Tricopter Rudder Motor tilt vs control surface?
I was rebuilding my rudder mechanism today and I remember seeing another design that used a strip of wood to deflect thrust rather than tilting the motor.
What would be the advantage of this type of design compared to traditional yaw mechanisms?
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