this is where you need a wingman !, no not really but it helps to have someone help line everything up while you glue,

i used 4 vertical mounts which i then braced on the bottoms!,

2 at the leading edge of the wing and 2 at the rear nice and balanced!

Once everything looks striaght go over the joins again with a little extra glue

Im in the process of building this biplane, my first attempt at anything RC. On step 7 you use an aileron horn out on the wing and I was wondering what that certain horn is called. Cant seem to find it anywhere. If you can help would appreciate it very much. Micheal
hey mate, let me know how the biplane goes, look on the net for either , &quot;horn/hinge/clevis&quot; anyone of those 3, also dont get too hung up about the part, try cutting a soda can into a 1cm wide strip and doubling it over, then pierce a small hole and hot glue that on as the horn, <br> <br>or try http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__122__58__Hardware_accessories_-Horn_Hinge_Clevis.html
guys thanksyou so muhc for all the support and comments, the battery is a 1000ma 2 cell LIPO, all the servos were $2 USD from hobbyking, the receiver is a spektrum but you can use a orange RX from hobbyking as well which is only $9 USD <br> <br>Bunnings in Austrlia sell coreflute and im in the process of building nother model, ill upload later today, <br> <br>My power supply or ESC is a hobbyking ESC and was only $6 USD as well as a $6 USD motor, <br> <br>KEEP BUILDING! <br> <br>ROBBO
<p>the robot has many uses with some modifications like microphone .its so cool</p>
can you upload video of creating this stuff please???
please tell me what kind kind of transmitter/reciever i need .. <br>i meant tell me about channels,frequency of transmitter/reciever required????
<p>Is that a engine?or a motor?</p><p>I would like to see its flying video.</p><p>pls.......</p>
Will the Spektrum DX5E be sufficient?
What kind of wire do you use to move the elevators and stuff like that? I cant seem to find it anywhere! Thanks.
mate i used link wire, or connecting rod wire, its commercially available at hobby stores or use a lightweight stiff fencing wires straightened out. alternatively if weight is a problem find a carbon firbre rod (hobby store) or use a skewer. <br><br>http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__23117__Tail_Control_Pushrod_HK_550GT_.html<br><br>thats just a generic 2mm rod but mine were less tan 1mm. <br><br>ROBBO
thanks for sharing this awesome instructible!! <br>
Thanks for the reply robbo. Its early days but Ive learned so much about RC since starting the build. Whether it flies I dont know. I'll try and upload a pic.
awesome! you could fit a small camera to it, and it will become a spyplane! heres one: <br />http://www.robotshop.com/sfe-cmos-camera-1300-1040-1.html
you've misspelled brief <br>
nice project...........
What's your battery? <br>Landing gear?
probably going to try a coroplast astrohog but i use cox nitro 1/2 a engines myself so body will have to be completely enclosed forpreservation of the radio gear from the exhaust. But seems like a good way to do half a flying!!!
Hey robbo, <br>I can't find the power supply that you used.
If you have the receiver, if you have the transmitter, if you have the servos, if you have the motor, if you have the battery pack, then the cost is minimal. Otherwise...
Here is a good start. <br>http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idProduct=5358
Hey White_Wolf, <br>Thanks for the reply. Sorry I didn't make myself clear. I was referring to the battery that robbo used. <br>I'll be interested in how your plane flies. Good Luck <br>I think I found the material that robbo used for his plane. Go to Home Depot site and search for corrugated plastic.
Awesome! My only problem is finding a good source for the coreflute.
If you live in an area like mine there are election signs everywhere..... Over half of them are made of coroplast, it is used for all kinds of signs so if you see someone taking them down after an election they will usually give you some if you ask them. I personally use the foam board from dollar general, and I found out by accident that the paper on the outside will come off rather easily. <br> <br>Good luck in your endeavors.
It looks to be a corrogated plastic material. In the USA it is sometimes called 'corro-plast'. You should be able to find it thru a sign shop, or 'home center' like Lowes, Home Depot, Mennards, etc. in the form of garage sale signs. <br> <br>ROBBO: What about the landing gear?
In Canada, Home depot sells 4'x8' coroplast sheets for $20. I have a sign shop and I get them as low as 8 bucks from my supplier. A Plastic supplier may be the cheapest supplier to Joe Public. Last time I checked it was 12 at a plastic supply outlet. <br> <br>
Cool project! <br> <br>Is there any movie of this plane taking of or in the air? <br> <br>I never made a plane before, maybe a good start here!
Great and amazing! Is there any move about the plane flying? <br> <br>Maybe it is a project for in my vacation!!! :D
Do you or can you do any video of this flying please. <br> <br>Even a 30 seconds on a cameraphone uploaded to youtube would really help. <br> <br>Thanks for the ible
I'm in the proses of building my first scratch build. I'm using Dollar Tree ready foam board for mine.Heres a picture of where I'm at. The wing is a prototype that I was testing but is the same size as the one I will make for this fuse. 30&quot; wingspan.
Genial, thanks for sharing it.
Cool project! I'd love to see this flying!

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