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our principal clients are defense and industry.
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For modelers at the top of their game,
centering is the only thing that counts.
Control-loops rely on potentiometers
and unquestionably the best pot money
can buy is this million-cycle Nobel 1Mc.
This genuine Japanese pot is at the
heart of our servos from quarter to micro.

Unlike servos using a plastic foundation,
ProModeler's 10-bolt porcupine case is
CNC-machined from a solid-billet of 6061-T6
aircraft aluminum. Lightweight and strong,
with cooling fins to efficiently shed heat better,
this structural member anchors both motor
and gear train with 10 o-ringed Allen-head bolts.
The porcupine is used throughout our lineup.

When your money doesn't grow on trees, the DL-series offers you a lot without torching your wallet. Considered standard size for their 40x20mm footprint, these range from $30 to $50 apiece. Rated from 90-360oz-in, it's hard to go wrong within your sport model, trainer, jet, or scale warbird. At home in UAS involving agricultural, right-of-way, and pipeline inspection, these servos are ideal for civilian hobbyists enjoying their aerial models for fun. Built to MIL-STDS, their long service life comes from using better parts. Parts like durable metal gears, aluminum cooling fins to better shed heat when working its hardest, and an iron core motor with the longest in-service design in history. This servo, an industry standard workhorse for good reason, reliably and precisely delivers you with hour after hour of solid service, confidence, and peace of mind. Includes top notch rubber mounting hardware, plus 4-horn and 6-horn 25-tooth mounting arms to get you started.

There comes a time when servos with BLS (brushless) motors make perfect sense - experience teaches you when.

10lbs of force, or 160oz-in, is enough to fly giant scale model - unheard of in mini-size servos - in coreless and BLS.

Photos tips for cell-phone cameras

Did you know the best camera in the world is the one you have with you? As it turns out, the cell phone camera takes superb pictures. This brief how-to shares you an insider's look at taking photos you'll be proud of using a phone.

Rip Van Winkle, on returning to RC

30 years is a long time in the world of technology, and RC has been no exception in advancing at a rapid pace. This brief article endeavors to help bring you up to speed regarding what you've missed!

How to guide a rocket using servos

You've heard of big boys and big toys when it comes to model airplanes and trucks, so are you surprised the same holds true with rockets? This is the story of a 3-servo rocket hitting +14-Gs and how-to do your own.

Extreme Flight 84in Turbo Bushmaster

Best servos for your Turbo Bushmaster? The answer can be tricky because we all have a different style and a lot of folks have strong opinions. Once you factor in price, performance, and build quality then you'll make the best decision for you *and* your budget. We show you how!

Arrma Mojave servo

Everybody as an opinion, but this how-to guide will set you straight on spending $50, $100, or $140 is right for your Arrma Mojave because the answer for what's the best servo is always . . . it depends!

On the batteries John prefers using

Is there such a thing as overspeccing servos? Or the other way around, underspeccing? If so, what do batteries have to do with any of this? As always, it depends!

When LiFePO4 is mistakenly charged as LiIon

Can you salvage a pack mistaken charged for a different chemistry? With 6 chemistries in common use, this happens more than you might think. We possible how-to techniques.

Modeltech Dragon Lady 60 servos

An oldie but goodie that still comes up for sale occasionally, the Dragon Lady 60 is a favorite with modelers for good reason and equipping it with the right servos fro you and your budget is easy.

Extreme Flight 69in Turbo Raven servos

What's the best servo? The answer to this can be tricky. Especially when so many have an opinion. We show you how to balance across the factors of price and performance to make the best decision for you and your budget.

Selecting the best servo to replace the JR DS8711

ProModeler vs JR DS8711

The venerable JR DS8711, released back in 2006, isn't just long in tooth, but superseded by several ProModeler servos. We help you pick the one best for you!

AJ Models 62in Acuity servos

So you bought yourself a 1st class competition capable pattern and IMAC model and now you need servos. But with so many on the market, how do you get the best servos for you? We show you how!

Hangar 9 60cc Pitts S-2B servos

What are the best servos for your Hangar 9 Pitts S-2B? Well, it depends on if you're a duffer, a smooth flying IMAC maven, or are into aggressive XA flight. We guide you in your decision.

Phoenix Models 30cc Strega servos

Spanning nearly 70" and powered by 30cc engines, the Phoenix Models Strega represents one of the greatest air racers of all times and selecting servos isn't necessarily easy. We show you a few alternatives!

TEKNO SCT 410 2.0 servo

Representing a giant leap in the 410 short course truck development, the 2.0 is a leap forward from the 410.3 . . . not just evolutionary but revolutionary!

Flex Innovations Mamba 120cc servos

Quique's design of the 120cc Mamba is a beast. Equipping it the right way can be tricky, so we help guide you into what you really need in the way of servos. How? By showing you a customer's approach to equipping his.