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Falke T-61A Cliff Charlesworth Plans.**

Let us all watch your new project progress.
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Max Wright
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Re: Falke T-61A Cliff Charlesworth Plans.**

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Hi Brian

Love your work. 8-)

Here is the glue that I used in the end. It welds the pieces together so well, that the parent plastic will break before the joint lets go.

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Can't ask for more than that. I'm betting that the cowl is polystyrene. :geek:

I called in at our RC gliding club on the way home this afternoon and created a lively discussion among the members. :lol:

The consensus was the same as yours, so I'm going for the position that gives me the right 'look' and adjusting the motor afterwards.

Everyone's efforts are most appreciated.

Cheers
Max
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Max Wright
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Re: Falke T-61A Cliff Charlesworth Plans.**

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No? Oh well.

A bit more work again. Two full days over the weekend.

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Cheers
Max
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Re: Falke T-61A Cliff Charlesworth Plans.**

Post by Trevor »

NIce to see it coming along Max. Have you sorted out your battery stowage and access arrangements?
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Thanks, Trevor.

I'm working on it. ;)
Max
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