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Old 01-23-2023, 06:52 AM
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I'm building an Atlas kit from Eureka for a friend.
The cutting of the parts is irreproachable, very beautiful kit.
It's very nice to put the pieces together.
The fuselage requires some construction experience to be sure it is straight.
So for reasons of simplicity and to be sure to have a straight fuselage; I cut out the upper part of the frames to mount the sides flat on the site around the axis of symmetry.
Claude
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I pull a string along the center line.
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To pull a string along the center line is good idea.
Very heavy sanding session to round the balsa.






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