Complet Notice of Morpho
1: The Morpho turned upside down (extrados facing you):
- Place the 4mm carbon tubes in A (hold the bar at the end)
- Make sure that the B junctions are equidistant from the sleeve inlets and that the leading edges are properly tensioned
- Drag junctions C down their opening
- Check that the 2 mm rods are correctly pushed together in B '
2: Hold each wing at A and have the Morpho flap its wings so that it turns around and the 4mm carbon bars are pressed against the sail.
3: The Morpho at the place (intrados facing you) :
- Press in C 'the end of the sticks of 2 mm. Check that they correctly tighten the throttle body (the body fold backwards)
- Check the general symmetry of the butterfly, for example: non-twisted wingtips, symmetrical body shape, equal antenna curvature, adjusted junction position
- Secure the loop of your D line with a lark knot and ... have a good flight!
The flange joining the wings in C, is provided with a whip knot. This sliding and self-locking knot allows to modify the dihedral (angle formed by the wings) thus to vary the type of flight of the butterfly according to the conditions and your desires.
In open position, or wings apart: the butterfly is more hovering and more rotary. The resource is very long. Adjustable for use in indoor or near zero wind.
In closed position, or close wings: indoor, the resource is shorter but the relative flight is less easy. In outdoor or static flight (with wind) it is more stable and is more easily recovered during imbalances.
- From 0 to 5 km / h: The Morpho is a player, offering an acrobatic potential and developing all his poetry in his hovers and rotations (wing adjustment: open).
- From 5 to 10 km / h: Same as before, and becomes "static" (wing adjustment: medium).
- From 10 to 20 km / h: Standard wind range, the stability depends mainly on the quality of the wind (adjustment of the wings: closed).
- + 20 km / h: Flight more technical, ensure good symmetry and a more secure wing adjustment.