It looks like this:I thought I paid through PayPal but have to find it. Don’t know the login link yet.
Frank Burke has some of the most amazing looking kits. I always want to get some of them, but I have no RC experience. I know it will end in complete disaster.BAM, good news in the hobby.
The Osiris-Rex talk was informative (though beset by tech difficulties)
LOC is developing new fancier small kits and investigating making larger versions
Cosmic vests is still around
Franke Burke has lots of kits to sell (and a neat Buran glider!)
NC has some new scale offerings (flavors range from average to expensive)
Estes has new kits coming to Hobby Lobby (a set of 8), an upcoming Orb Transport variant, future C5-0 and development of higher thrust motors!
Apogee has another feature to add to RS pro
ASP gave an overview of their Aerobee 150 and display options
IMPLS launch supplies is rolling out high power controller setups (1, 3, and 5 pad banks I think?) and what looks like a good TARC suitable rail pad.
Aerotech talked about their new Classic propellant Enerjets, G8 and G12 motor certifications, and 24mm White Lightning Q-jets! (with possibilities of black max and blue thunder variants if feasible!)
I have almost certainly left something out or misstated something, but no fear! The forum will be along to correct it shortly
I’m hip - I’ve stopped asking him if any of his stuff can be modded into non-R/C static fliers - he always says noFrank Burke has some of the most amazing looking kits. I always want to get some of them, but I have no RC experience. I know it will end in complete disaster.
I‘d be all over these kits if they were static (or if I could fly RC). If I had more free time, I’d try to learn. Maybe in 25 years when I retire.I’m hip - I’ve stopped asking him if any of his stuff can be modded into non-R/C static fliers - he always says no
No kids here thankfully. I heard that one a couple years ago (probably on facebook), and it popped up in a different thread here just in the last couple days. It was fresh in mindMy kindergartener just told me this joke last week with a different setup. Nice to know where you get your material from.