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John CooperComet Curtis Hawk P6-EFlying11-Feb-08 23:05
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Doing well for the first session with flights around 40 sec.
John CooperComet Curtis Hawk P6-EParked06-Feb-08 19:31
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The heavy Peck prop, at 3.5 g, account for 1/3 the weight of the model. It also balances the plane without adding nose weight.
John CooperComet Curtis Hawk P6-EParked06-Feb-08 19:28
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The completed P-6 comes in at 10.3 g (without rubber). Just a little over my target wieght.
John CooperComet Curtis Hawk P6-EBuild04-Feb-08 22:43
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Rigging is done with a needle and thread and is sewn through the structure. Note that the proper dihedral is now restored.
John CooperComet Curtis Hawk P6-EBuild04-Feb-08 22:40
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The frail structure bends and looses it dihedral under the weight of the wings. Bracing wire is essential.
John CooperComet Curtis Hawk P6-EBuild04-Feb-08 22:38
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Lego makes a great jig to line up the wings.
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John CooperComet Curtis Hawk P6-EBuild04-Feb-08 22:37
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Interplanes are installed on the lower wing first.
John CooperComet Curtis Hawk P6-EBuild04-Feb-08 22:36
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At this weight and size, a tiny drop of CA is all that is needed to cement the cabanes in place.
John CooperComet Curtis Hawk P6-EBuild04-Feb-08 22:34
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A blatant violation of the Guillows rule: "All frames covered with tissue before assembly"
John CooperComet Curtis Hawk P6-EBuild04-Feb-08 22:32
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A card stock jig holds the wing for the cabane struts to be installed
John CooperComet Curtis Hawk P6-EBuild04-Feb-08 22:30
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The cockpit area was built from light tracing paper laminated with tissue paper.
John CooperComet Curtis Hawk P6-EBuild29-Jan-08 22:49
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The covered fuselage reveals the scale inaccuracies of this dime scale plan.
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