|Sep 26, 2007, 08:18 PM|
Joined Nov 2003
Building jig advice
I was going to start on my first scle project, Chris Williams' 1/6 Begfalke. I was wondering if there are any good tips on setting up a fuse building jig. I have only built Thermal Duration RES type planes that don't use a fuse jig.
|Sep 27, 2007, 06:12 AM|
The jig is built by gluing braces onto a piece of plate glass using CA. When you are done the CA scrapes off easily. You can draw lines on it with grease pencil and all in all it worked very well.
I've got some pictures, but I can't find them right now.
Edit: BTW, we got our plate glass by asking for scraps at a place that makes things like shower stalls. If you just walk in to buy, the price is astronomical, but the scrap heap was FREE. We got a shower door for a few buck tip to the guy who pointed it out.
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