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ORLIC

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john greenfield
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MarkDev wrote:
26 Feb 2018, 16:38
Thats less work for Geoff then! Just as a matter of interest John, what thickness (was ply used in 1939?)was the original Orlic covering?
I think it was 1.5mm but may have been 2mm around the nose.

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Geoff Pearce
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A bit more done, plug for canopy finished, started on wings.....
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Simon WS
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Looking good Geoff - I may have to build a "woody" one day!...

Simon

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Simon WS wrote:
01 Apr 2018, 18:07
Looking good Geoff - I may have to build a "woody" one day!...

Simon
Thanks Si, a whole new world , but for adrenaline you can't beat a mouldy....... :arrow: :cry: :lol:

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terry white
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Hi Geoff,Very pretty plug,no mistaking that.

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Just made bench to build 2.2m wing thing :lol:
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catwok
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Crikey Geoff there's a lot of wash out on the tip rib!

MarkDev
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Thats going to be a rather large pile of wood! How do you keep them ribs square?

See you in the week.

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MarkDev wrote:
14 Apr 2018, 17:17
Thats going to be a rather large pile of wood! How do you keep them ribs square?

See you in the week.

M
With a set square, 90'deg off spares

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A bit more done.
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