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Be sure and join us Tuesday June 29th at 8:00pm Eastern Time for
The RCSCALEBUILDER LIVE! Show on Warbird Radio (
www.warbirdradio.com)!

  My guests on this Tuesday's episode is Jose Gutierrez, owner of Fliteskin Products (http://fliteskin.com/). 
Jose will be discussing his company, his products, and taking your questions and comments. 

As usual we will have our weekly DVD review, "Subject Seeking" segment, our "Weekly Trivia Question" and we'll catch you up on the latest news in R/C Scale! 




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To listen to this episode, click here.

Info from tonight's show:

Subject Seeking with Mitch Baker

Miles M.14 Magister

British 2-seat monoplane trainer. Built by Miles Aircraft. Known as the Maggie, the design was based on the Miles Hawk Major and Hawk Trainer. First flew in 37 and by start of WWII 700 were in service for training. In addition to being the first RAF aero plane to use magnesium alloy castings for stressed parts, it was also the first low-wing cantilever monoplane with full Air Ministry approval for acrobatic flying. Production continued until 41 with over 1200 built by Miles and another 100 licensed to Turkey. The low-wing monoplane with split flaps was ideal intro to the Spitfire and Hurricane. In 1940 up to 15 were outfitted to carry 11.3kg bombs. 16 are believed to be in existence today with several airworthy or being worked on to become airworthy.

30 Electric J.C. Wilkerson design
http://plans.rcmodell.hu

29 Mike Midkiff Aerographics rubber power
http://www.sussex-model-centre.co.uk
http://www.rockytopmodels.com

BMJR Dave Platt designed 33.5
http://www.bmjrmodels.com

83 kit Anglia Model Center Bowmans M.14
http://www.angliamodelcentre.com

RCM Plans 68
http://www.rcmplans.com

Kit Cutters Jim Pepino 67.5 77 and 96 Plans, kits
http://www.kitcutters.com

Dennis Bryant 68 from Bob Holman Plans
http://www.bhplans.com


DVD Review by Ron Berg
Beginning Powder Coaters Handbook
http://www.build-stuff.com/021book.htm

RECOMMENDED SITE OF THE WEEK
Aero Fred
Free three-view and CAD file drawings
http://plans.aerofred.com/




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