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electric aircraft

  1. W

    10,000 ft arial UAV deployment

    Hi I'm designing a co-axial rotor UAV that's going to need to start flying from a free fall at 10,000 feet, fly back to where it was launched and land. I was considering using Arduplane because it uses four servos to control attitude. Is there a better flight controller should use?
  2. A

    Beginner 3D Robust Plane?

    Hey guys, I already have some experience with flying 3D planes but I am still a beginner. Does anyone have any recommendations for a good aerobatic but strong electric beginner 3D plane? I heard that the best beginner 3D planes are the EPP 3D planes because of their strength. I want something...
  3. Epic fly guy

    Anyone been using skis???

    Post pictures of your plane and its crafty, clever and awesome ski designs or just you plane on skis
  4. RedTwenty

    Red20RC - New Australian website for building, flying and crashing!

    G'day :D I couldn't think of anywhere else in the forum to put this so I put it here (as it is sort of a service - albeit a free one). We've just launched a new website for building, flying and crashing FT style models and other electrics and gliders. We're interested in sharing stories, wins...
  5. James

    RCexplorer custom made FPV Tricopter

    Here is my Tricopter based on the famous David Windestål AKA RC Explorer design. This build has been constructed with care and attention to detail. It is very stable and agile. The Tricopter folds up for easy storage/transport and helps to reduce damage in the event of a crash by absorbing...
  6. Ashveratu

    NEAT, Northeast Electric Aircraft Technology Fair in New York

    Hello, first time posting here. I have recently become interested in RC flight, found FliteTest and have been watching their youtube videos non-stop. I did a search on the forum and could not turn up anything about the NEAT fair which will take place next month. I am guessing not many people are...