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                                VTR1(4.9MB MPEG)
width 46.0 cm
length 30.0 cm
weight 11.5
battery LiPo 70mAh 1.9
Tatal flight weight 13.4

Infrared rays receiver: Irxa3013 which has NDC7001CX FETdriver built-in
Infrared rays-receiving element: NJL21V380A (38.0kHz)
Motor: DIDEL coreless motor 6x12mm 4.5 Ω MK06-4.5
Gear: 60/12 spur DIDEL module 0.3 G360L,, 81/12spur DIDEL module 0.3 G3810L, 9 pinion DIDEL module 0.3 G309-081
Actuator: 50 Ω magnet wire 0.05mm(AWG44) *2, powerful magnet φ 3.0mmx2.0mm N50 *2
Battery: Li-Po battery 70mAh
Film of a wing: 10 micron film (polyethylene bag thickness 0.01mm for cooking)
Fuselage material: balsa, foaming polyethylene, carbon, aluminum board, superglue
Control: 3 channel (a motor, the right ruddavator, the left ruddavator)

I tested whether control of right and left was not possible in form to be near to the flight system of true Pterosauria.
In this fuselage, I added membrane between fingers of feet and did it with the reverse V tail assembly (controled by computer mixing). When it moves by an actuator up and down, a moving plane section has fallen by gravity below. So, I did an axis of an actuator vertically and moved from side to side.
Then I can keep neutrality in this way even if I do not use a magnet or rubber.
Around 45 degrees inclined a moving plane section for an axis of an actuator and glued it together.
Motion of Yaw axis and Pitch axis was able to control.
When a fuselage turns from side to side(yaw), a foot of right and left is bent to the same direction.
Both legs are opened outward to rise a fuselage and are closed inward to drop a fuselage.
The form almost became a pteranodon except that a foot is too big, but the flight system is different from real pteranodons. And this smaller ornithopter fly like a mosquito or a bat