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Posted by DLGjunkyard | Oct 18, 2013 @ 12:24 PM | 10,925 Views
I thought I would open up a section of my blog for eye candy.

I cut a whole bunch of highload 60 tail and wing cores and turns out a softer lighter foam is more suitable for textreme wings so Im not seeing uber light weight parts just yet but the highload 60 is much more dent resistant. My next foam cutting session will be when I up my game and start doing full carbon parts. Its just so darn nice to work with and even nicer to gaze upon. ...Continue Reading
Posted by DLGjunkyard | Apr 22, 2013 @ 07:52 PM | 13,786 Views
The carbon tow commonly used is 1k tow or perhaps 3k tow to avoid and bumps in the skins surface. I got my hands on some super fine 6k tow and with a bit of work it can be mashed flat enough to be bump free. The tow must be swimming in resin when rolled. If you plan or rolling it after taking out the excess resin its nearly impossible.This tow may not look as neat as 1k tow but keep in mind in theory it is 6 times the amount. It has made for zero twist from torsional loads on a DLG wing which translates into higher launches ...Continue Reading
Posted by DLGjunkyard | Dec 30, 2011 @ 05:44 AM | 19,588 Views
One example which can be purchased

Inside the plastic cover there is a a small PCB with 2 male servo connector that shares + - and signal!
What I do is to remove the plastic cover and cut the PCB signal layer on the PCB. Then I solder a new signal Cable with a female servo uni plug. And there you have a good functional harness for the fuselage!

The diagram below is just to show the basic principal of a shared system V V V V V V V
Posted by DLGjunkyard | Dec 24, 2011 @ 04:33 AM | 21,240 Views
a small description and diagram of how I cut kevlar hinges for my glider control surfaces

note:Read the text file down below . The diagram corresponds with the text file.The text should be read first to get the most out of the diagram