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Apparatus for training the telecontrol of a model helicopter or the like










Image Number 4 for United States Patent #4120099.

This disclosure is directed to an apparatus for training a person to remotely control a powered model helicopter and includes from top to bottom an assembly plate, an upper plate, a frame and a base plate with a plurality of supports supporting the frame from the base plate, a generally upright telescopic support carried by the base plate and passing through apertures of the frame and upper plate, and a universal joint connection between an upper end portion of the generally upright telescopic support and the assembly plate whereby a powered helicopter secured to the assembly plate is capable of roll, yaw and pitch motions which can be controlled by conventional remote controls to train a person to control the model helicopter.








 
 
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