BusyBee TV - Scratch Build Troubleshooting (Part 2)

by InComing RC | September 23, 2012 | (10) Posted in Projects

The plane is flying great now, look forward to seeing some high speed flights on BusyBee Extras in the future!

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subsonichobby on January 1, 2013
Just started to design a plane.... http://subsonichobby.blogspot.com/2012/12/diy-subsonicdrone-v1.html ... Any advice? And how did you determine the size of the wingtips on your plane?

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InComing RC on January 2, 2013
The plane looks good. I would be sure that the plane is no to short in length because then it will be very pitchy and hard to get a good cg. Other than that, be sure to bevel the edge of the KFm2 airfoil. And for the wingtip, I guess, whatever looks right.
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subsonichobby on January 3, 2013
Thanks BusyBee and point taken .... Happy Flying!!!
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Benn Gunn on September 23, 2012
hello there,
Am i being thick.....was this a scratch build? if so would like to know how the fuselarge was made, anyway Another cool movie
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InComing RC on September 24, 2012
Haha, yes this is a scratch build. I cut out several layers of blue wall insulation foam from Lowe's and laminated them together with some 3M spray adhesive. After that dried I used a belt sander to sand the edges and make it round.
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Benn Gunn on September 24, 2012
End product looks really good,... thanks
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