I'm looking at the build up photo, and assuming that the 'airfoil' shape on the top of the cabin is later cut off, and the one piece wing sat on the now flat top?
Festina lente, my son. Festina lente. Rome wasn't burnt in a day.Come on, it should have had its first crash by now!
That section looks aerobatic, your’e gonna need a bigger motor now.A tad more done today. Half a wing.
To get the corflute to fold back on itself without splitting, you have to cut the inside of the bend. This means cutting the surface. To do this, you use a pair of hook-blade cutters attached to the sides of a piece of plastic to get the width.
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The next step was to fit span-wise strips of corflute to act as stoppers when the corflute was folded over to form the airfoil shape. The plan calls for a strip of balsa to be glued in as a main spar, but I couldn't be bothered hauling out my balsa supplies, so I used a bamboo garden stake.
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Then I folded the corflute over, and stuck the folded half to the span-wise strips. This created the airfoil shape.
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