If you follow my projects you might wondering "what now!" and rightly so, my builds don't exact follow any kind of plan but more what I have inspiration for at the time. Well this time I fancied building a model which could fit inside my ground station case (Viewable here). Because of the design constraints I named it the "GS Micro Flyer", fitting don't you think?
The wing tips, tail boom and tail vertical fin must all be removable in order to fit in the case. Below you can find a few pictures from the project which I will not be posting as a whole this time. The reason being as you'll see in the maiden flight video below it was massively under powered even though the motors should have give more... So I've stored the model until a later date when I'll revamp it in someway.
One good thing however did come out of this, I ended up redesigning the wing configuration several times and in the end created direct torque servos on the ailerons. This is an amazing configuration with no torque loss on the servo motion at all, normally you will lose throw ability in the servo line unless it's rock solid or increase the torque load on the servo due to long control lines. With this method neither problems apply :)
The maiden flight video, I was able to fly it (Just!):