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Articles from Geena

  1. Custom Charge Case Build

    For four years, I have been using a Dynamite Ultra Duo battery charger to keep my machines flying. The Dynamite charger has been a wonderful piece of equipment, but it recently gave up and needed to be replaced.

    Instead of buying another Ultra Duo, I decided to get with the program, and build a real charging case. The project started with a Plano brand handgun case from Walmart, which is very similar to the more expensive pelican cases. They are high quality cases and I use them for...
  2. Too Much Thread Locker?

    Too Much Loctite?

    We have all done it from time-to-time. Put too much thread locker on a screw during a build, or repair. Helicopter, car/truck, boat...it`s a real pain to remove a screw that has been overly thread locked.

    You either wind up stripping the head or breaking the screw off in the part...or both. Here is a simple, safe and easy way to get them to cooperate. Heat up your soldering iron and hold the tip to the head of the screw for about 30-45 seconds. This should re-liquify the...
  3. Sorting Screws When Building You Helicopter

    Hey guys. This little tip can work for not only helicopters, but for planes, trucks and cars too. I used to just pour all of the screw out on my work bench, in piles according to size and type.

    This proved to be a bad idea, because they would get mixed up, knocked off the bench, or scattered all over the table.

    My husband actually came up with a cool idea, that keeps them all sorted by size and type...and also cleans them at the same time.

    All you need are a couple of cheap ice cube...