For these fliers they will be detached from the base and put in a more dynamic flying position. This involves a bone saw and patience.
I put a small hole on the underside of the flier, with a craft knife, for the wire. The wire is just ordinary locking wire, easy to manipulate and cut. The wire is however tough enough to not bend when knocked.
Points of caution are:
- Be careful with the bone saw it is easy to slip. I quite like the ends of my fingers and on occasion was close to thin slicing them!
- The fliers come off quite well just do not blow the dust off your saw as the fliers are small and will go too, searching on the floor for your missing plane is not fun and leads to odd questions by members of your household.
- When putting the hole in the bottom of your flier do not go too far they are not that thick.