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You'll want to put together your mini power pod first!
More details available in the power pod article here:
A solid plane starts with a solid fuselage. Always take your time and wait for the glue to dry completely before moving on.
Be sure to have the push rods cross and go out to the control horns without binding along the way.
Both noses feature doublers, to help reinforce and strengthen the plane for any situation. With this, a beginner should be able to take a few hits and continue flying, if they didn't break a prop of course.
Be gentle when forming your wing. You shouldn't have to force it to much, and be patient with the glue.
Use some spare wire to feed the servos through the wing after its closed up.
You can create your own Z-Bends with a pair of Z-Bend Pliers: Available Here!
With the plane nearly done, all thats left is strapping the wing down, and testing your controls.
We can't wait to see how your FT Tiny Trainer build turns out!
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