One of the most challenging and admired maneuvers in all of aerobatics is the rolling circle.

Learning to cover a model is a skill that anyone can learn. The results can be very rewarding, giving your model that custom look that will set it apart at the flying field. This article includes information on the general covering process, using a heat gun, techniques for covering various parts of the model, finishing touches and additional resources.

In this Hobby Express video, Mike Hines demonstrates how to cover a model airplane wing.

When trimming one's airplane, it is extremely important to correctly set up the right thrust, so it will be ready for takeoff. The attitude adjustment is also a factor that is important for takeoff. This article explains several problems that can arise when trimming your plane, as well as solutions to help your plane fly safely.

You can learn a lot from watching what happens at the flying field on a Sunday afternoon and even more from the beginners. You learn what the basic flying skills really are and, most importantly, you see the beginners struggling with their trainers’ shortcomings.

Learning to cover a model is a skill that anyone can learn. The results can be very rewarding, giving your model that custom look that will set it apart at the flying field. This article includes information on the general covering process, using a heat gun, techniques for covering various parts of the model, finishing touches and additional resources.

Recovering a model doesn’t always involve a crash. Wear, tear and time can be stimulations for recovering an airplane. Or maybe you just want to give your model a custom look. This article contains information on project tools and supplies, removing the old covering and preparing the surface, creating a covering plan and selecting the appropriate covering material, and making a cutting plan.

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