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Rotor Build Part 5: Conclusion
Posted by J.S. Decker on May 9, 2008, 19:27


This is the final part of the Rotor build log.  I have not included much detail on finishing, but I have also included a couple a photos from taken while finishing the fuse and LEís of the wing and stab.





Rotor Build Part 4: Internal Bits
Posted by J.S. Decker on May 9, 2008, 19:26

In this part, fabrication and installation of the internal parts is demonstrated.  The internal parts include the ballast tube, crush blocks, servo trays, canopy formers, and other parts that you canít see from the outside of the plane.




Rotor Build Part 3: Fin and Stab Installation
Posted by J.S. Decker on May 3, 2008, 15:27

After getting the wings mounted, it is time to mount the fin and stab.




Rotor Build Part 2: Pitcheron/Wingeron Hardware Installation
Posted by J.S. Decker on Apr 27, 2008, 15:59

The first major assembly step is to install the pitcheron/wingeron hardware.



Rotor Build Part 1: Preassembly and Component Weights
Posted by J.S. Decker on Apr 26, 2008, 21:13

Thought I would share my typical TWF assembly procedure.  This particular TWF is my version of a Rotor. 





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Build Logs
Rotor Build Part 5: Conclusion
Rotor Build Part 4: Internal Bits
Rotor Build Part 3: Fin and Stab Installation
Rotor Build Part 2: Pitcheron/Wingeron Hardware Installation
Rotor Build Part 1: Preassembly and Component Weights


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