DiA Tiny Whing V2

By DiAleksi on May 27, 2019

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My second version of Tiny Whing designed to be built on FliteTest 5mm water resistant foam board. Much easier and faster to build, no carbon fibre spars needed.

I also made it a 2S version. So here is a part list for the 2S build.

More info, files and building instructions on Thingiverse.com/thing:3655383



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StickyRice   26 days ago  

you might want to make a canopy lmaooo but that does look sick!!

DiAleksi   25 days ago 

Näh, no canopy! Let's keep it simple :D

BrOverBee   27 days ago  

Any video (DVR or LOS) of how it flies?

DiAleksi   27 days ago 

here's a windy maiden.

FrenchB   27 days ago  

Awesome looking little wing! But that PH2.0 to XT30 adapter looks a little suspect. I’d suggest it would make sense to put some heat shrink on it next time.

DiAleksi   27 days ago 

Heatshrink is almost impossible to put on in, as it will not seal it completely. I you want to isolate from the water, use conformal coating. I flew many times in the rain without any probs ;)

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