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    To be honest I have never experienced a polyester...

    To be honest I have never experienced a polyester layup that did not cure, or have peel quality issues over a fully cured epoxy layup, but now that I think about it I have not even used polyester...
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    If I am a blowhard with anger issues because I...

    If I am a blowhard with anger issues because I told it straight then so be it, fact is you don't understand most of what I was stating because you are ignorant on the subject, you know it, and you...
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    Tom, Please note that I stated: What...

    Tom,

    Please note that I stated: What makes you think that properly catalyzed polyester resin won't cure resting on top of properly hardened epoxy, or any other substrate that is a solid, I...
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    What makes you think that properly catalyzed...

    What makes you think that properly catalyzed polyester resin won't cure resting on top of properly hardened epoxy, or any other substrate that is a solid, that is like saying it won't cure in the...
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    I personally know a few of them right here on RCU...

    I personally know a few of them right here on RCU that give "Expert" opinions on subjects they know very little or nothing about like building, covering, finishing, piloting, and so on. At times they...
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    The longitudinal axis is a reference line even if...

    The longitudinal axis is a reference line even if imaginary that runs the entire length of the fuselage, this line generally runs parallel with one or more longerons, and generally 90 degrees to the...
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    Jim, Generally a reference of incidence is the...

    Jim,

    Generally a reference of incidence is the angle between the cord line of the wing where the wing is mounted to the fuselage, and a reference axis along the fuselage longitudinal axis, so If...
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    Thanks for the information Rick. Bob

    Thanks for the information Rick.

    Bob
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    LOL The first contradiction...

    LOL The first contradiction...
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    As dspeers has stated you now need to take good...

    As dspeers has stated you now need to take good care of your health, personally I would stay away from CA for the rest of your days because generally speaking once the body reaches the toxic level...
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    This subject has potential to become...

    This subject has potential to become interesting.:cool:

    Bob
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    Buzz, you stated I guess you never made a...

    Buzz,

    you stated I guess you never made a mistake or did something foolish?

    Sure I have, everybody has, we learn from our mistakes, we grow from our mistakes, and we move forward from our...
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    As stated above, it just seems to me that there...

    As stated above, it just seems to me that there are other ways to get our models assembled without putting our body's health in jeopardy!"

    Agreed, just a little common sense would take care of...
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    I see your point now, I guess I didn't think...

    I see your point now, I guess I didn't think about it enough, edit complete.

    Bob
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    This post should actually be placed in maybe the...

    This post should actually be placed in maybe the scratch building forum.

    Bob
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    I also love stick building and the use of...

    I also love stick building and the use of gussets, the only real difference between me and allot of builders is I design my airframes based almost solely on extreme lightness and all bond lines that...
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    Agreed, I would not even mess with any other way...

    Agreed, I would not even mess with any other way then epoxy in the application you speak of.

    Bob
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    This was one of my prototype designs so I make...

    This was one of my prototype designs so I make templates from paneling purchased at Home Depot and hand cut the cores with a hot wire.

    Bob
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    Those are carbon fiber tubes that cap over the...

    Those are carbon fiber tubes that cap over the ends of the wing tube, they are placed on the top and bottom of the cores with a series of .25" dia. holes between them allowing the higher density...
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    Gorilla glue really is great stuff as already...

    Gorilla glue really is great stuff as already stated, I like to use it on my wing cores and horizontal foam cores when gluing in tube sockets, servo rails, spar extensions, and root ribs because of...
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    You do realize that if you had of built that...

    You do realize that if you had of built that sailplane using CA instead of Titebond it wouldn't need a winch because it would have been so light that it flew like a home sick angel and the slightest...
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    Do as you please but I use a quality servo and...

    Do as you please but I use a quality servo and clip the spring ends off the spring, been doing it this way for a good many years.

    Bob
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    Both are good glues indeed and as stated already...

    Both are good glues indeed and as stated already consideration must be used when gluing things like sheeting together, but the process of how things are sanded in the end is even more of a...
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    Has the Cobra 400 flown since the maiden and...

    Has the Cobra 400 flown since the maiden and maybe it has already been posted but what was the all up weight?
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