Team members work on the control surfaces of the team's proof-of-concept model. This process allowed the team to explore different ideas, including the v-tail pictured.
The team used a laser cutter to create wooden guides with great accuracy. These guides were then used to cut the wing material to shape.
The team tested the envelope of what could be done with modern tools, including this artwork on the vertical stabilizer created with the laser cutter.
The finished 'Airbust', made largely with renewable resources.
Club vice-president Paul Leitch poses with the Airbust during construction.
Club vice-president Paul Leitch concentrates on controlling the club's mini-helicopter.
Club co-founder Austen Knapp follows the flight of his quad-copter.
The club purchased a small helicopter to gain experience controlling different forms of aircraft.
Austen Knapp experiments with the effect of tongue control on a quad-copter.