|My bird is now in a hangar at Northwest Regional Airport (52F) in Roanoke, TX
|Side view November, 2003
|View of the Dragonfly from the Right Side, September, 2003. The wing is suspended above the fuselage so I can work on the rear interior.
|View of the Dragonfly from the Left Side, Feb, 2001. You can see the canard on the floor with the winches I use to lift it into position.
|View of the Anti-servo mechanism on the ailerons, built by Nate Rambo
|Gear leg attachment plates seen from the fuselage bottom (looking up into the canard hole)
|Click for full-size diagram of the gear leg attachment method
|Putting the wing on the roof of my van at Nate Rambo's hangar, May 6, 1998
|How the wing was fixed to the roof of the van to withstand 100 mph winds
|This shook up Las Vegas: Good times under a Dragonfly wing! There's a DF canopy peeking out of the inside of the van.
|Fitting the wing onto the fuselage in the driveway so I can trim the wing cutouts in the rear turtledeck
|My son Talon Morris sanding an experimental wing section to learn how composite construction works
|Rear view of the fuselage bottom, sides, and bulkheads, held together with bicycle inner tubes, boards, and prayers. This is in preparation for epoxying the sides onto the fuselage bottom.
|Rear/Side view of the fuselage with sides cemented to fuselage bottom and front and rear turtledecks resting on the fuselage. The fuselage is sitting on a pair of saw horses with casters, allowing me to get underneath easily and slide it around the garage.