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Rares Gosav:
17 Jan 2020 17:44:22
Hi guys and happy new year!!!
01 Jan 2020 00:12:50
Happy new year everyone, happy flying.  :beer2: :beer2:
31 Dec 2019 17:06:13
Happy new year all hope 2020 is a cracking year for you  :beer2:
25 Dec 2019 00:00:49
Happy Christmas to everyone.
24 Dec 2019 13:50:56
Seasons greetings to all on this forum have a good one ;)
21 Dec 2019 17:58:42
Have a great time DB. Look forward your projects in 2020.  :beer2:
21 Dec 2019 16:59:17
Have a good one D.B. ~~ :beer2: :beer2: :beer2:
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21 Dec 2019 16:13:44
Tbh I've been really busy, not had much time to fly anything and with conditions being crap, hopefully in the new year I'll have some new projects on the go, mostly to do with HAM radio, will certainly fly again soon. FTR I hate FB too   :D Merry Christmas
21 Dec 2019 15:21:30
Merry Christmas  :beer2:
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Turnigy Graphite Powder Dry Lubricant (warning)

Started by teslahed, Wednesday,March 01, 2017, 18:45:39

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In today';s hobbyking email I was linked to this new product;


QuoteAn all-purpose, dry powder lubricant which is both odorless and non-toxic. Use to guard against sticking, wear, and corrosion. Can be used on all-types of material, including: metal, wood, plastic, and rubber.

It';s being sold in hobbyking';s  ';FPV Racing Drones ›  Accessories'; section.

Graphite is electrically conductive. If you use this lubricant be very careful about getting it on anything electronic. I think you could use it on the motors but if you used too much and it started flying off when they spun up you could get all sorts of problems.
One circlip short of a quadcopter.
 1 lobe short of an antenna.


You can also use a soft pencil for graphite powder.
Your right about it being conductive. I have used it in the past to repair broken PCB tracks in keyboards simply be drawing over the broken area a few times. I have a keyboard which was repaired like this over 5 years ago and it';s still in everyday use.

The man serving me in the canteen said "Look, You can see the face of Jesus in the Margarine" The Asian guy next to me replied "I can't believe it's not Budda"


Looks like the lubricant used for the action of small arms in a desert environment when oil would just stick to sand


I expect it works very well for certain things. I just think hobbyking should let buyers know it';s a conductive powder if they are selling it in the multirotor section.
One circlip short of a quadcopter.
 1 lobe short of an antenna.