I recommend you to pay attention to the www site minimakety.cz. On this site you can find a lot of useful, interesting and inspiring things.
Besides this, I would like to recommend you to pay your attention also to the event schedule of small scale models for this summer. I am looking forward to meeting you at the happenings of small RC models held in Horna Streda near to Piestany in Slovakia (map) and in Teplice in the Czech Republic. For more detailed information about these events see the invitations.
Models with BL motors Gasparin G15 are presented here for your information and inspiration.
The micro BL motors G10 are a hot innovation. I am looking forward to the moment when it is possible to present your nice and interesting models driven by the G10 motors at this place.
The first model with the G10 Pico model is a small and very light aerobatic model
made by Martin Newell from the U.S.A.
The model has a span of 200 mm and its full weight with a LiPol 50mAh cell is 7 grams.
The model is controlled by Martin's own regular micro-receiver with a weight of 145 mg only.
Martin wrote about his model:
"I flew my new plane with the G10 Pico this morning. It flew better than I expected! The very low wing loading, large control surfaces, and high power to weight ratio makes it very quick to respond and very aerobatic. It is very well matched to the new motor. Now I need to improve my reaction times so that I can fly it properly!"
The Model was successfully presented by Martin at this year's NEAT meeting in September. Thank you very much, Martin!
This is an Ultra Micro version of the popular R/C Bug (www.lightflite.com) by Joseph
Malinchak from Pensylvania U.S.A.
"I just competed this new 9 inch span model that my friend Robert Guillot, and I designed around your Gasparin G10 Micro motor. The weight is 20 grams with the Full River 90 Li-poly cell. I test flew the model today, and I did loops, rolls, and inverted flight! The model flew beautifully. I used your Gasparin GDU 1.3 gram servos, and the MicroInvent receiver MINOR."
This is an Ultra Micro version of the semi scale RC model Curtiss P 40 Waehawk. It
is other model in Joseph Malinchak style..
Joe wrote about his model:
"This is my 4 channel 1/48 scale P-40 that I built to test the G10 Pico motor, and Martins 4 channel Hip Hop receiver. The model weighs 7.5 grams, and flies beautifully with the new motor! I flew it at the JR event last week, and everyone was amazed at the performance. Your motor, and Martins 200 mg receiver is the key to success. I used the Full River 60 Li-poly cell for maximum performance."
Thank you Joe!