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Posted by PilotoX | 08-06-2018 @ 11:26 PM | 12,074 Views
Electric Powered Model Airplane RC Microlight Weight Shift Control by Robotic Fully Articulated Pilot. Video compilation of test flights done with an older MIA Micro-FLIGHT EZ™ Trike blue wing and MIA Robo™pilot figure mechanics, and, as recently finished, with new white and black wing and full pilot mechanics and detailed body.

RC Microlights:

RC Microlight Model Airplane Weight Shift Direct Control by Robotic Pilot (1 min 49 sec)

Posted by PilotoX | 07-27-2018 @ 05:33 PM | 12,782 Views
2018 Version fo the original MIA Robo™ Pilot figure included with the 52" wing span MIA Robo™ Tikes, but enhanced with additional articulation for the 60" wing span MIA EZ™ Trikes, 1.25 size.

Category: Pilot Figures
Type: MIA 1.25 Size “Custom” Robotic -Full Articulation
Construction: Bolt-On Kit
Tools required: Small Phillips screwdriver
Assembly Time: One evening, depends on user skill
Materials: 3D Printed Parts,Molded Plastic, with Steel Hardware
Control Type: Robotic via RC Servos with Proprietary MIA Robo™ Pilot Geometry
Body Color Options: Yellow, Blue, Red, Orange, Green, Black, White

Height: 14″
Weight: 10 Oz.

Includes: MG Servos

Requires: MIA EZ™ Trike 1.25 Size RC Microlight

Posted by PilotoX | 07-24-2018 @ 06:53 PM | 11,750 Views
When was the last time you tried an RC model that was:
  • Nearly indestructible
  • Engulfed you in a new rc model flying experience
  • Gave you a rush of excitement
  • Satisfied your rc flying senses
  • Placed you as the focal point at your local flying field?
If you haven't, look into some of the models I design and offer, they do exactly that.

RC Microlight MIA EZ™ 1. 25 Trike An First of a Kind MIA Invention Revised for 2017 (8 min 15 sec)

I design and offer in bolt-on kit form "true weight-shift controlled" rc microlight models,
as well as the more traditional 3-axis ( Elevator, Rudder Aileron) scale model aircraft.

What makes my designs stand out is, not only their unique form of control, as used on my rc microlights,
but the way I use materials and design the structures.

They are:
  • Well Thought Out
  • Meticulously Engineered
  • Clean, Refined Design
  • Ultra Light-weight
  • Durable and Crashproof
  • Efficient and High Performing
  • Realistic
  • A Great Platform for Aerial Photography and FPV
... and they typical raise eyebrows, especially when they appear in areas that people fly the more typical rc aircraft.

Let me introduce my latest designs and a bit about myself: