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John M OshustManzanoLaser Royal Aircraft Factory B.E.12aBuild01-Apr-15 17:30
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I started by slicing the cherry blank to sizes that will permit two aircrews, a primary and a backup for when I screw up!
John M OshustManzanoLaser Royal Aircraft Factory B.E.12aBuild01-Apr-15 17:29
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So far so good. I am trying to keep my shaping down to a minimum. If this air screw does not work out I will try again.
John M OshustManzanoLaser Royal Aircraft Factory B.E.12aBuild01-Apr-15 17:28
Views : 240
The cross lap joint was relatively easy with the help of this “little friend”.
John M OshustManzanoLaser Royal Aircraft Factory B.E.12aBuild01-Apr-15 13:35
Views : 246
Ordnance completed on to airscrew fabrication!
John M OshustManzanoLaser Royal Aircraft Factory B.E.12aBuild31-Mar-15 13:50
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There are a few airscrews trapped in this cherry blank. The next task is to set a four bladed one free for Ogre!
John M OshustManzanoLaser Royal Aircraft Factory B.E.12aBuild31-Mar-15 13:49
Views : 249
A bit of ordnance, after all the fourth of July is just around the corner!
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John M OshustManzanoLaser Royal Aircraft Factory B.E.12aBuild30-Mar-15 18:57
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At last a harbinger of spring. Crocus longiflorus. Unfortunately not the saffron variety. Snow showers possible tonight. Ho hum!
John M OshustManzanoLaser Royal Aircraft Factory B.E.12aBuild30-Mar-15 10:33
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Spatial orientation for the pending air screw fabrication. Awaiting the wood supply.
John M OshustManzanoLaser Royal Aircraft Factory B.E.12aBuild29-Mar-15 14:56
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The aerodynamically superb air scoop is tweaked a tad.
John M OshustManzanoLaser Royal Aircraft Factory B.E.12aBuild29-Mar-15 14:55
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The air scoop is securely held in place with a bungee made from some elastic chord. Two faux turn buckles inserted into the engine pit wall, hold the bungee in place. I would not be surprised if the real BE12a used a similar method.
John M OshustManzanoLaser Royal Aircraft Factory B.E.12aBuild29-Mar-15 14:54
Views : 262
Third time was the charm for the air scoop. The first fabrication utilized card stock, the second sheet styrene. The third and, fortunately, final attempt Al roof flashing....Bingo...success! I added a patina to eliminate the annoying glare.
John M OshustManzanoLaser Royal Aircraft Factory B.E.12aBuild29-Mar-15 08:13
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Being true to his word my little pal, our little friend, Gumby, departed this day. With his worldly necessities in his little travel package he is off to lands south of the border. Mexico is his destination. He believes that employment there is easy to find, due to the vast numbers of illegal immigrants traveling north.
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