Flightline Hobby will reopen on June 10!
Temporary Restart Hours:
Tuesday through Sunday Noon to 5:00 pm. Closed Mondays.
During the restart, the number of customers allowed in the store will be limited.
Thank you for your patience.
Our electric seminar is a perennial favorite. For anyone that missed it or would like to refresh their memory, the slides used can be downloaded below.
the F-106 in 15 + mph winds and she did surprisingly well. I have always liked the “Delta” shaped wings and have had a lot of fun flying mine. I would suggest the Delta Dart for a modeler that has flown a fair amount and built a few planes before. This is not the best first plane, building wise you could pull it off but flight skill wise you should be an intermediate flyer. She is pretty fast and rolls very well. You will need a radio that has deltamixing for the Elevons.
Wing Span –19″
Wing Area –180 Sq. In
Weight 6.5to 8 Ounces (Typical prototype 7 oz.)
Typical Equipment used on prototypes:
1806 2300 kV Outrunner
Prop 5 – 6” range (Gem Fan 3 blade 5×4 on prototype)
15-20 amp brushless ESC
3s 450 Mah Lipo
Servos – (2) Any 9 gram 1 – 5 gram for rudder
A small light 4 channels plus receiver is required.
Some unique features are:
- Tough 6mm MAF Foam Construction. Carbon fiber reinforced wing.
- Tab and notch construction, self-aligning quick building.
- 1/32” Plywood nose reinforcement.
- Quick build, I can build one in one hour.
Foam Tac glue was used in the prototypes.
This item is new in the pack, an un-built kit you need to build, NO electronics the kit and hardware, laser cut plywood is included with a well detail instruction book. The instruction book features cool 3d renderings of the model. The first batch of builders commented they thought we had really nice instructions.
On August 9th we had our annual judging and 1st flying event for our annual Wing-It design contest. As you all know, 2020 has been a strange one. Normally we meet in April but the church venue was cancelled so we could not meet there for the static judging. Skymasters President Pete was kind enough to let us use the field with some safe rules for our static judging part of the contest.. This allowed the judging at 1:00 and then the flying contest at 3:00. We had 9 contestants, not bad. Static scores were:
1st Ted Labbe Canard “You Can-ard” Ted also won the peoples choice.
2nd Tie John & Glenn, we felt since we run the event we would nod our prize onward
2nd Barney Bauer
3rd Scott Taylor
The flying weather was perfect. There was some attrition early but most did fine. The flying was based on:
Duration from 15 second climb
3 – carrier landings (3 50′ boxes)
Speed run/bomb drop. “Mach drop” I call it. You enter a 600′ gate full power, drop your bomb as you go buy, go downfield and make a 180 degree turn away from the crowd and exit back out giving you a flight time. Flight Contest overall scores:
1st John Hoover
2nd Jim Satawa
3rd Scott Taylor
The next flying event will be held at PMAC field September 20th at 3:00. This i
s a flying event. Hope to see you there!