The follow-on project, Vulcan, now has its own thread: http://www.rocketryforum.com/showthr...L1-cert-glider
Will Marchant, KC6ROL
NAR 13356, Tripoli 10125 L3, AMA 800142, FBIS
I'm glad to see my glider generating interest. I would recommend starting with the 24mm mount. I have no plans per se for either, but the 24mm is more perfect. The 32mm may be more complex than it needs to be. This is my first time building or flying an F motor, and I remember thinking that they are very big things, and probably need a lot of structure to support their unbelievable thrust :=)
Now this thread has two very different gliders--the original SkyFun with 24 and later 32mm mounts, and the "mk4" which is just the wings from a SkyFun and a 29mm body tube. I'm much happier with the original SkyFun, on any motor, than with the smaller one. The smaller one is too fast and too maneuverable for me.
I doubt I'm going to put in the work to produce plans for either one, but if you have any questions, I'm happy answer them.
NAR L2; 2013 impulse: 20,902 Ns
Current workhorse: Vulcan R/C rocket glider: "Land long and prosper."