Yep, but I have TWO! Just got the wing pieces cut, still need to transfer score lines (I use twice as many as the Flite Test guys since it makes a smoother curve), have to design the ailerons as well. I might cut the center section down to 1/2 width (10" vs 20") to improve the look of the craft in which case the wingspan will only be 1750mm instead of 2000mm. Stay tuned to this channel for updates!
Teach, I haven't abandoned my multirotors (7 of them now and a new CNC Tricopter Tail assembly on the way from Chris of Armattan Quads) but with 30MPH winds for 2 days now I have to do something cause that is not flying weather at my skill level!
I am more or less copying the Deep Reaper XL design that uses a 6" center section and in some builds uses two 6" center sections. The Deep Reaper XL has some very good slow flight characteristics and 1 hour plus flight times in some builds.
With an almost 2m wingspan she should be a floater, that's for sure! Might have to give something like this a try myself. I do need to build another Versa....My Spit is also looking a little ragged around the edges...just need to make better use of my time.
Yea I am using my Versa Patterns (modified) as templates for the new build. Several of the center sections i made joined in the fashion that Experimental Airlines Ed uses might make a nice large chord wing too. I am thinking a big high wing trainer with flaps.
Guys, these Versa Wings are insidious. Every time I cut off pieces they also want to be assembled into more wings. I set out to cut 3 sets of my larger Levithan version of the Versa Wing (12 pieces of foam board) and each cut off piece was just perfect for another Versa Wing. From 12 pieces of board In addition to the original 3 sets for 3 different iterations of the Levithan I got enough pieces to assemble 3 regular sized Versa's and 2 Micro Versa's. In the pics below you will see a 20" center section mated to the Original dimension (almost anyway) Versa Wings and the Micro Versa Wing at 16" that will be powered by a 10gr 2000Kv 2S powered motor, 5" prop, 6A esc and Micro FrSky receiver. Battery and servo's are yet to be determined. Stand by, more coming shortly.