Harrier build log

Thanks to Ian Mason (http://willowracing.blogspot.com) and Zhou (RGMCN) for this new model. It is always a pleasure to bring them to life.Getting a Harrier, the new model from Ian/Zhou, was an obvious choice after having so much fun with my E-Willow Sor last year. As with my other models, I do not compete (yet).So I

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Sakura D5 chassis wheel base

Modification on my D5S SPORT EDITION to get a millimetric configurable wheel base from 250mm to 262mm and fit “any” 1:10 body shell. I also took the optional top motor mount. The back motor mount is a bit too on the rear – i.e. you can’t have a z4 coupe body shell. Once you are

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Wally Tango build log – 1:25

This project aims to create a 1:25 Wally 100 Tango model: LOA=1219mm, beam=288mm After 13 months, the result: Design Shaping Hull Hull border Rudder and fin Servo plate Mast and boom Pulley and belt Deck fitting Bulb Hull paint Deck planking Sails Launching DESIGN Covid crisis and minimal ressources: a 28″ screen, openSCAD, some paper,

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Willow Sor build log

Willow Sor… and more precisely an E-Willow Sor. Straight forward build – nothing special except the electric conversion. The initial goal is reached: no lead added with the electric conversion so finally nearly no overweight compared to the non-electric model. This outrunner give me 90watt/lb which is pretty good and more than enough. redundant power

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E-Schwing Corsa build log

This build is using the e-schwing fuselage to simply make an electric version of the Schwing glider (a Schwing Corsa here), not a hotliner as this fuselage was primary designed for. Finished with a pretty nice result: auw: 2380kg – and it is a Corsa 2.75m 😉 – the original e-schwing 88 was 2600kg in

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Devuan / Debian cache with varnish

How to add a high performance devuan / debian / ubuntu / cpan repository cache (merged) with the security repo. Clean access paths: /devuan (merged devuan) /debian (debian) /debian-security (debian security) /ubuntu (ubuntu) /ubuntu-security (ubuntu security) /cpan (bonus) If none of these paths matches, varnish falls back to the local backend on port 8080. You

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