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   May 30, 2019  

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

DiAleksi   May 30, 2019 

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

BrOverBee   May 29, 2019  

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

DiAleksi   May 29, 2019 

here's a windy maiden.

FrenchB   May 28, 2019  

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   May 29, 2019 
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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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