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Posted by Timmy rc | Dec 31, 2012 @ 08:05 AM | 1,982 Views
I have built some cheap 50" scratchbuilt dlgs and wanted to get into a 1.5m ship. I decided to build the supergee 2, but kevlar is too expensive and I don't have vacuum bagging equipment. I plane to try out a fiberglass d-box and fiberglassed flaperons only to try to keep the weight down and try to avoid vacuum bagging. I'm not sure how well a fiberglass d-box will work as i've only seen carbon d-boxes before. my pod and tail surfaces are balsa because they are easy to make and have worked reliably on my other dlgs.

I'm waiting on parts orders, so here are the parts I've made so far:
Posted by Timmy rc | Nov 27, 2012 @ 06:49 PM | 1,973 Views
I have built 5 extremely inexpensive DLGs with balsa and dollartree foam wings, a carbon arrow shaft as a tailboom, and balsa pod and tailfeathers. I named these cheap DLGs Hawks.

I decided to finally build a hot wire cut composite wing. I used the Supergee 2 dimensions and scaled down all the aspects to a 50" wing. This was my first hot wire cut wing and my first time using carbon fiber.

So combining my Hawk fuse and tail with a Supergee wing made the SuperHawk....Continue Reading