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New Product: Hardnose electric front mount
« on: June 20, 2012, 07:23:48 AM »
Hi all:

I am now producing a new electric Front Mount plate that I have named the "Hardnose" mount.

I have prepared a release on this mount for the various modeling publications and I'll post that here now:

Robin’s View Productions, PO Box 68, Stockertown, PA 18083, is now offering the “Hardnose” Electric Front-Mount Plate. This mount plate is CNC machined from .093 thick G-10 material. G-10 is an extremely tough and crush-resistant epoxy/fiberglass laminate that is typically used for circuit board material. The plate has motor mount slots pre-cut that accept a wide variety of electric motors. For instance, everything from an E-Flite Power 15 to a Power 32 will easily fit onto this mount. The mount has air passages that allow cooling air to pass through the mount and on through the cooling slots in the typical outrunner electric motor. The plate is 2 ˝ x 3 inches, allowing the builder to easily custom fit the outer perimeter of the plate to a specific fuselage width and height. This mount can be used in new construction or in retrofitting a glow model to electric power. The mount plate is priced at $11.95, plus $3.00 First Class Mail postage and handling. Up to three mount plates can be mailed in one package at the $3.00 postage price. The mount was actually designed by Dean Pappas and Bob Hunt for CL Stunt use, but it is ideally suited to front mount RC applications as well. Bob Hunt, owner of Robin’s View Productions can custom trim the outer dimension of the mount plate to fit your particular fuselage, or you can do that yourself. Robin’s View Productions accepts Visa and MasterCard and welcomes phone orders. Their phone number is: 610-746-0106. You can also contact RVP by email: robinhunt @rcn.com.



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