One of the tiny struts holding the rotor on my TinyWhoop Nano broke (surprise!) and I've used superglue (cyanoacrylate) to bond it back together. I don't know yet if this fix will be suitable or not, because I haven't even gotten the quad properly flying.
As fragile as some small drone frames seem to be, I wondered whether it's possible to glue them together, or if there's irreversible damage due to having the angle of a rotor changed slightly.
I know some frames are carbon fiber and I wouldn't expect superglue to work well.
Is it a "standard practice" to repair minor damage on frames, or is it recommended to always get a new frame should non-superficial damage occur?