You will need
- - ceiling tile
- - Scotch
- - line
Download online the drawing of the model airplane. Print the drawing, the sheets will be easier to glue together with tape. Then cut out the drawing template of your aircraft.
Trace the template on ceiling tile and cut parts of the aircraft. If the tiles crumble, leave 0.5 cm from the edge, making the stock.
Glue each piece to the hull of your future aircraft. For gluing we recommend to use the glue "Uranium", it does not weigh down ceiling tiles, and the seam becomes quite elastic and smooth. If the glue "Uranium" in the shop is not found, may use "Phoenix" in its characteristics it is analogous to the "Uranium, its only drawback is yellow seam on a white plane. But this is a question of aesthetics. After gluing the hull, we proceed to the wings.
Make the wings two layers of ceiling tiles, so they will be more durable and better to hold the plane in the air. Between them they must be glued with the same glue "Uranium" or using double-sided tape on the foam base. Such tape is well bonded to each other the details of the wing, but it does not give it additional weight.
Make the spar (beam) of the wing. It can be made from the segment of the line, small strips or bamboo, and some other sticks. This will give the wing strength. Longitudinal bore small holes along the wing of the aircraft.
Glue the spar to the bottom of the wing. It is better to use glue for ceiling tiles, for example "Titan". Similarly make second wing of the aircraft. When both wings are ready: the glue is dry, the spar is firmly glued into the wing, start attaching the wings to the fuselage.
Attach the wings to the body of the plane with glue "Uranium". Allow the glue time to grab interconnected parts. And in the words of Yuri Gagarin: "Go!". Tailwind for your plane!
Advice 2 : How to make a motor for airplane
What child in the childhood did not dream to make a rocket, robot or machine with their own hands, they moved, flew and drove. But what to say, many adults too sometimes "flirts" in a makeshift toy, but the scale of others. And so, and others for their inventions will need a motorthat will take on the so-called "tractive" force. But the question arises: where can I get it or how to do it?
Take an ordinary paper clip and wrap it wire. Put the bottom of the magnet, apply a current to the clip and simplest motor is ready! The same principle lies at the basis of wheel-motor for bicycles, but instead clip the wheel. The same can be used in a small airplane.
Although it is well known that the same size engines can differ significantly in power. This is due to the fact that they use different magnets and different wire thickness. An ordinary magnet can lift 1 kg of weight, while there are rare earth magnets, which are able to lift 180 kg at the size of a coin.
Accordingly, the power of the motor depends on what kind of magnet it is, because if you apply to the wire a current produced a magnetic field. Therefore, based on the size of the intended or existing aircraft, select the appropriate magnet for a motor.
Once sold, these children's cars, which were the motors of 2.5 volts, but the "local" geniuses have learned to attach to them another 2 batteries 1.5 volt. A fairly simple technique. So even if you suddenly find yourself on a desert island, and you accidentally will be a magnet and fine wire, it is possible to make a motor yourself!