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Test fit the cutout sheet s to make sure they will fit on your foamboard again make sure there is no water around from your previous step.

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Images View all Images in thread. AND it has the tild of re-enforcing the depron at the same time, which at the moment I do with coloured packing tape. Thank you so much, for supplying free pdf artwork. As long as you have access to a print shop, then I think this is the way to go.

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You can always use 70mm edf units and electronics of your choice, so long as you keep the the CG or Center of Gravity in there correct place on the jet or plane you are building. If it makes the ink colorfast I think it would be lighter than Minwax, clear tape, or laminating film. I spend way to much time decorating when I should be flying.


It looks like a ParkZone Sukhoi. I’m glad you noticed. Step 6 – Finish and Fly Now cut, build, and fly the awesomeness that is your foamboard creation. I am building one now and ran into the same problem PropSpinner on October 19, I hope you enjoy the build and the results. The best foam to use is apparently 6mm thick Depron.

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Sign up now to remove ads between posts. Now I have them use the bar. I love this idea!

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Josue on September 26, I’ll fix it and post the correction tonight. STEP 4 – Apply the new paper skin Spray the back of the printed design with 3M 77 adhesive spray ofamy equivelant and let it air dry for about 10 seconds I have added the paper dimensions as well as a 6 tjled and 10 cm scale bar to the bottom of the Spit-Fire plans. It is great for strengthening EPP foamies and wings sticks better than tape.

Spray the back of the printed design with 3M 77 adhesive spray or equivelant and let it air dry for about 10 seconds My first time with them, they asked what size paper and I guessed at it and it was not to scale.

A buddy and I were building an ft3d yesterday with the green skin and ran into this issue. I would think that this is more of a second model rather than a first attempt, although some may prove me wrong!


Maybe see if anyone at your club works with maps, drafting or engineering and who might have access to a large printer.

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Props Log In to reply. It’s trully free and open source. For expediency, simplicity, and speed I like the pin method best.

I want to redo the article with a picture of a completed airframe s and a link to their associated design pdf files. The paint scheme of this plane does not exist in digital form as of today; but it’s based on factory paint scheme of Zlin Z airplane: He linked the following RCGroup page regarding printing profile skins: Unfortunately there are drawbacks including potential cost or availability to get the printed skin.

Have you or the RCGroup-ies developed a superior adhesion method which would beat the 3M? Measure the scale in vertical and horizontal directions and if it is not to scale ask if this can be adjusted. LooseBruce Log In to reply.

I will definitely try it. STEP 7 – Rate and Comment and if you try this method, send me pics and feedback to update this article with. To try to speed up the building process and still have something that looks cool, I thought I would try something new I will have to try this when I build my Spitfire and Storch.