AeroModeller issue 008 (926) March/April 2014 (Published February 20th)
Heard at the Hangar Doors
Editorial and News from across the Globe
Readers letters by post and email.
Up and Coming
Calendar of Events for the next months, and news on flying FF at Salisbury Plain.
Off the Shelf
A look at new and innovative products.
Free Flight Retrieval
Martin Dilly guides you through steps that can ensure you see your model again.
Single Channel â€“ Yesterday and Today
Why the resurgence in Single Channel flying? Shaun Garrity explains the allure.
Try it Day
One clubâ€™s hands-on introduction to Control Line Flying, by Chris Coote.
Mike North explains his methods for taking moulds from a successful Team Race or Speed CL Master propeller.
Mike Evatt guides you to the best sites for aeromodellers.
Engines Old and New â€“ ENYA 36-4C Diesel
A review by Dick Roberts of that rarest of beasts, the 4 stroke diesel.
Revisiting an Old Flapper
Mike Evatt looks back at his early attempts with a flapped airfoil F1B model in the light of modern developments.
An introduction to â€˜Sparkiesâ€™ by Peter Scott.
Vertex â€“ Free Plan
A fun all-sheet FF rubber powered helicopter, by Gareth Evans.
Bill Dennis looks at rigging for biplanes and takes us through his scale projects for the coming season.
The Arne Hende Story â€“ Part 1
John Goodall, a good friend of Arneâ€™s, looks back at the life and engines produced by this charismatic man.
Glide Stability and Stalling
Michael J Woodhouse gives his considered views on stall prevention.
Dave Day Interview
This long term multi-disciplined aeromodeller tells it as he sees it to Chris Ottewell.
Review of the Valentine DIVA 0.1cc sub-miniature diesel, by Maris Dislers.
David Beales and Martin Dilly report on competitions for the AeroModeller trophy and Flitehook Team trophy.
A Masterclass by John Oâ€™Donnell on how to approach competition flying, whatever class you choose.
For Old Times Sake
Don Howieâ€™s Vintage perspective from Oz.
The gruelling 1000 lap CL Team Race event. Report by Mike Parry.
Tail End Charlie
The thoughts of Chris Ottewell.