No matter who you are, or where you are from, you have probably made, flown or been hit with a paper or balsa wood aeroplane.
We would like to invite you to a meeting and compitition for just this type of flying machine.
In brief the day will have both ‘fun fly’and ‘competition’, you can join in with which ever parts you want.
The idea is that while we are all there together everyone talks, shares information, we see new designs and try to fly them as far as we can and to fly for as long as they can.
This is a great intrtoduction to aero modelling and education. With that in mind we are hoping that if you are a professional or this has been your hobby for some time that you will be willing to share information in lectures with and for others so that we can all get better together.
If you already make these ssuper light craft and would like to share your skills, please contact us. Thanks 🙂
We are looking at the following groups;
- professional level ( Companies, Universities or institutions )
- Schools ( Anyone in education upto the age of 19 years )
- Family ( Family groups from grandparents to tiny tots )
- Individuals ( includes a helper )
Our initial ideas about categories Etc.
- Paper and cardboard NO Radio Control ( No size limit, No power — Glider —)
- Paper and cardboard NO Radio Control ( Max 20 cm wingspan —Rubber Power — )
- Mixed Materials NO Radio Control ( Max 20 cm wingspan — Glider OR Rubber Power — )
- Balsa NO Radio Control ( No size limit, No Power — Glider —)
- Balsa NO Radio Control ( Max 20 cm wingspan — Rubber Power — )
- Paper / Balsa WITH Radio Control( Max 20 cm wingspan — Rubber Power, Max Weight 20 g —)