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Aerobeez Angry Beez & Stinger Assembly Review (Push Prop Version)

Posted by aerobeez On February - 22 - 2014

We are excited to introduce our first flying wings–Angry Bee and Stinger.  Each color scheme has two versions–Push Prop & EDF.  In this build review, we are going to go over how to put together the push prop version. And we are using the Angry Bee for this build. This kit is so easy to put together, since the motor box is already assembled. And the servos slots are already cut out. If you are a fast builder, it would only take you 1 hour (including the time for the glue to set) put this kit together. The purpose of this build review is to show you how to put this kit together step by step. So let’s get it started.

These are all the parts you will get from the box.

Aerobeez Angry Bee push prop flying wing kit

1. Start with gluing the two wings together.  You can use the glue supplied or welder’s glue. Regular thin CA would work if you want a quicker cure time.  It would take about 30 mins to set if you use the stock glue provided.

Aerobeez Angry Bee Flying Wing

Aerobeez Angry Bee Flying Wing

2. Lay it on a flat surface and let it set for 30 mins until it cures.

Aerobeez Angry Bee Flying Wing

3. Once the wings are glued together, cut a slot on the bottom of the wings to insert the carbon strip stiffener.  Measure 1″ from the rear of the wings.

Aerobeez Angry Bee Flying Wing

Aerobeez Angry Bee Flying Wing

4. Since the servo slot has been pre-cut already, we just need to cut a recess to hide the servo wires inside the wings. Glue in the servos.  Repeat this step for the both wings.

Aerobeez Angry Bee Flying Wing

Aerobeez Angry Bee Flying Wing

5. Now it’s time to glue in the control horn. This is the most technical part of the build since good control linkages will ensure smooth and precise flight control. With the servo arm at neutral position, measure a line perpendicular to the servo arm starting from the outermost connect hole on the servo arm. And mount the control horn on that line as close to the hinge line as possible.

Aerobeez Angry Bee Flying Wing

 

6.  Once you mounted the control horns we can now install the connectors. Use one Z-connectors on the servo side and the control horn side. Use the carbon rod supplied and shrink tubes to tie them together. You would have to trim the carbon rod and the shrink tube to the appropriate lengths.  Use any heat source to shrink the tubes.  Apply some CA glue to the end points of the shrink tube to secure them.  We recommend using a lighter to shrink the tubes. Be careful not to melt the foam.

Aerobeez Angry Bee Flying Wing

7. Mount the motor to the motor box using the screws provided. make sure the wires are on the bottom of the box so it would be easier to go inside it. Once done, connect it to the ESC. Note: Before gluing the motorbox to the wings, test the polarity of the motor and make sure it’s spinning in the correct direction.  It should be spinning clockwise if you look directly at the motor.

Aerobeez Angry Bee Flying Wing

Aerobeez Angry Bee Flying Wing

8. Once that’s done now you can mount the motor box onto the wing. There are cutouts already for the tabs to go into the wings but you might have to open them up some more with your hobby knife.

Aerobeez Angry Bee Flying Wing

Aerobeez Angry Bee Flying Wing

9. Flip the wings over and glue in the skid on the bottom. This skid will provide lots of protection to the wings for landings.

Aerobeez Angry Bee Flying Wing.

10. Lastly,  glue on the Side Force Generators to the wingtips.

Aerobeez Angry Bee Flying Wing

That’s all the steps. Now just mount your receiver and battery and go out there to have some fun with it!

CG should be at 4.5″ behind the nose, or where there stiffening rod should be.

Aerobeez Angry Bee Flying Wing

Aerobeez Angry Bee Flying Wing

Aerobeez Angry Bee Flying Wing

Specifications:

Wing Span: 31.5″
Length: 14.37″
Weight: 6oz
Wing Area: 210 sq.in
Battery: 2S 450mAh 25C

 

 

 

 

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