RCM&E - February 2018

Flying & Aviation, Lifestyle
Catering for all aspects of R/C flying, Radio Control Models and Electronics first appeared in May 1960 and is the biggest and best selling monthly model flying magazine in the United Kingdom with a large overseas readership. RCM&E has brought benchmark levels of writing and photography to the hobby and each issue has extensive reviews, informative features and opinionated columns from a number of well-known contributors. With every Print issue you'll find a high-quality free plan along with an accompanying build article. RCM&E publishes 13 great issues a year.

Free plan features – Mignon -Chris Reid's Foss-style sportster delivers minimal building and maximum flying. Sir Jasper -Shaun Garrity unearths a classic Arthur Searl design from 1970. And – Vectorcraft - Distinctly different is how you'd describe Max Zuijdendorp's new indoor racer. Enterprising Elvington -Alex Whittaker visits the show that gives Cosford a run for its money. Review - WOT Trainer V2 - The refreshed trainer from the Foss/Ripmax partnership has plenty of refinements. Subscribe... and grab a FREE Overlander Green Carribox. Review – Edge 540 V3 - Steve Sales makes acquaintance with a very pretty aerobat. Hardman Innovation
- Dave Roberts reports from the Lancashire film industry's far flung outpost. Review - F-18F -
FMS’ new 70mm electric fan jet. Wizard of Oz
- Brian Winch serves a reminder that model aircraft engines can bite. Review - DH Beaver
Josh Spiers flies one of the largest models to join FMS’ growing line up. Office Window -
Peter Miller reveals the simple jobs required to dress up a cockpit and create a windshield. 3D printers for beginners - Shaun Garrity is your guide.