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Name: iFLYrc
This is an abosolutely great web site for RC Modelers. I have my own site but it does not have nearly the extensive articles on building that your site has. I am building a Beechcraft Staggerwing from plans and your building tips will provide enormous help on wing construction.
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Name: Sunil
Good work I can see you have put in some good amount of work in your site CONGRATS Sunil indiarc.com
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Name: RB Clark
I just came across your website and I must say its one of the best R/C sites on the net. Thanks for sharing your skill with all of us that are new to the hobby. You are indeed a craftsman.
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Name: Ridwan Lesmana
"This is a great web site about RC Airplane that I know. I like RC Airplane very much when I saw a friend flew his plane many years ago. From then, I am trying to get a references on how to build an RC Airplane and this is the only web great site. If possible, please add about RC Mobile. Thanks."
Added: 2003-10-31 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  
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Name: Paul Ripley
"Your web page is excellent, my comment is in regard to fuel tanks, in a issue of Model Aviation (The Engine Shop) a reader wrote about a horribly corroded clunk in his fuel tank, I decided to rebuild one of my tanks, the inside of tank was black from the catalytic action beween the brass tubing, the clunk & the methanol which creates the rust inducing acetic acid, its stainless steel tubing for now on for this modeler. For anyone who is interested: Small parts inc. www.smallparts.com"
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Name: Tom Getz
"You are an awesome individual. Whatever it is that possesses you to take all this time to share your knowledge and insight with the rest of the world is almost saintly. Your scripts are interesting to read even for non-modelers. I love your \"cut to the chase\" dialogue and your humorous clips. I have a mental sound attached to your voice as I read. It is amusing yet serious. It deals with the facts yet strays at the appropriate times. It is wiley and gravelly like the \"old salt\" narrating a sea story to his grand kids. It is filled with all sorts of confidence yet recognizes it limits. Thank you for taking the time to be who you are....whomever that may be!!!! Respectfully, Tom"
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Name: Steve DeWitt
How do you come up with/plot your airfoils? The only question left to ask after that is do you spend more time on this awesome website or on the beautiful models!
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Name: Ed the Magnet Man
really great web site--well thought out and professional. Thank you for listing our magnets (Master Magnetics/Magnet Source. we also have the flexible material in different widths and lengths which is US made. thank you
Added: 2003-12-17 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  
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Name: RonG
"Absolutely the best site on the www for RC Modellers. Any complete instructions for silk and dope coverings? I noted your comments on the demise of bamboo as a material. I live in China now, and have started using bamboo, in place of balsa. I buy this in bulk from a flooring manufacturer, in the form of uncoated, 1x4x36 inch strips. The wood is milled (ie laminated) into these strips, so it is perfectly flat and square. I cut it to the size and shape needed. Bamboo is very much stronger than balsa, and harder (it is harder than oak), but only slightly heavier. So, the model comes out almost as light as balsa-built, but very much stronger. There are 2 issues for builders: (1) the bamboo is hardwood, so more effort needed for sanding; and (2) the added weight of glue for the milled laminations does add weight to the model. Overall, though, the results have been very good for the models I build (minimum 2 meter wingspan). Best of all, the bamboo is very cheap to buy. Bamboo flooring is now available in the USA, so perhaps some modelers may wish to experiment with this."
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Name: beto9
"Paul, I read your Web site every so often and always find an answer to my latest problem. Thank you for your efforts! I would like to bring a subject that lately has been a bit of a show stopper in my latest model building. The background: I am building a Goldberg Extra from the kit. My problem so far has been the canopy. More specifically, the building and attachment of it. The Extra calls for a canopy assembly that sits above the (middle positioned) wing. It has a base built with two long stringers of ply joined by a spreader at the back end and two half-moons close to the front, that use a dowel to fit in one of the walls. The base is very flimsy as designed so I added planking to make it more robust. I do not want to do a full cockpit inside so decided to make the canopy tinted and painted (in the inside) where it sits in the fuselage. I am not asking for instructions how to do it but just to mention that perhaps you may include and article in canopy setup. My major problems have been and are still: What paint to use that will not warp the canopy material and still be a good match to the covering (Monokote). I am considering Ultrakote. What glue to sue to fix the canopy to the base that will not smear the paint and will stick to the Monokete used to cover the base. I have tried several and it seems the best (so far) are Lepages # 7 or Silicone glue.... both dry clear. Any thoughts... Thank you for your input.... Albert Providenti"
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