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Post  GallopingGhostler Wed Jul 06, 2022 7:20 pm

Eric, yes, that is amazing, only 1.5" (38mm) wingspan Fokker Triplane, controls rudder and electric motor control. Definitely an indoor flyer, easily lost if flown outside, plus winds, even a light breeze would be merciless.

I posted the video you found on RC Universe, Over 50's thread. That sparked my interest, so found another video a bit more practical at our level, a 4" (100mm) wingspan profile WW2 Zero electric RC in a new thread. Builder used a heated wire cutter, made foam sheets out of scrap packing Styrofoam, shows micro actuator for elevator, rather clever.

With the shortages of balsa, posting of K-Flex airfoils, I'm thinking that foam is the new balsa.

Thanks for posting that video, one would never thunk one could go so small with RC.
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Post  getback Thu Jul 07, 2022 6:07 am

Yea George I thought it was pretty cool that something so small could bee made a fly pretty darn descent. I watched the vid. you posted at the end of my morning forum ing , I have a very small park flier that is broken a friend gave me i need to get out and take it apart and see if any of it can bee salvaged . Some day ! Huh... RC Plane
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