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Name: Serkan Gazel
"I\'m a beginner model plane builder. I was looking some useful information on the internet. Coincidentally I have found yours and I sticked on this homepage. All information has been gathered perfectly and links have been arranged so good that I never thought where I was. Anyway, as a result you did very well. Thank you."
Added: 2006-07-15 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  
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Name: mcdanman2003
"This site is incredible. I have enjoyed reading through all of your articles. I am new to the hobby, only being at it for 2 years and I appreciate the wealth of information. - Daniel McLalin"
Added: 2006-07-24 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  
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Name: mcdanman2003
"I have been reading the material on this website regularly since my first post. There is a lot of information here and it is all very useful. I keep finding more that I have missed the first time. Paul has done a great job, and I think this is the best informational site out there."
Added: 2006-08-09 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  
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Name: Harlequin
"After designing a couple of planes I realized that designing the linkages and finding ideal servo locations is time consuming. I go to the extend of measuring control horns, links, servos and draw them so I can see how the whole thing works before actually getting to build. I think that if I don\'t design detailed plans of the linkages I will be tripping on problems during building which can be more difficult to solve than on the drawing board. Being on the third design I already have some bits of hardware designed. So here is my tip for beginner designers like me: You\'ll find useful to make a pick and mix library of the hardware you have already used on your previous designs, no matter what software you are using (Corel Draw in my case). I am redesigning flap linkages to work on one servo only and found it very handy to have the hardware bits already designed as well as the servo. Some servo manufacturers provide detailed designs of their servos and that is a thing to look for if you are working on a project and you still don\'t have the servos. I don\'t find many detailed drawings of links and control horns on the Internet. When I buy them online I end up buying two or three different kinds of the same on the hope one will do the job I want. Just an Idea."
Added: 2006-08-13 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  
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Name: Tom
"Hi, My name is Tom Kessler and I am a web designer for many of the K-12 school systems in eastern Washington. I am a retired Air Force Photographer and a multimedia designer for video and web animation. I have recently gained an interest in electric RC model air craft and stumbled across your site. I had to stop for a minute and tell you what a nice job you have done on presenting a lot of information that I havenít been able to locate in one place before. I build many television props and training aids for our broadcast television department and after reading most everything on your site have decided to give model RC Aircraft a try. Thanks for taking the time to present this information in a logical well designed web site. Nice Job! Thomas W. Kessler Multimedia Designer Educational Service District 101 4202 S. Regal Street Spokane, WA 99223 http://www.esd101.net"
Added: 2006-08-31 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  
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Name: Humberto Borrego
"Thank you for allowing me to use your site. This site is the best I have seen. I fly rc and I am learning so much. again thank you. Regards, Humberto Borrego"
Added: 2006-08-31 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  
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Name: stef stick ......de wit
"hey paul, I especially liked your ply veneerd landinggear I\'ll certainly will give it a try on my next project, it will certainly match my vintage (saused...) planes..... I keep on loving wood to build with ,altough I also fly epoxy ducted fan jets.... (sorry..) but as a 46 years old lifetime modeller ,woodcarving evocates notalgic ,real modelling \"roots\" feelings happy landings.... stef \"stick\" de wit.... we all know that grav\"ity alwauys wins at the end ,but fighting\" weekendwars against her gives me my weekly adrenalineshot.........!!"
Added: 2006-09-03 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  
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Name: JAYOMN
"The aircraft that you all have built are truly amazing! I\'am a serious advocate rc airplanes,and my tells my that I should learn to build my own instead just buying arfs. What can do to help to me better learn the craft? Thanks for sharing knowledge in advance Jaymon."
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Name: Shantanu
"Great read and much learned, thanks for sharing :) Nice Job ..."
Added: 2006-10-18 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  
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Name: Dennis Drone
"Thank you for a premium website to top all other websites of its kind. As a full time professional pilot I see all kinds of certified and experimental aircraft. I would love to enter your contest but I am afraid that my design imagination does not exceed my building ability. Best of luck to those who have accepted your challenge. Like you, I am blessed to also travel and see the world."
Added: 2006-10-19 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  

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