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C17 Globemaster III - PSS

PSS (Power Scale Soaring) scale jets for the slope.
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Andy.Meade
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C17 Globemaster III - PSS

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From CAD to slope - mine is aiming to be ready for her maiden in April at our first meet
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Peter Balcombe
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Looks very nice Andy.
Is the fuselage construction using foam blanks between the inner/outer former rings?

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Hi Peter and thanks.

The tail section was white foam blocked, but most of the nose section up until just behind the windscreen is stringers and planking. Foam parts were then brown paper'ed, then everything glassed. I should mention that the fuselage splits just behind the TE of the wing, and the joiner consists of 3x 25mm carbon tubes.

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You need to get that grass cut Andy. Poor old Brian will be having palpitations...(again)

8-) :lol: 8-) :lol:

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I'll get round to it once it's above the knees :D

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That's all very well, but we have to think of Brian's sanity.☺😊😀

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