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    Re: My First Scratch build

    Quote Originally Posted by Vettster View Post
    All these bolts in the molds has to mean something?
    Well, I'm a little excited to find out.

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    Re: My First Scratch build

    Your going to have to wait till Christmas to find out lol
    Simcoe Model Aircraft Club (SMAC) Our forum is here.. http://smac.freeforums.net/forum
    http://rccanucks.com/showthread.php?...5596#post15596 clubnomax
    If you do not have the time to do it right, where do you get the time to do it over?

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    Re: My First Scratch build

    Finally home long enough to open the mold... I have a fuselage!! Very happy with the results.

    Weight so far...
    2 wings...1273
    2 Horizontal stabs..654
    Fuse..2155
    Total...4082 grams or 9 lbs

    Still have to include the vertical stab,wing tips and ailerons..so possibly under 12 lbs. Much lighter than I expected. I was figuring about 15 lbs. The wings will be made much lighter in the future as I have redesigned my method for holding the wings on.
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    Re: My First Scratch build

    Great job Trevor , best building I've seen since living by Graeme Mears and hanging out in his workshop years ago .

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    Re: My First Scratch build

    Hey thanks for the huge compliment Roger!!

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    Re: My First Scratch build

    Noticed a couple of problems. One not so big..but the other will take a bit of time.

    A closer look at the fuse shows a slight misalignment. Good enough for the prototype but not production. That has been fixed with the addition of some 3/4" frames to stop the top mold from twisting. The other is more complicated. I chose the wrong location for the elevator tube and this means re working the molds. Not the end of the world..but a set back for sure. The tube needs to be further forward to place the load over the vertical former for structural strength. Oh Well.. no one said it was easy
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