Now for the boring words, since i have some time to write them
All of the ribs and gear plate are 1/4'' 5-ply aircraft plywood. They are laminated w/ 1 layer of 3k carbon cloth on each side w/ each layer of cloth oriented 45* to the other. The ribs are notched to fit into the semi-spar, and the gear-plate slides into place in the slots in the false ribs.
The Gear plate has an additional piece of 1/4'' thick x 1/2'' wide aircraft ply doubler in the area of the landing gear bolts.
the Plywood ''semi-spar'' that runs the parallel to the span of the wing is 1/8'' 5-ply aircraft ply w/ lightening holes cut into it and rests roughly 1/8'' below the surface on the top and bottom.
I replaced as much of the foam core that was removed back into the wing before it was sheeted. I used Hysol to glue the wood parts to each other, and Gorilla Poly-U glue to glue the wood parts to the foam. the Wing also had the leading edge installed BEFORE sheeting the wing. the reason for this, is I designed the gear structure to use the leading edge as part of it. So in order for the forward mount to transfer stress to the leading edge and the LE to transfer stress to the rest of the wing, the sheeting was placed over the leading edge, so the LE is sandwiched by the wing skins and the skins transfer the load to the rest of the wing from the LE.
The only thing i would do different, is make the gear plate approximately 1'' longer in span that what is shown in the photo's and move the outboard false rib out with it as well.