So i've been amazed by R/C since i was little and could never sum up the courage to tinker with aircraft.......So one day I bit the bullet and bought a trainer and havn't looked back!!
I absolutley love R/C aircraft and my current flier is a x-83 flyjet pushing 120km/p +
I've made this instructable to share how easy and cost effective it is to create something fly worthy and most importantly EASY!
Step 1: Materials
here a breif list,
-600x1000 3mm Sheet of Coreflute (any colour)
-Hot glue gun and glue sticks
-hobby knife/card board cutters
-3 x 5g servos
-servo wire x 2
-motor and propeller (choose your own)
-reciever (again choose your own, i run spektrum)
thats pretty much it!, everythign else finiky you will have in your workshop!
Step 2: Components
I've only ever built one of these and it flew reasonably well after alot of fiddling and changing ,
You want a 600mm ide wing surface area and the body to be as slim as possible but still fit in your servos, battery and reciever
Step 3: Guesstimation
Step 4: Body time
a few dabs of hot glue and some sealing beads of glue tie the hole body together,
im also one for support braces and use as many as i can fit!