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At ETH Zurich, CMASLab, we developed and tested a morphing drone. Solely relying on morphing control surfaces, roll, pitch, and yaw control was achieved. The fabrication was done in collaboration with the ETH Spin-off 9T Labs. All structural parts were manufactured using the 3D printer system of 9T Labs, fabricating components made of plastics, composites, or both.
The results of this study were published in the journal of Manufacturing letters.

All people involved would like to thank the CMASLab and 9T Labs for their great support, and a special thank you goes to the Modellfluggruppe Dübendorf for the help during the maiden flight.

Further information:
– ETH Zurich: https://bit.ly/2RwvcsC
– CMASLab: https://bit.ly/2uzypP9
– 9T Labs: https://www.9tlabs.com
– Publication: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mfglet.2019.12.004

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