This is my Skyhunter Frankenplane. The fuselage and some of the connecting parts are 3D printed. The files are available on Thingiverse. The wing is from a HobbyKing Bixler2. I found the wings on clearance for $4 each. Included spars and all hardware. I purchased several of them to use in various projects. The booms are carbon arrows. The tail is foam board. The first version was a disaster as it was very tail heavy. It ended up taking a nose dive into the pavement. I corrected everything with the second iteration and it now flies well. It is a nice stable slow flier. Motor is a 2826 1400kv with a 40A ESC and a 9x6 pusher prop. Using a 3200mah 3S battery I am getting about 12 minutes of throttle time. The 3D printed plans are actually quite robust as it does not use a single layer skin. The landing gear is quite good as well other than being a bit on the narrow side. The nose gear uses a rubber band to provide an actual suspension that works well. I modified it to have a steerable nose for more control on taxying. As with all of these type of pusher planes where the motor is above the CG point, there can be an an issue with the thrust angle. A sudden increase in thrust can actually push the nose down a little before the corresponding increase in airspeed provides the countering lift by the wings. Just need to be careful when deciding to go around. Overall I am happy with the final result.
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