Rc Heli Tools

A Main Hobbies’ RC Talk: Understanding, Calculating, and Adjusting RC Helicopter Head Speed

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Under Swash Plate Leveling Tool by Clearly Superior Products

Review of the USLT by Clearly Superior Products.

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WWW.RTF-HELI.COM – HOW TO USE A DIGITAL PITCH GAUGE (ALIGN AP800/TAROT AP90)

TUTORIAL SERIES – THE DIGITAL PITCH GAUGE IS A SIMPLE YET EFFECTIVE TOOL FOR CALIBRATING ANY COLLECTIVE PITCHED (CP) BLADE ON A FLYBARLESS OR NON-FLYBARLESS …

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R/C Water Cannon Helicopter from ThinkGeek

http://www.thinkgeek.com/f09b?cpg=yt -For Ages 8 and Up -Shoot your friends or cat from the safety of your own helicopter -Includes electronic water blaster …
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Flybar Lock Installation

How to attach the Flybar Lock to your helicopter and shop it when you might be completed
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Century UK RC Helicopter Toolkit

This is a minor video clip of a toolkit I acquired today from my local design shop. It is acquired all the miniature resources a single demands for fundamental helicopter fix. My favourite ‘feature’ is getting 2 2mm hex motorists for feathering shaft elimination… genius!

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Simple RC Heli tools.wmv

Simple set of resources that you’ll require when beginning to perform on RC Helicopters As always, these vids are for all members of all forums, and if you’d like to locate far more of my vids, see my channel or check out mckrackins.proboards.com
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RC helis, HBK2 and others- repair your plastic linkages in a fix..With test flight..

Ok, so I keep having small pieces of plastic snap on me, so I keep fixing them until they either no longer break or no longer contain enough of the original piece to continue considering it a ‘repair’ and not a ‘full fabrication’ :) I will show you some of my favorite stuff to fix things with from around the house to parts on your helis, hell the possibilities are endless. What you need- Polyurethane casting resin (I use Max CLR, cheap and effective- look up the specs online to see what it can do!) plastic cups rubber gloves cardboard or paper for work surface (This stuff is messy and it will never come out!) Mixing cup (disposable cups of various sizes work best, you will not be able to use your mixing cup again after this, so go cheap and disposable) something to mix with, plastic knife or similar spatula-like utensil. Flat works best to keep air bubbles out of the mixture. Tinfoil or some sort of release-paper/film Something that is broken Something to grind and sand with- dremel tool is recommended Patience Carbon fiber helps…is sometimes necessary to fix thin pieces of plastic to original strength. I had to use a sliver of scrap carbon fiber to fix this link, the urethane may have been strong enough on its own, had I not reassembled things too quickly and given her a test spool-up, which promptly undid all of the work you see in the vid, but in about 10 minutes I had another batch mixed and I did the same thing only this time to be safe I ground one side of the

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RC Heli Shaft Straightening

This tool will Straighten 450 size heli shaft.

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RC Helicopter Invention 3 – Schluter Development Film 1968 to 1970 – Ch3

…continued from chapter 2… Personal video from Mr. Dieter Schlüter’s personal archive, uploaded with his permission. Rare footage of the development of the radio control helicopter, showing the “Father of RC Helicopters” in his quest to invent the first mass produced model “Bell Huey Cobra”. Many of his inventions are design standards today, including: – stabilizer bar with paddles (control wings) – pod and boom design – belt driven tail – one piece hingeless centrifugal clutch – raising/lowering the swashplate for collective pitch For more detailed information, please visit Mr. Schlüter’s web page at: dieterschlueter.de or for an english translation try the Google translation tools: translate.google.ca Hope you enjoyed this bit of history as much as I did!

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