August 14, 2020

This is a tale that probably plays out many times.  R/C model boats and in particular model yacht racing seems to be continually plagued by glitches of many sorts, and servo problems can be infuriatingly difficult to solve.  Most can be resolved once you understand the...

August 14, 2020

These notes cover much of the process used to build the hull of a small model tug (18 inches LOA).  The hull is formed from two layers of fibreglass.  I have built several model boats up to four feet long, using this technique (though with more layers).  The model airp...

August 14, 2020

Hello all ......... for those who have shown an interest in my skiff, here is a summary of where I am at the moment.

The hull is finished and the electronics are basically in place. I decided to raise the floorboards and locate the electronics under them. The winch (fro...

August 14, 2020

The weather has been very cooperative, if a bit hot, but we've had some good days at the pond.  This is a "bit of this and that" from our recent get togethers.  My thanks to Bob for providing several of the images in this blog.

Don brought his model of the Tirpitz...

August 5, 2020

We had nine members on hand to enjoy another great day of testing, talking, and having a good time. Bob had his new build, an East Coast lobster boat, out for her maiden voyage. She showed good scale speed and control. Peter put his fire-rescue boat, the W.L. MacKenzie...

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QMS attended a presentation on the 12th. of March, at Quinte Plastic Modelers at Eastminster United Church on Bridge St. E. in Belleville.  Guest lect...


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