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LASTWOODSMANHerr Engineering HRR 105, Fokker D-7Parked27-Apr-17 12:02
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Completed "repair" tissue on jigs, D7 plane, and completed prop lamination planks ready to glue together - Bronze Metallic on one face of the plank, and Burnt Sienna Gloss on the other side of the plank - three layers of brushed on acrylic
LASTWOODSMANHerr Engineering HRR 105, Fokker D-7Parked26-Apr-17 20:49
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Speaking of snakes, I caught one of these "Fox Snakes" bare-handed 50 yrs ago when I was 10. It was 6 feet long and 6" in diameter, trying to slither away fast up the far bank of the creek near our house - I instinctively poounced on him right away with a good firm grip on his neck just behind the head as I held him down with my foot. He coiled right up my arm like the constrictor he is, and I brought him into the kitchen to freak out my mom ... then let him go.
LASTWOODSMANHerr Engineering HRR 105, Fokker D-7Parked26-Apr-17 11:24
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After I broke the rubber on the Cabinaire from too many winds, I just put the plane on the shelf and went to bed. I snapped awake in the middle of the night, with the sudden realization, that that bunched up tightly wound knot of rubber in the back of the fuse, could explode at any time, and take out my other models on the shelf ! I got up and started to cut it out, and it was striking out and snapping at me and the plane, like an angry, coiled up, DIAMOND BACK RATTLESNAKE !! - trying to do more damage right to the very end ... I have 4 fuse tissue panels to replace.
LASTWOODSMANScratch Built Curtiss PusherParked26-Apr-17 10:36
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This is my Ailerons diagram - your diagram showed me that I have to reverse the double elevator control wires on my diagram, to coincide with forward/backward movement of the control stick column/wheel , that push pulls the foreplane rod connected to the foreplane fin on the single foreplane wing - so that elevators and foreplane work synchronously.
LASTWOODSMANScratch Built Curtiss PusherParked26-Apr-17 10:29
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BPGuy - this is my hand drafted diagram of Rudder/Elevator for my model - there is no spinning steering wheel for rudder control, it has aileron and elevator control drive arms (not small horns), "Guide Tubes" and a single pivoting rudder (no fin) with a rudder "Tiller"
David DuckettDumas Kit #503, Boeing AV 8B HarrierReference26-Apr-17 09:36
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This Dumas kit, also from 2010, shows that Dumas has used the blue film on clear plastic parts for years.. I do not remember ever seeing clear parts except for canopies.
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heywoooodDumas Kit #401, Laird Super SolutionParked25-Apr-17 22:19
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couple of questions answered in this picture...
LASTWOODSMANHerr Engineering HRR 105, Fokker D-7Parked25-Apr-17 22:14
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Heywood - this is what I meant when I asked about 3D Isometric (iso) computer drawn pics on the plan. I think just the more recent releases by Dumas have these - I find them very handy! - 18" Spad 7
biplane guyGuillows Series 800 - Stearman PT-17Parked25-Apr-17 19:13
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Curtiss pusher controls
heywoooodDumas Kit #401, Laird Super SolutionParked25-Apr-17 17:58
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ok - might have to see about making the doors and canopy functional / sliding etc..and do a proper cockpit
heywoooodDumas Kit #401, Laird Super SolutionParked25-Apr-17 16:04
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heywoooodDumas Kit #401, Laird Super SolutionParked25-Apr-17 16:03
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one plan sheet - 2 sided - fuselage and gear layout on one side, wings and tail parts on the other side no ISO or 3 view drawings however..
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