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Spray painting a drone, what to look out for?

If you have the technical know how, I would suggest you remove the shell from the drone and spray paint that separately to avoid contamination any of the electronics or mechanical components. If you ...
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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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Spray painting a drone, what to look out for?

How much mass will this coat of paint add, and can your drone cope with that additional weight ? This could result in a decrease in flighttime-per-charge, a drop in maximum climb rate, and a lower ...
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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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