And all without resorting to 3D printers, Laser Cutters, and Arduinos! Posted by fermis on Tuesday, September 04, 2012 5: Phoenix, AZ. Flying this plane is almost hands off, as the wing provides way more lift than necessary.
Moistening the spar helps to activate the glue. I pretty much avoid CA for big joins like that because I love the speed and strength of a hot solvent like Tenax that actually welds the friggin' plastic together.
Castle Creations 36 amp Battery: Drape the ultralight fiberglass cloth over the airplane as smoothly as possible. The only place that I could find this light weight is on-line at HobbyKing.
Used to apply the fiberglass cloth to strengthen the fuselage. I really like the electrics, wiping down the oil off the planes was never much fun.
Jigs for making straight cuts. I taped the top and bottom but probably just the top would be enough.
Posted by Misty on Wednesday, September 05, 2012 5: Then, glue these to the wing. Reply Upvote. Hextronic HXT900 9 gm Radio: Wish you had given us plots of the flying surfaces, so we don't have to design our own.
Irwin is one brand. I used thin cardboard as temporary spacers while gluing. When I do fuse. I use Testors Liquid cement black, triange bottle with red label , with applicator tip.
Try to get the wing incidence as close as possible.