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- Joined: 30 Sep 2017, 12:43
- Location: Hillegom
Now I could cover the bottom of the fuselage. I came up with a sanding tool so I could clamp the panels, otherwise my fingers would get crampedA batten attached to my worktop with a screw clamp , a piece of aluminum angle and two large spring clamps. The sanding went a bit better now. . Fuselage and panel with glue , panel in position and secured with a hot iron. wetted with a sponge bent and secured. After a few days it starts to become a fuselage . Next is the nose, lots of panels ...