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Thursday, September 11, 2008

Slope Commander- PSS Part 6

I guess that I am not alone in burning some midnight oil trying to beat the dead line for the PSS slope weekend in October and the recent heat wave we have experiencing is not helping, making a person feeling
energy -less during the day.

With 30 days left there is still time left and last night I finish of most of the foam cutting with only the outer tips remaining to be cut.
I hope to start bagging the tail and rudder this weekend.

I am not going to cover the foam cutting (or feather cutter) as this will be a lengthy posting on its own but in the picture below you can see what my foam cutting table looks like.

More on the Slope Aero Commander in Part 7 .

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