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Old Apr 28, 2012, 11:22 AM
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The other good glue is "white" gorrilla glue. It's one of the glues that foams with moisture, but if carefully applied is easier to get a clean join than with epoxy. Works very well with foam. But there are so few joints on the SWEP that almost any good glue will work as long as you pick foam compatible products.

The other thing you should consider buying is a "watt" meter. Primary purpose is to keep from burning up your setup; once you're comfortable with the basic setup it lets you play with different props, etc. You'll probably get an e-mail from tower giving you free shipping on a $50 order thats good for about two weeks after your primary shipment arrives --- it makes sure you're covered on the things you forgot.
Motors can get wet. But drip some light machine oil into the bearings if they do to protect against rust.
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