Alan's Workshop

by FliteTest | February 11, 2015 | (10) Posted in Tips


Josh and Eric are joined by Alan Bruce while out on the road, and had the opportunity to check out his workshop.

Alan had quite the setup and a lot of cool planes and quads in his collection.

He even had a RoadRunner which caught Eric's eye.

Alan even showed a modification of his own to his FPV goggles. He put them in a welding helment to block out any unecessary sunlight for those sunny days of flight.

Alan also had an interesting FPV camera on one of his planes. He used old servos and made a nearly 360 degree camera pivot.


Again we would like to thank Alan for showing us his home and workshop, and if you guys would like to see more of these types of episodes, let us know. Thanks for watching guys, see you next time.


TimmyGT on February 11, 2015
Nice hangar Alan!! Sooo jelly!
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LordVader on February 11, 2015
Absolutely awesome, would love to have a designated place to work my magic. Jealous.
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onelesseye on February 11, 2015
I would love a more detailed article on how to make a visor like that. I know it is not that complicated, but still. A more complete article would be a great reference.

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udo789 on February 11, 2015
The ultimate Man Cave!
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Jan4511 on February 13, 2015
Talking abous DIY FPV helmets, this is mine, nice, cheap and works exellent.
It took a few hours to make it from thick card board, add fresnel lens too.

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crashsalot on February 15, 2015

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Alan's Workshop