FT Mini F-22

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Explore the sky's with the new FT Mighty Mini F-22 Raptor!! This little beauty has all of the excitement of the F-22 packed into a minature version! This smaller version makes it a LITTLE more versitile when it comes to flying indoors or in tight surroundings! The Mighty Mini F-22 raptor is a blast to fly and is just as, if not more agile then its original counterpart! Because it is made from one sheet of Flite Test foam made by Adams, it makes building a breeze!

Flitetest Planes

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Specifications

Weight Without Battery 4.8 oz (134 g)
Center Of Gravity 14 inches (355 mm) from the nose
Control Surface Throws 25 ĚŠ deflection (elevons) Expo 30%
Wingspan 20 inches (508 mm)
Recommended Motor 2300 kv 2204 motor or 2280 kv 1806 motor
Recommended Prop 6 X 4.5 Prop
Recommended Battery 800 Mah 3s
Recommended Esc 12 Amp Minimum
Recommended Servos (2) 5 gram servos
Designed by Peter Sripol

Laser and 3D Printer Files

Here are all of the files required to build your very own. These links will be kept up-to-date with any bugfixes.

Laser Cut SVG Files

Laser Cutting

The Lasersaur Laser Cutter is used for laser-cutting the versa. It seems to give the best results, I had problems with the full spectrum laser cutting through the foam even at the lowest power settings.

These power settings work well on the Lasersaur with Dollar Tree foam board:

3D Printing

ABS should be used for strength, and parts should be printed at high-density.

Assembly

Flite Test has created great videos showing the full build process in detail:

Color Action Feed Rate Power Level Passes
Blue Etch 6000 16% 1
Red Score 6000 40% 1
Black Cut 3500 100% 1