Brucester wrote:It's always nice to have a mentor such as your coach, but talk to your local hobby shop about clubs and when they meet indoors for flying something that small, although your gym works just perfectly, it's always nice to fly with some company. Check out a site called plantraco, they specialize in really micro aircraft like you talked about. Their stuff is expensive, but state of the art. They use metal actuators instead of servos. If you're looking for a bigger plane for outdoor flight, I recommend the Super Cub LP, but talk to your local hobby shop, they're very knowledgeable. Anyways, If you're at the national tournament contact me, because they have a huge barn to fly in, and the day before I might bring some of my smaller (18" wingspan) planes to fly! That goes for anyone interested in watching what a great hobby it is!
Brucester wrote:Alright, so I got the kit for the Penny Plane, and it came with condenser paper. It seems harder to work with and heavier than the film..... Which should I use? The film's thinner than normal, but I think it can withstand the slow moving prop's little thrust.
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