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Different Type of Balsa????

Old 06-04-2004, 12:25 PM
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Default Different Type of Balsa????

Hi,
As I have discussed in other threads, I am in the process of building / modifying a 2m glider kit...

One thing that I have to do is re-make the sides of the fuze do alter the shape of the nose area...
The Balsa that I have got from a model shop seems to be different from the one that the kit is made out of.
The Balsa that is in the kit seems to have a more noticable grain in the wood, while the new sheet that I have seems very plain and blank...

Are there different types of Balsa??? Do they have different strengths???

Could anyone suggest other methods of extending a fuze where a solid nose block is mounted so a bulkhead holding a electric motor can be attached???

Any suggestions would be useful...

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Old 06-04-2004, 02:25 PM
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Default RE: Different Type of Balsa????

Here are a few sites for finding out about balsa. http://www.pelaero.com.au/Density%20chart.htm http://www.mat.uc.pt/~pedro/ncientif...s/techbal.html

Dru.

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