Flying RC helicopter is really very exhilarating. Their versatility gives a RC pilot a complete access to the three-dimensional space in such a way that no other machines can! I have played RC helicopter for more than one year but still find that I have just learnt a few tricks that it can perform.

There are generally two micro-helicopters ( indoor ) in the RC market. I have already planned to buy one of them as they can fly inside the living room and even take off on ours hand. Unlike those operated by gas, these electric helicopters are very clean and give out no terrible noise at all. In one nightfall, I visited a web site, which is about how to make a hand made RC helicopter. I was totally impressed and started designing my own helicopter. Here is my helicopter:
The plan of the helicopter had finally been completed. It is not very well drew. The current plan available is only for the fixed pitch design.
If you are a fan of RC helicopters and would like to build your own then check out the site linked below. It details the steps that one guy took to build his own helicopter. No doubt, you need to have some good skills to create one of these indoor beauties and no doubt if you are not skilled then you best dish out 30 quid and buy one already made.
What makes these small helicopters great is that they are not petrol engine helicopters. They are indoor RC (Battery Power) helicopters. This means you can fly this around your living room and hopefully not break any of your mothers breakables.
Good luck building and do not hesitate to link to pics of your own creations should you decide to make your own.
Click this link for full step-by-step procedure to make your own helicopter.
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