|John Stainforth||11/02/2019 10:01:52|
|292 forum posts|
I think there are two issues here - the convention to which the wood is cut, and then the tolerance of the cutting.
|Jonathan M||11/02/2019 10:29:25|
667 forum posts
All good advice, thx. (I did previously enquire about attitude-reassignment procedures but the NHS is a bit stretched at present and going private would wipe out my lifetime budget for the hobby!) In the meantime...
- Mantua carry all the usual metric thicknesses (in 1000mm lengths I need for each wing) but it'd be a three hour round-trip to go in and select for density.
- SLEC machine all their own balsa and can cut to an emailed materials list - will see what this costs compared to buying stock Imperial sheets etc.
Will be doing a separate build-blog in due course. The model is a Quark 2m slow-aerobatic soarer.
Got the last one: **LINK**
Prototype here: **LINK**
Edited By Jonathan M on 11/02/2019 10:33:14
|Tom Sharp 2||12/02/2019 00:52:00|
3382 forum posts
It would seem to me, that in the mini world we work in, it should be Metric Thiness not Metric Thickness.
Edited By Tom Sharp 2 on 12/02/2019 00:59:36
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