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Silver Wolf25/10/2018 18:20:01
168 forum posts
151 photos

fury_1_sqn_1_by_ws_clave-dpor6g.jpgHopefully this one will get built a little quicker than the chippy, although with two wing's it's asking a lot.

Would be grateful if a mod could make the graphic above the header please.

Late for start of class, at least I've made a start. It will be powered by a laser, not sure what size yet, possibly a 1.20 or 1.55



Will get the tailplane and elevators done next, wings will follow once Danny has done the ground work. But I do need to get some more done on the chippy.




Edited By Silver Wolf on 25/10/2018 18:20:40

Tony Bennett25/10/2018 20:03:39
5080 forum posts
129 photos

nice to have you joining in sir.

i shall follow your build with great interest.

Tony B

McG 696925/10/2018 20:09:18
2732 forum posts
1026 photos

... subscribed as well, SW.

Enjoy your build. yes



john stones 125/10/2018 20:59:50
10765 forum posts
1481 photos

Yep me too, wink

Danny Fenton27/10/2018 00:54:52
9290 forum posts
4117 photos

Some lovely neat balsa work there SW, very impressed!

Having studied the full size from close up. I am going to re-visit the hinges on mine and change to something with the hinge line in the right place, either Robart or glass board hinges with a piano wire rod, much as Martin F is doing.



Andy Sephton 127/10/2018 20:53:55
154 forum posts
392 photos

Good luck SW, it's a challenging build!!!

Silver Wolf13/11/2018 12:45:34
168 forum posts
151 photos

Slow progress, but at least progress.


When cutting the ribs I have noticed that the edge being cut is not as square as I would like.


I normally use several cuts and keep the blade square, but still end up with less than perfect edges.

Not really to much of a problem as these will get sanded square, would be nice to get ab better edge to start with.



Colin Leighfield26/11/2018 07:02:28
5967 forum posts
2494 photos

I find that even taking great care it is very difficult to get a completely “square” cut, frequently I find that I achieve a different “non-square” angle from one end to the other as well! I keep on trying but very rarely succeed.

Silver Wolf20/06/2019 17:33:32
168 forum posts
151 photos

Just a few bits done, have been side tracked with DIY.


Servo rails mounted and push rod layouts planned, this is something that I normally leave to the end


Modified F1 for Laser 80


Getting ready for fun and games with fuselage formers.


Not much building done but now starting to fly regular, really prefer to be outside than being in model shop if the weather is decent.

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