Introducing radio controlled model aircraft for training flights. The prototype was popular among modelers from different countries models “Corkscrew” (Corkscrew) is an American athlete Stuart L. Richmond. The appearance in the sale of grooved balsa plates and rails (at least in specialised stores) as well as excellent flight performance and simplicity of execution “Corkscrew” became the incentive to further improve the original scheme.
A microplane is the ideal transition machine from educational to sports vysokopreosv low plans. At the initial stage it is recommended to use the engine a working volume of 2.5 — 3.2 cm3 and to produce a wing profile And is mainly for the acquisition of sustainable skills in piloting. Then in the process of training flights you can go to the wing profile Used to install the engine capacity of 3.5 — 4 cm3. Thus, it appears great trenirovannosti models. Its flying qualities are more strict, but they allow you to realize any fantasy of the pilot.
Construction is mostly balsa plates, plywood plates and pine or spruce strips. The fuselage consists of two sides, parallel to the trailing edge of the wing. In the bow they are glued to the bars of the motor, and in the middle — lodgements fender corners. The sidewalls have front and rear edges of the wings are connected by a power formers. Depending on the dimensions of the constituent elements of onboard equipment of the radio in the fuselage is built prosperous Board and servos. All parts are glued with epoxy resin with a plasticizer, as well as reinforcing the landing gear area for the stands, lining the bottom bow and the top of the booth. After curing of the adhesive gives the final shape of the tail section with the inset of the rear frames.