Here is my 88" span depron glider at the slope shortly after the successful test
flight. There was more lift than its was designed for which it seemed to cope with
well, so i still don't know how light a conditions it will fly in.
This is my 4 channel 3 meter Algebra as depicted on a landing approach on the right
in Wales. This flew very well in a lightish wind and is quite aerobatic
Here is a 39" beetle as designed by Stanley Chan whom flys slope soares in hong kong.
It is made from corex, i have used 2 metal geared micro servos to power the elevons
which i have altered slightly using the two layers of corex itself cutting away
the top and bottom section of the flutes to make the hinge line. This flyies very
well in moderate or greater winds.
A Tetras flying wing that spent the night in the sea after losing lift from a cliff
top site and was found next day on a nearby beach. It has now been restored to flying
condition and is far better due to the wings being made bolt on (right) instead of
in an earlier guise (left) which tended to break on anything but a perfect landing,
Bottom left is a friends tetras.
A friends pss f4 phantom. A very nice plane to fly needs a moderate to strong wind.
Left is a Chris Foss design phase 6. An aerobatic slope soarer which can be flown
in moderate to strong wind.This example is 2 channel,ailerons and elevator. The rudder
has been left as fixed but could be connected to a third servo quite easily.