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Old 07-23-2010, 06:45 AM   #11
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If you want compact I designed the flight tote for MR Aerodesign a tote just big enough to hold the basics: Battery compartment holds Motorcycle battery you screw your Hobbico power panel in on top - 2 drawers and room on other end to bungee-strap your fuel - a center pocket for the radio


The glue box, flight tote, Park-it-stand and kits Goldfinch and Shark-E are all my designs

PS: Pics are a tote Martin donated to the SMALL event a few years back was then filled out with goodies from Dynamic Hobbies and given out as grand prize for the event.

I finished the tote with a Varathane and colored the logo with a paint marker
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Old 07-23-2010, 07:38 AM   #12
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I use a small rolling suitcase I found in the junk pile at an apartment building I do floors in. Inside that I have two of the $9 Canadian Tire small plastic tool boxes and a couple small blocks of mattress foam to protect my DX7. I keep all my small hand tools in one box and I have all my spare nuts and bolts, connectors, spare servo extensions, etc, in the other inside some Hitec servo boxes.

The suitcase also has a couple front zipper pockets where I keep my charger and power supply if I need it, and I power that with an Eliminator 800 or 850A PowerBox that I leave in the truck.

Basically, I just assemble my plane and wheel it over to the pits with my gas can and suitcase. I only open the suitcase if I have problems.
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