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Jan 10, 2007, 03:01 PM
MY DREAM: FLYING
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Hello!
Had some work on tail wheel/gear.
The fork is made from hard plastic,and the lock is 1.5 alu.
All will be actuated by a servo or an air cylinder ( not for sure yet ) thru a bowden cable.
Wheel is a self-made mock-up, for testing

Jimmy
Jan 10, 2007, 04:40 PM
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Hi Jimmy,
Keep it coming... we are watching with interest!
Jan 11, 2007, 09:54 AM
MY DREAM: FLYING
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Hi McMyers!
In the end, This is how WING loks at this time!
Not so much improvement,but for the last month of 2006 is pretty much
X-mas and the Meeting with The New 2007 Year, stolen from me the precious time .... reserved to my dear P-47.
Starting a new year with fresh forces ( I hope ! ).
Between news, mounting the main gear aux. doors ( don't know how to actuate them yet ),testing the flaps and push-pull system on single servo, mounting the aileron servos, each with it's servo,completing the front edge of wing with a 5mm. balsa sheet and trying to resolve the wing-to-fuse attachment lines on back side of wing ( flaps region ) ... for the moment not so glad to do this job.
Also work on fitting the Belly Pan on wing and fuse .... an unusual way to mount the wing to fuse ( my opinion ).Maybe will be an Registred Trade-Mark
Explanation:
After mounting the wing, over the mid part of wing and over the end part of fuse will be mounted the Belly, a separate piece ..... Uah
As I can, will post a photo ..... probably understand better than my poor english
Till then Your's
Jimmy
Jan 11, 2007, 10:04 AM
MY DREAM: FLYING
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Sorry!
Got to make a correction!
The hinges and the hardening are made of 3mm. PLY
And the door ( to prevent changing the form ) a ply-like balsa sandwich with GF cloth and resin.
Jimmy
Jan 13, 2007, 12:09 AM
Crash-a-holic
Looking great!

Keep it up!
Jan 14, 2007, 06:43 AM
ARFs Are Me
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Excellent work, as usual.

I'll be followingg along to see what I can learn from you.
Jan 15, 2007, 10:12 AM
MY DREAM: FLYING
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Hello Tom
Hello Merlin
Today had some cockpit work.
Rudder pedals and armour plate got their first coat of paint.
Stick is on position.
Tonight some gunsight & suport ... but first some photo study
Here a couple of pics ... but the quality is .
When the cockpit is done, hope to get a real camera with macro to make some better photos
Your's
Jimmy
Jan 15, 2007, 01:11 PM
r/c...the ultimate hobby!
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wow this thing is going to be sweet!! keep the pics coming.
Jan 15, 2007, 03:35 PM
ARFs Are Me
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Nice work, jimmy. I love detailed cockpits. First thing I look at on a scale model.
Jan 15, 2007, 06:34 PM
Registered User
Yes keep them coming, this plane looks great.
Jan 15, 2007, 08:27 PM
Crash-a-holic
Wow, that cockpit looks incredible!
Jan 16, 2007, 09:53 AM
MY DREAM: FLYING
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Quote:
Originally Posted by CanadianEh
Yes keep them coming, this plane looks great.
Quote:
Originally Posted by Evil_Merlin
Wow, that cockpit looks incredible!
Quote:
Originally Posted by TomCrump
Nice work, jimmy. I love detailed cockpits. First thing I look at on a scale model.
Quote:
Originally Posted by redflyboy122
wow this thing is going to be sweet!! keep the pics coming.
Hi folks!
This afernoon had some gunsight study, and discover that the starting scheme was wrong.
Must rebuild the gunsight, don't like how it looks.
Also cmpleted the rear end of wing/fuse connection ( in the end ! ) remains the front piece of wing-to-fuse connection.
Also had a sanding portion of wing sheeting.
For tonight had to think how will actuate the ruder ( by wires or by bowden cable ).This will be the next step, before the fuse sheeting.
Not too much news for the moment .
Tour's
Jimmy
Jan 24, 2007, 04:06 AM
MY DREAM: FLYING
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Hello!
1.This is how the gunsight looks.
2.After more colour options, offered by Net and some books, MY definitive colour combination on Gaby's plane.
For the moment, making samples for the front part of the cabin ( missing details ), gunsight mount,instrument panel mount,rudder pedalls.
Also fitting the root of the wing on fuse.
Between finesses,some routine work on a .40 engine powered trainer 1600mm. span est. weight 3kg.( spring is not so far and got to be ready ).
Seeya!
Jimmy
Jan 24, 2007, 03:54 PM
ARFs Are Me
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Jimmy

Are you using web shots of the colors, or actuall paint chips?


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