I saw a plane today and it got me thinking. I've decided it's a new project for me and it looks like I'll finally be throwing my hat into the VTOL ring.... I know how to wire everything and build the planes, why do you or don't do certain things but what I have yet to do and have actually seen VERY little of is the mechanical workings to make things rotate (Like the Tilt rotors on a V-22 Osprey for example). On an RC plane, what method have you folks used to accomplish this and have it be reliable. Obviously if it's going to have prop-wash and motor torque being applied to the rotating mechanism, it has to be robust enough to do so without failure. I'm going to initially try doing this without a Gyro (I have yet to buy any) and I have some ideas on how to work without it but only trying it will tell if it'll work. I'll try to keep as detailed a build log as I can on this... So let's see'em boys. How do you rotate motors mechanically??