Thanks for sharing; what a beautiful bird! And I agree with Less_Incidence about the paper flaps. Hopefully they're easily removable. And I'd imagine paper flaps making consistency a little or a lot more difficult.TSOlympian wrote:So this isn't really flying that well, but I did come up with this.
I feel like a lot of the proportions are off and because my team is sort of new to this, I tried to make all the parts/lengths/distances adjustable. Hasn't really been working though as the plane just sort of sinks and drops to the ground. I guess you could say it dives, but it looks more like it's just really heavy and dropping straight down. Any tips?
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I'll work on getting the other details you guys asked for -- sorry for the late reply, I've been busy with college apps but I just got on winter break so I'll get them soon. Should I maybe start another thread for discussing these plane problems?
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