The new 2013 BMFA Free-Flight Forum Report has just been published. It’s the 29th year that these Reports have been produced and this one is packed with useful information on new developments in a wide range of free-flight activities, as the following contents list shows.
John O’Donnell, an Appreciation, by Andy Crisp;
A Knotty Problem (Rubber Winding), by Peter Hall;
Stability of Scale Indoor Free Flight Models, by Andy Sephton;
The Role of Radio Transmissions in Free Flight, by Stuart Darmon;
A Propeller Copying Mill, by Peter Brown;
Model Aircraft Technology with an Emphasis on F1B, by Neil Cliff;
Catapult Launched Glider Technology, by Phil Ball;
Electric Bikes for Free Flight Model Retrieval, by Brian Baines;
Wrestling with a Slippery One (LDA Airfoils), by Chris Edge;
Free Flight in Britain – What’s the Future? by Phil Ball;
F1A Development and Contest Success, by Stuart Darmon;
Indoor Model Steering for Dummies, by Mark Benns;
Around (Model Aircraft) Construction in 80 Seconds, by Neil Cliff.
In addition there are plans and articles on six of the most successful free-flight models of 2012.
The UK price is £12.00 including postage; to Europe it’s £14 and everywhere else £16. Sales of the Forum Reports help to defray the heavy expenses of those representing Great Britain at World and European Free-Flight Championships.
Cheques should be payable to ‘BMFA F/F Team Support Fund’ in pounds sterling, drawn on a bank with a UK branch; you may also order by credit card, which is a lot easier (and cheaper).
Copies are available from : Martin Dilly
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