Lightest Possible Gyro

sanman

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So I was watching this video for Flylight's upcoming Peabee2, which is their planned flexwing for the Sub-70kg category that they have in the UK & Australia:



I was looking at this and wondering why a Gyroplane couldn't be constructed on a similar type of frame?

So here, I'm not concerned on meeting a particular legal category or weight class. I was really just thinking purely from a flight physics point of view, and the art of what's mechanically possible.

I'm imagining that it would require unprecedentedly light rotor blades, though.
 
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