Well, same as many of the older airplane plans. There’s a template that comes in the plans. The plans also gives a length and a spar center so between all that I just made a copy from a local blueprint copy place and cut it out with a scissors. Drew around it, made some adjustments with the spar centers and just went with it.How did you define the curve for jig? And thanks to Jim for the answer about the thickness of the wing skin.
I mean jig for bending steamed rod. When you take out the steamed slats from the jig, they are unbent.
And I bought the plans V-Witt, I waited three months by mail!
I have not. I’ve done volume measuring and I just don’t care for it because of the time it takes to scrape it out and the fixed sizes.Looking good Mike. With those high quality jigs and gusset patterns you’re just about ready to go into production making kits!
Hey, have you tried 2oz condiment cups for mixing epoxy? They’re cheap as dirt on amazon and I find them a little easier to use when weighing epoxy.
Gotcha. Yeah, that’s how I originally tried it. For me it was too messy and time consuming. I experimented with different ways and now I just squirt it in to a piece of index card material and hold it vertically while I scrape it off on to a mixing paper with one scrape using a another piece of index card. It just worked out perfect for me that way. Extremely fast and zero waste.I shoulda been more clear. I too weigh my T-88 out, I just use the little cup to keep everything contained and portable.