A own design depron delta using a Axi 2112/34 motor and 880 3 cell li poly battery
This is quite sensitive on the elevator. Whilst it is stable in flight it is also
capable of aerobatics and is extremely manoeuvrable, I would like to fly this indoors.
Pictured flying under a fence the side posts are just out of view on either side.
The controls are elevons but i think it may benefit from the addition of a rudder
or 2, may try it.
Here are 6 of my my own design combat class planes designed to tow a crepe paper
streamers, weighing 9 ounces and built with 6mm depron and 26" span. It is more stable
when towing a streamer, 2 others are currently being built. I have kept the design
as simple and cheap as possible for easy repair or replacement. They seem to fly
ok with a wide variety of lipo's and brushless motor set ups and the one below has
a shortened wing span for transportation purposes.
Here are 2 shockies, a superstar and a edge that belong to a friend, they are both
good flyers. but the edge is better.
Above is a depron version of the mini blitz which was a free magazine plan uses a
2 cell 600 Mah lipo batteries and a typhoon 5 brushless motor. Flies very well from
a hand launch but was designed to be dropped from another aircraft. This has yet
to be done as it did not fit the current dropper.
Below is a depron shockie biplane. Both wings are flat sheet, The ailerons only make
the plane roll, turning is achieved far easier using the rudder which produces flat
turns.The plane is great fun to fly once you are used to the strange flying characteristics.
Above is a a cheap twin electric motor foamy type plane Control is achieved by
varying the two motors. it takes quite some time to trim and balance, once correct
it flies really well.
Above is a high winged plane made of depron, flies well on a brushless motor and