They don’t come much simpler than this.
What kind of spars on this one? And how was the landing gear made? And (back to your Boraboo) did you just bond the fiberglass leading edge to the ribs? Or the spar as well? Any photos of that process? And how did you come up with the name?
Rotax 618 discusses it concerning his and other Aussie airplanes. Fiberglass is laid up on mylar over a flat surface and draped over a form whilst still in the plastic or "rubbery" stage. The the leading edge shaped form can be in sections. I think I've got that right.....Sorry, I have done a search, but no luck other than this post. Would you point me to the "Russian wing covering technique"? Thanks.
Thanks for the info. One rib-stitching was enough for me - and not even my plane.We didn’t stitch the covering on the Boorabee, the fabric was glued to the ribs (pretty wide flange on the composite ribs) and was then stapled to the ribs using Stainless staples, fired from a pneumatic staple gun, in line with the airflow at about 200mm spacings, then fabric tape applied over the staples. The staples held extremely well in the fibreglass rib flange.