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Sunday, September 21, 2008

Slope Commander - (Atlast) Part 8

20 days gone and less than 20 to go.
I managed to get the wing done today and as far as the schedule is concerned I am falling slightly behind but with a public holiday coming up on Wednesday I should be back on track. In the meantime I have cutout the wing , tail plane and vertical Fin seating’s in the fuse so there is progress.

The airframe is now complete

and next step will be cutting

out and hinging of the moving

More on this build Part 9 (and before you get excited to be posted Thursday or Friday)


Derek Marusich said...

Wow Piet, it's starting to look like an aeroplane now. You has us all very worried last week but good to see you back on track and I'm now sure we'll be seeing your smiley face at Volksrust.


Glen said...

Hey Piet, I see the leg pulling has got you moving on the build again. Credit given where credit is due, she is looking beautiful my friend - look forward to seeing both at Volksrust. Only 19 more sleeps to go!!

Michel said...

Very....Very....Nice.....Piet! Question: are you going to hollow-out the fus to accommodate the radio and servos?