newbies. The post will be supplemented and edited from time to time.

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Airbus a319 made from ceiling tiles

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My two-dollar Arduino Nano RC key.

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Hello, everybody! I’m here to present my own RC key, which I connect to the receiver, so that I can control heavy load. I saw different versions on tiny13 and atmega328, and I realized that a Tiny13 would be too low on memory and it could put me through a lot of nickeling and diming; an Atmega328 would cost me almost as much as an Arduino Nano. I also wanted a simple and familiar Arduino IDE, so I’d be able to quickly reflash it via USB.

I decided to make it open source and give other users an opportunity to build and modify it to suit their needs. I chose a two-dollar Arduino Nano microcontroller, the smallest one.

This is how it works:

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Hand-made RC Sports Racer Boat)

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A long while ago, I and my father used to build small simple sailboats driven by battery-powered motors, etc.



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My Big Foam Yak-52

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Dear friends, hello again!
I'm continuing my big and light-weight foam RC aircraft column, so here are the stages of building the legendary Yak-52. I'm not claiming perfection, this one is going to be a semi-replica.

Let's go.
Wingspan: 2m
Material: laminate flooring underlay
Propeller: TGS Sport 17x10E Precision
Motor: HobbyKing Donkey ST4010-820kv
Speed controller: Turnigy Plush 60А с BEC 3A Brushless
Servo: HXT900 (9g)

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My little rubber-band-powered 0.8 g straw plane

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Hello, dear hobbyists! It’s quite a while since I went in for RC aircraft modeling, and it was then that I came across a video. It all but knocked me off my chair: it showed little planes hovering for about 10 minutes. I thought those were some extremely sophisticated RC aircraft. After digging a bit of info, I realized that those were rubber-band balsa planes and I wouldn’t make one, so I exited the page. Well, I’ve been in it for 2 years, so I have come across the vid again. It is summer, so I don’t need to go to school and have plenty of time. I read some forums and, to my great frustration, I realized that I was too broke to buy balsa (I do have a little cash, but I need to buy equipment for my RC Cessna). My great thanks to Vyacheslav Tchabanenko for a decent piece of advice! Straw is a material that paves my way. We have bluegrass growing in our yard: just go and take as much as you can hande! Then I found a simple drawing and built the aircraft. And now let me tell you how Ito build a decent piece without a penny in the wallet. Here are the specifications:
Weight: 0,8 g
Wingspan: 160 mm
Length of the fuselage: 130 mm
Duration of flight: 30 sec


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