A video to show that even the simplest of air frames will carry the Temarai gimbal.
This wing is made from 50mm thick EPS foam rectangles stuck together with duct tape (cloth tape) and hot melt glue. Only the leading edges have been rounded using sandpaper.
The 2 things you need for a balanced flight are:
- Adding or removing nose ballast to approximately fly flat and
- Setting the AOA (Angle of Attack) using the control surfaces (usually 6-7 degrees).
All the red plastic parts you see on this plane are available on this site. The motor mounts aren’t up yet, but will be soon.
The control surfaces are 5mm foam board available from sign writing supply shops.