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Build Thread, Page :  <<   4   5   6   7   8  [ 9 ]  10   11   12   13   14   >>  (347 posts, 20 posts per page, 18 pages in total) [ < Prev ] [ Next > ]
BriandKilby, Image # 3734529 Nov 16 15:02

prop on fuselage.
BriandKilby, Image # 3727825 Nov 16 14:59

prop and fuselage. maybe nose heavy in the end?
BriandKilby, Image # 3727725 Nov 16 14:58

Don C, Comment for image # 3724823 Nov 16 13:28
Brian, I will post a picture of my press. The screw on the knob should catch on the tab shown here.
David Duckett, Comment for image # 3724823 Nov 16 13:06
You need to go to the virtual hardware site.....
BriandKilby, Comment for image # 3724823 Nov 16 12:10
BriandKilby, Image # 3725023 Nov 16 12:10

new drill press!
BriandKilby, Image # 3724923 Nov 16 12:09

front view.
BriandKilby, Image # 3724823 Nov 16 12:08

having trouble as to where screw goes into top lid to inside latch. if anyone has ideas who could help? the screw on top hood is too small for latch on inside.
BriandKilby, Image # 3724723 Nov 16 12:04

inside screw hole.
BriandKilby, Image # 3724623 Nov 16 12:03

hatch top knob.
BriandKilby, Comment for image # 3716919 Nov 16 10:56
thanks don, I just fitted them in place. I already sanded the hub. I might use a dowel for the shaft and put a plastic fuel line over the shaft. I'll check out john's and see how he makes them.
Don C, Comment for image # 3716919 Nov 16 10:50
Told you you could do it! oming right along. If you haven't glued the blades in yet, my suggestion is "Don't". It's really easy to break a blade off while working on the hub. (Experience is a good teacher). Check out John Oshust's builds for a way to make a really simple shaft and bearing for a spinning prop if it isn't a flier.
Don C, Comment for image # 3716919 Nov 16 10:43
BriandKilby, Comment for image # 3716918 Nov 16 16:56
thanks for helping me out sky!
Skyediamonds1985, Comment for image # 3716918 Nov 16 13:22
You're doing an excellent job Briand. Only need a small plastic tube for the center hub to finished it off. Suggest using masking tape around the props to protect from the sand paper. Lightly "detack" the masking tape by sticking it on your clothing a couple of times. Then everything's done, just add a bit of filler to fill in the wood grain to the blades and after light sanding down to the wood, add primer to see any additional work that needs to be done. Then it's just the painting. Well done!
BriandKilby, Image # 3716917 Nov 16 12:56

props in hub fit. sand hub next.
BriandKilby, Image # 3716817 Nov 16 12:54

Don C, Comment for image # 3715115 Nov 16 13:29
You're on your way. It's looking good.
BriandKilby, Image # 3715115 Nov 16 09:28

hub and former.
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