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The Scale Builder's Workshop Video How to -- August 2005 The Scale Builder's Workshop Video How to -- August 2005
By Jim Young
This month, Jim Young walks you through the process of vacuum bagging a foam core wing.

(Added: Aug 31, 2005, Hits: 34820, Comments: 27, Rating: 5.0)
The Scale Builder's Workshop Video Tips -- October 2005 The Scale Builder's Workshop Video Tips -- October 2005
By Jim Young
This month, Jim Young shows how to laminate curved shapes for light structures, and has a quick tip on triangle stock.

(Added: Aug 19, 2005, Hits: 9007, Comments: 5, Rating: n/a)
A Controlling Interest -- August 2005 A Controlling Interest -- August 2005
By Bernard Cawley
Bernard provides an update on lithium-aware controllers -- originally covered 2 years ago -- focusing on the FMA-Direct "Super series" of brushed motor controllers, including their currently-unique user-settable LVC.

(Added: Aug 13, 2005, Hits: 7484, Comments: 1, Rating: n/a)
Great Planes Distributed Hobbico Frequency Checker Great Planes Distributed Hobbico Frequency Checker
By Adam Till
Adam Till explores this exciting new, low cost simple-to-use plane saver! (8/10/05 Editor's note: link problem repaired, I apologize!)

(Added: Aug 09, 2005, Hits: 4059, Comments: 0, Rating: n/a)
The 2005 Mid-Am Fun Flies Event Report The 2005 Mid-Am Fun Flies Event Report
By Chris True
The 2005 Mid-Am fun flies are going stronger than ever! Ken Myers and Keith Shaw put on yet another year of world-class electric flying.

(Added: Aug 08, 2005, Hits: 14020, Comments: 3, Rating: n/a)
SEFF 2005 -- THE Electric Event of the Year! -- Event Coverage SEFF 2005 -- THE Electric Event of the Year! -- Event Coverage
By Nick King
Well folks, Electrics are coming of age and SEFF 2005 showed this in a huge way. The technological advances in the past five years were stunning in both motor and brushless technology and what the pilots can now do with planes are incredible. SEFF 2005 was one of the premier events in the United States and, despite the weather, Jeff and his crew did an excellent job making sure the demonstrations were exciting and the event ran smoothly. Over two hundred pilots were registered -- despite the high winds that plagued the event on Friday through Sunday -- many pilots still flew their models.

(Added: Aug 07, 2005, Hits: 11028, Comments: 1, Rating: n/a)