In the last article, we looked at the basics and covered the learning process at a very high level. In the coming articles, I’ll look at some of the tips and tricks to help make sure that the learning experience is as pleasant as possible. In R/C, as with many other things, you never stop learning – it’s one of the fun parts of the hobby. Continue reading Learning To Fly: Part Two
Last weekend, HobbyKing was in attendance at AMA West Expo in Pomona California. The three-day HobbyKing sponsored event is one of the largest indoor and outdoor RC model and hobby events on the West Coast and thousands of RC hobbyists attend from all over the country. Continue reading Wrap Up: HobbyKing at AMA West Expo!
Over the weekend, Australian Rudi Browning competed in the FAI World Drone Racing Champion in Shenzhen, China. The Team Multistar pilot won the prestigious gold medal at the conclusion of the four-day competition. Continue reading Team Multistar’s Rudi Browning Champion at FAI World Drone Racing
Last Christmas, my family were kind enough to gift me an Anet A8 3D printer.
The Anet A8 comes flat packed in a large box and has to be assembled at home by yourself. It comes with all the tools and instruction CD, but you need lots of patience as the build can be tricky. (The hardest part though is understanding the instructions). Continue reading How to Create 3D Printed Wheels
When I first started flying RC I went through many motors. I’m sure that many of you would be familiar with this. Need more thrust = larger prop = larger amp draw = large amounts of smoke pouring out the front of the plane. Some may have given up but that wasn’t me. I still had more motors to burn out before I learnt what a thrust calculator is. More on that later. Continue reading How To: Rewind Brushless Motors
A few months ago I received a Nano-Tech Plus pack to test for HobbyKing, a 2200 4S Turnigy 70-150C Nano-Tech battery to be specific. I was looking forward to testing this pack to see how it compares to its predecessors and the current technology packs on the market. Continue reading Turnigy Nano-Tech Plus: Packed With Power
HolyBro may be one of those manufacturers that you think of when considering flight controllers, ESCs or FPV video transmitters but they also occasionally make quadcopters too. Back in Late 2016, HolyBro made their first ‘ready to fly’ quadcopter – the Shuriken X1. Continue reading Review: HolyBro Kopis 2 SE Quadcopter
This is the first in a series of articles aimed at those of you looking at all of these wonderful radio controller flying machines and fancy trying the hobby. Continue reading Part One: Learning to Fly!
As mentioned this week on HobbyKing News much of our content is centred around Mental Health Awareness, and how to cope with anxiety and depression. Previously, we explored how volunteering at your local community events can help reduce depression, read the full article here. Continue reading How Your RC Hobby Can Help With Anxiety and Depression
Yesterday, October 10, was World Mental Health Day and as we’ve previously emphasised the biggest step in raising awareness for mental illness is to start a conversation (read the full article here). So in order to do that, HobbyKing News wants to focus and dedicate much of its content this week to improve mental health, particularly within the RC community. Continue reading How Volunteering in Your RC Community Can Benefit your Health