Flite Test is an entertainment company that is all about flight. We love to test, fly and sometimes even crash when things go wrong! We often talk about flying, building & repairing RC airplanes, setting up quadcopters, occasionally helicopters and anything else related to radio control flight. FliteTest After Hours is hosted by Chris and he often goes into the behind the scenes of the webshow, the radio control industry, and has very entertaining guests on the show.
209 Ben Harber's XB-70 Valkyrie!
In 2017, Ben Harber started an epic project to build a giant XB-70 in foam board. Here's a conversation about it.
We're all for making huge, hilariously large, ambitious airplane projects to push our personal boundaries and see what's possible. With a handful of tools and some basic materials, it's amazing what we can create. Ben Harber is no stranger to testing the limits of basic materials like foam board. His Flite Test-sponsored project in 2017-18 is evidence that with some grit and determination, the boundaries between dreams and reality can collide. Here's a podcast to talk about the ups and downs of Ben's journey.
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208 Landing Model Rockets! Ft. BPS.Space
This week on the Flite Test Podcast, James sits down with Joe Barnard from BPS.Space to talk about self-landing model rockets.
Joe Barnard has been making headlines as a self-taught engineer who is trying to recreate Space X technology in miniature. Even grabbing the attention of Elon Musk, he's really getting people excited about what's next for the hobby of model rockets. On this podcast, we talked to him about the value of backyard engineering.
If you want to get into model rockets, you can find out lots of helpful information on BPS.Space. Here's a link.
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207 Giant Scale Airliners! ft. RamyRC
This week on the FT Podcast, James is joined by RamyRC to talk about his gigantic RC airliner projects.
Ramy is known for ambitious radio control projects like his Boeing 777 X9 and 1/4th scale Viper Jet with all the gadgets and gizmos you could think of. A few weeks ago, we sat down over the internet to talk about these models along with why he builds big, challenges himself, and deals with the pressure of flying giant RC airplanes.
Find out more in the podcast article flitetest.com https://www.flitetest.com/articles/podcast-giant-scale-airliners-ft-ramyrc
Designing Airplanes with Nerdnic!
This week on the Flite Test Podcast, James sits down with Nic Lechner to discuss Nic's design process for his airplanes.
Joshua Orchard's Ultimate Scratch Builds!
This week on the Flite Test Podcast, new host James chats with Josh Orchard about crazy detailed RC airplane projects!
"Building is my passion" - it's that simple for Josh. The master builder behind multiple epic projects on the Flite Test Forum, we spoke to Josh about why he builds, how positively influences his life and the design challenges he has faced.
Check out Josh's Bugatti 100p model on the Forums here.
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204 Hobby to Career Ft. rctestflight
Today on the Flite Test Podcast, James is joined by YouTuber and long-term RC hacker and tinkerer Daniel Riley. Daniel is best known for his YouTube channel rctestflight. In the last year, he's turned his passions into a career with his work for FreeFly Systems and his LED company Stratus LEDs.
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Love the old podcast with Stephan, good energy and nice format. I’ve been listing to all the old episodes. However, The new podcaster, James, needs to work on his bad speaking habits. Although he has interesting content, All I can hear when I listen to him is: “Ummm, yeah. Annd... yeah.” Ending almost every sentence with “so... yeah.” It’s similar to hearing a California valley girl who can’t stop saying “so, like”