Correct Handling

When handling Marlyn special care should be taken to not handle the thinner parts of the aircraft or any of the moving parts, the recommended lifting points are shown in the image. 

If lifting Marlyn up by the main helicopter motors (with the folding propellers), be sure to only lift vertically to avoid risk of damaging the tail or the carbon rods. 

Incorrect Handling

Thinner parts of Marlyn could be damaged or fail when handling the aircraft at these points.  Make sure that when handling, the protruding parts such as pitot tubes and propellers are not damaged. 

Shown with a red cross are the regions where the aircraft shouldn't be handled. These include the wingtip propellers, or Pitot tube, or the trailing edge of Marlyn’s tail.