Circuits for Radio Controlled Models
"Made for R/C Modelers by an R/C Modeler"
How it Started
It all began with a simple servo tester I built for myself after attending an R/C swap meet in Georgia. I bought some used servos that were sold as "almost new" that turned out to be "totally junk". I built the servo tester to take with me to future swap meets so that it wouldn't happen again. A few of my friends in my local R/C club saw it and asked me to build them one, too. Next came a couple of navigation light sets I built for my own planes, they also wanted lights for their planes. Then came the suggestion that I should try building extra items for sale, and so I began going to a few local swap meets. Since then, I've expanded my line to include a lot of items that have been specifically requested by my customers, and I always seem to have a number of new products I'm working on for the future.
Airplanes. Pure and simple. From my earliest childhood (at least as far back as I can remember), I've loved airplanes, really anything to do with aviation. I was building plastic models in grade school, and my dear mother even allowed my to hang them from my bedroom ceiling with fishing line. As an adult, I got away from my passion for a long while, having kids and making a living, then a few years ago my interest was re-kindled with a plastic model I received for Christmas. I eventually got so involved with plastic models that I was building them competitively, and won two 3rd place awards with a couple of my models in my very first competition. Next came a radio controlled model for my birthday, I'd always wanted to try R/C but had never been able to afford it, and from there it was downhill all the way. I tell my wife this isn't a hobby, it's a disease. It's called "Hobbypox". I can't help it, I'm really just a victim. ;)
To build high-quality and useful devices to help my friends in the Radio Control community to enjoy their hobby even more. With a background in electronics, (I was a Radio Shack store manager for over 10 years right after college), I have a few skills that the average R/C'er doesn't have, and it allows me to design items that make our models more fun, more scale-like, and our flights more successful. It's all about the fun, and I pledge to never lose sight of that. For that reason, my customers will always be happy with their purchase, no matter what.
Here are my promises:
1. If there's a problem, I'll fix it. 2. If I can't fix it, you'll be offered a full refund.
In business, I think those are the only two promises you need. Period.