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The Start of The SAB KR84 Design and Build.

Wildthing

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#47
CF Rods inplace and spars glued in. Then servos and outer section of the upper wings going on. Inner sections go on at the very end or I should say after the wing is installed onto the inner structure and the fuse is installed. I hot wired the trailing edge of the upper wing sections so there will be a minimal step .

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Wildthing

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#51
Rear lower formers some holes added to run the esc wires through. The rectangular piece cut out is where the esc will be sitting. Once the fuse is all done and together I will cut a hatch right there and hollow out the remainder of the former.
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Wildthing

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#58
looking great - old school planking with new school materials - what is the hatch for on the underside? :D
That is where the bungee hook is mounted to. I just have to bend a piece of 3/32 wire or so into a hook and it is locked in with the plate.
I have seen guys do the individual little panels, very time consuming but with patience it works, this is score and fold :)
 
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