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Putting decorations onto a drone?

So long as your additions are very lightweight compared to the drone - like stickers or paint - this should not have a significant effect the balance of your drone. However, you want to make sure that ...
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30 year old water-slide decals. Are they still usable?

Posting a self-answer to tell you how I fared. (Yes, it was a year ago... Took me a while to get around to this. Life got in the way.) I had 8 old model-kits to put together. 4 of those were still ...
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30 year old water-slide decals. Are they still usable?

It's probably safe to assume that they will no longer work. This source source suggests that water-slide decals have shelf life of about 3 years. "After a few years the glue holding the decal ...
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30 year old water-slide decals. Are they still usable?

This is a big topic and a common problem, and you might have better luck in the dedicated scale modellers websites/forums. Nevertheless, I'll try to summarise the knowledge and my experience. Very ...
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Putting decorations onto a drone?

In addition to what Kralc has mentioned, you also want to make sure that your decorations don’t vastly impact the aerodynamics of your aircraft. Drones are flying bricks at the best of times - they ...
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