Blog mission statement.

This Blog is all about the building and flying of the Correx Mig-7 originally designed by Dave West

The Mig-7 is a scale R/C Aircraft constructed primarily of corrugated plastic and ply wood.

Comments and questions are very welcome.

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Materials required for the slope (glider) version of the Mig.

For the wings we used 2mm straight flute correx available from, among others, Maizey Plastics. The fuzz, tail feathers and control surfaces are made from 3mm straight flute. 3mm Plywood for the formers and stronger Marine ply for the main spar and dyhedral braces. Bicycle spokes for torque rods. Glue gun and contact hold everything together.

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