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Ailerons ribs are cut out from the wing ribs then assembled separately.
Minor league hockey game today, the fightingest hockey game I've ever seen. They sold Sweetwater 420 so I had a blast.
Today was a good day then.
I like it.
Working on the 2nd aileron tonight.
Made a little sander to flush fit the aileron gussets.
Bob Smith ca, zap or mercury ca are 3 that I use. Mercury is made right up the street from me but dries in the bottle quicker.
Yes, that gorilla wood glue sets fast. Nice though as construction moves along quicker and it's sandable .
If it's glue I will buy it.
I like to build just haven't in a few years. This build will take 2 -3 years I'm guessing, some of that will be burnout.
It is some sort of white wood glue and is extremely strong. It's not CA quick but I was worried trying to get the ply piece in the trailing edge.
This is the aileron side of the hinge. Practice run, I need to make a brake so I can get tighter bends.
Future hinge anchor locations getting filled in with ply.
Moving right along. I'll have this one done by mid-afternoon.
Dangerous glue. It dries so quick it reminds me of thick CA. Had to use a hammer to get the ply strip in the trailing edge the glue was drying...