A bit over this reject foam thing
SU34V5 maidened OK tail heavy landed OK
Move the battery tweak the control surfaces off we go
Flying fine do a loop won't pull out bang new fuselage and wing bent right at the end of the carbon rod inch perfect
The battery Velcro had lifted the DTF paper (crap reject US stock ) and battery full forward can't pull out and bango
Battery comes out through nose and catches on fire
Sorry to hear of your mishap. When building with DTF, you should be taking the paper off the inside of the fuselage. I don't leave any paper on the fuselage and canopy portions of my planes when building with DTF. Too much extra weight and not needed for strength. If you want more strength in the battery bay area, you can put some mesh drywall tape with a thin coat of light, strong glue on the outside bottom of the fuselage. That has worked well for me in the past.