I’m following your landing gear door fabrication with interest. I have a few models in my queue that I want to install doors on and have read a few threads on techniques. Your’s is the first I’ve seen using Monokote over the door surface. I take it that you applied it at low heat just to tack it flat? No glue residue when you pull it up?
I’ve wrestled with the some considerations of the process. Because the glass is laid on top of the wing, you have an impression, or mold, of the top of the wing *under* the glass. I’m under the impression that if you want the gear doors to match the surface of the wing that the glass for the doors should be laid-up inside of the mold. At the same time though, we’re talking about a 1/16”-thick door here. Not thick enough to matter. I guess I’d just be making more work for myself.
Will you be making the inner doors as well, or leaving them out of this build?