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Posted by: secant0give
30-07-2015, 11:09 PM
Forum: General
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It's on again Pylon Racing at Pittown
Come along and have a fly and see what pylon is all about on Saturday afternoon Come and have a go at Racing on Sunday!!

New pilots are always welcome and there's plenty of other ways to get involved. like being a caller or doing some time keeping in the cage. or just cheering on the Lads from PRCAC

It's an entertaining day and there's allways some good flying to watch as well

Hope to see you there !!

Post up if you want more info or visit

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Posted by: BOB
17-07-2015, 01:08 PM
Forum: General
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Hi everybody. I’ve decided to start a post about my favourite control board open pilot the benefits of our members and also visitors.
OpenPilot is a next-generation Open Source UAV autopilot created by the OpenPilot Community (an all volunteer non-profit community).
The is 2 types of board the first one is CC3D has been around for a while. The second one is Revolution Revo for short it comes in two forms one is a normal sized board the second one called Nano is a micro version for small quad such as 250 size due to be released soon?.
Below are links to several website that may be helpful.

Kind regards, Bob.

Here is open pilot’s website.

this website will take you to several instructional video’s very helpful.

here is a couple of links to some Youtube videos
Revo Nano Auto takeoff - RTB land

OpenPilot Revo First Telemetry Test

Revo nano osd programing

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Posted by: fly_away
13-07-2015, 09:45 PM
Forum: General
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Just came across this from another forum which may be useful to us in future..

You can track the current system that is causing this Winter Wonderland. The near real time data and the amount of data that it processes is staggering! It does not yet zoom in to the level we need as rc pilots.

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Posted by: Servo
10-07-2015, 11:48 AM
Forum: For Sale
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I'm down sizing my workshop so have decided to sell.

I have an AL-320G lathe brought from Hare and Forbes about 5 years ago but have never turned it on. It sits on a wooded stand I built for it.

I'm keen to sell it so was looking at accepting less than half price.


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Posted by: fly_away
02-07-2015, 02:06 PM
Forum: General
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I cant seem to find the email for membership renewal. Can anyone please send me the link? Much Appreciated..

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Posted by: richierich85
27-06-2015, 10:27 PM
Forum: General
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Hi all, just want to introduce myself and let people know my stituation. So im a newbie when it comes to the world of rc helis and im looking to become experienced and meet others in this hobby to learn everything there is to know. Im looking to purchase a sab goblin soon just wondering if theres anyone out there that can advise me. Looking to come and visit the field some also.
Cheers richard

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Posted by: Flying fisho
23-06-2015, 06:37 PM
Forum: General
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Arrived 1.00am, up at 5.00. On bus at Kakadu after river cruise. Cant work out how to add photos on my phone.

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Posted by: robbo
09-06-2015, 10:17 AM
Forum: General
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Anyone been to this before, its a 3 day event, this weekend.

Has it been a good event in the past, ie number, variety and size of models??

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Posted by: secant0give
27-05-2015, 01:29 AM
Forum: General
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I just got my self a kit for one of these gizmos, It's taken a while but I finished it the other day and it seems to work nicely
I've been a CAD user at work for quite some time so I thought it might be fun to have a machine that can make some bits and pieces

Here's a look at a CAD model for a Rocket airframe I drew up a while back.

Smuzz Kindly gave me a few rocket engines last year and I thought I'd better build an airframe to try some of them out.

Here's the first attempt Hopefully it will fly OK

The printer at work making the tail end

The cad model

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Posted by: disoriented
23-05-2015, 06:58 PM
Forum: General
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I think there are strong parallels between that video and the world of RC flight Smile

For me personally, every major flying milestone so far has been a repeat of that same "I can't, I can't, I can't, I can't... oh wait, now I can" experience. Sometimes the transition to "I can" happened when I was demoralized and least expecting it.

Has anyone else experienced that same feeling?

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