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scigs30Guillows Series 1000 - P-47 ThunderboltBuild24-Jun-15 13:32
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Ready for Fubber flight
scigs30Guillows Series 1000 - P-47 ThunderboltParked18-Jun-15 23:18
Views : 378
scigs30Guillows Series 1000 - P-47 ThunderboltParked18-Jun-15 23:18
Views : 312
scigs30Guillows Series 1000 - P-47 ThunderboltParked18-Jun-15 23:18
Views : 366
scigs30Guillows Series 1000 - P-47 ThunderboltParked18-Jun-15 23:18
Views : 301
scigs30Guillows Series 1000 - P-47 ThunderboltBuild18-Jun-15 23:17
Views : 402
No paint, covered with Guillows Grey White and Red. Also Peck Green and Black tissue.
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scigs30Guillows Series 1000 - P-47 ThunderboltBuild18-Jun-15 23:17
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Laser Cut Guillows P-47 Built from rubber power.
mattolsonGuillows Series 1000 - P-47 ThunderboltBuild10-Mar-15 20:16
Views : 329
Wing all sparred out and ready for carving and sanding.
mattolsonGuillows Series 1000 - P-47 ThunderboltBuild10-Mar-15 20:14
Views : 311
Wing basic frame
mattolsonGuillows Series 1000 - P-47 ThunderboltBuild02-Mar-15 18:18
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Fuselage almost completely framed.
mattolsonGuillows Series 1000 - P-47 ThunderboltParked02-Mar-15 18:17
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Fitting the sliding canopy.
mattolsonGuillows Series 1000 - P-47 ThunderboltBuild26-Feb-15 19:48
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New build. The balsa is pretty crappy(light and weak) with this model, so what I usually do with these pieces is to; 1. Cut out the parts very carefully. 2. Give each piece a coat of 50/50 elmers white or wood glue (I prefer the wood glue). 3. Lay on a flat surface that hase wax paper covering it. 4. Cover with another piece of wax paper and top off with some heavy books. This will prevent the wood from warping when drying. 5. Allow to dry for a couple of days (patience little beavers) 6. After dry, give a light sanding on all glue edges and outside surfaces... Its not good for weight, so flyers beware, but it sure makes a strudy piece, albeit a lot of work and time (which we do anyway for this hobby).
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