People are joining and then emailing me to ask for plans. We do expect you to contribute to the community before being granted this option. I have added a section to the rules of the forum to cover this.

ORLIC

Let us all watch your new project progress.
Geoff Pearce
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Re: ORLIC

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All wings fitted electrics done and programmed
LMA inspection done, can now get on with covering

SteveArchibald
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Re: ORLIC

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She is a big bird, yet another one for the one day build list.

Geoff Pearce
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Re: ORLIC

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Started covering wings ,
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Peter Balcombe
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Don’t forget to feather the edges of the ply where they join Geoff.
Can’t see anything prepared but maybe you have a cunning plan ;)
Peter

Geoff Pearce
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Peter Balcombe wrote:
26 Oct 2019, 13:11
Don’t forget to feather the edges of the ply where they join Geoff.
Can’t see anything prepared but maybe you have a cunning plan ;)
Peter
Feathering done Peter,no cunning plan I'm afraid

Geoff Pearce
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Re: ORLIC

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One wing now covered

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Looks good Geoff.
Keep up the good work :)

Ted
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Re: ORLIC

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This is what I use, perfect for long life and strength.
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MDev
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Re: ORLIC

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Well done, very neat, covering next week? I’ll bring me old jeans! Square meter equals a cuppa tea.....

Geoff Pearce
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Re: ORLIC

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MDev wrote:
02 Nov 2019, 19:39
Well done, very neat, covering next week? I’ll bring me old jeans! Square meter equals a cuppa tea.....
1/2 cup then!

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