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CM 8/13

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Barry_Cole
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Re: CM 8/13

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Pat,

3 x 10 would be a better description.

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Re: CM 8/13

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patte de loup wrote: 11 Jan 2022, 20:21
john greenfield wrote: 11 Jan 2022, 09:34
patte de loup wrote: 02 Jan 2022, 17:28 Now, is time for planking with 30/10 balsa sheet of the upper side .
Patte
Can you explain what 30/10 balsa is please?

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John,
I cut strips of 10 mm width from balsa sheet of 3mm thick for planking the fuse. Same method for making a hull of boat.
( sorry my english is little poor )
Thank you Patte. 3mm x 10mm makes much more sense. I have seen this annotation on several European plans but never really understood what it meant.

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Re: CM 8/13

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John,
Just for clarification.
The x/10 annotation on french drawing or Europeen means the thickness of the wood:
- 30/10 = sheet of wood of 3 mm of thickness and is not depending of the type of wood.
Sometimes it's seems " bizare " to 100/10 , which means 10 mm of thickness !
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