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FJ1 Fury Collaboration
FJ1 Fury Collaboration
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Fury Fuselage Development.pdf
Inside look at the fuse.
One section roll-formed.
Wing finished and waiting to be mounted onto fuse.
Laying it out.
Finished product sans canopy.
it will be-possible to deliver a short kit of it
Fury nose section.
Here is the actual size of the intake. 4.6" sq.
Yard stick for ref. on size.
Former's and Horiz. upper stabs.
Rest of the fuse.
Inside without formers. This will be glassed later.
No former in place so the snout is a little out of round.
Formers test fitted.
Former test fitted to nose.
Improved nose job with former test-fitted into place.
A study hand doesn't hurt.
You can barely make out the bevels at the end of the white foam.
Roll forming the mid-section.
Another shot of roll forming.
It doesn't look like it made a difference, but it allows you to form up the piece without any crinks.
This would not do this without roll forming it first.
Taped together to give you a size relationship.
Another shot. No formers glued in yet.
Top and bottom skins
Closeup of upper skin. The cuts are on the formers.
This is a test to see if anyone catches the mistake. The horiz. stab. is just sitting in the slot.
This is for a flying stab. So the dowel can be glued to the stab.
#3 sub assembly.
Two section tail assembly.
Next fuselage sub assembly.
Tail unit looking aft. Section 7
Another shot. These holes are about 1 3/4" Dia.
Exhaust section of tail. This last former is one we talked about having to open it up or completely cut it out for fan exhaust.
Sub assembly of tail components. Shows 3" Dia. hole.
Section 6 of 7 sections making up the fuse.
Another view of section 7.
Sub-assembly of section 6 and 5 looking aft. 3" hole.
Other view of sub-assembly 6 and 5 looking toward nose.
Sub-assembly of section 5 and 4 looking towards the front.
Another view of 5 and 4.
Number 3 section.
You can barely see the reflection of the colored foil in the gun sight holes. They will, depending on the angled viewed, will shine on the clear plastic like the real thing.
You can see the colored foil in the holes.
Compared to flat wing.
Starting to bevel leading and trailing edges with roller. I stole this from my wife.
I roll-formed the wing over a 2" dowel I had. You can see it comes pretty close, in government work.
leading edge to mid wing airfoil view.
Underside of the wing. You can just see the airfoil form. I laminated the under wing printed paper after the wing was roll formed. I need to patch the white area of the underside of right wing.
Top wing. This is a really quick way to get a wing done.
Having a build space problem
I remember seeing more before my migration north
making the mold discussion
plans drawn from 3view in magazine
front end view
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