You are more than welcome!AndKite wrote:
Big shoutout to Revhed for all basic dimensions and guidance! Thanks a lot!
Thanks, im so grateful for the time saved and being confident in that what i build is at least not completely off the charts =)revhed wrote: You are more than welcome!
But I will not take all the credit for most of what I have learned is from MISTER FK24!
Like almost all of the refined designs today, if they even acknowledge it or not.
I built KBHFs before any dedicated forums even existed and they worked, but it was not until I had the pleasure and honor to meet and befriend FK24 that my builds took on good form.
So I will relay thank yous to him!
He is always so willing to share and is just plain a nice guy!
By the way there are things in the oven even as we speak!
Please do share a photo! When you say "add a triangle" what do you mean? Do you just build up a triangular shape of epoxy and chopped carbon, or do you actually add a triangle of some sort and then build around it? Please show me what you mean.revhed wrote: Suggestions for you and other DIYers
As there is tons of stress at the top of the strut where it connects to the board plate, I add a right trangle with the right angle at the L E and T E and the ends even with the front and back of the plate.
Then add chopped carbon to fillet the 90° at the sides using a 3 cm round guide O.D.
profile the tiiangle reinforcements and lay up over.
This is not rocket sceince it just makes low teck structral sence I think.
Do you need a photo?
Sorry for the second photo my camera battery is dead, but you should get the idea.AndKite wrote:
Please do share a photo! When you say "add a triangle" what do you mean? Do you just build up a triangular shape of epoxy and chopped carbon, or do you actually add a triangle of some sort and then build around it? Please show me what you mean.
Thank you! Very happy to hear that! Demian has been laying most of the stuff, but the wings i did myself =)tkettlepoint wrote:great layup on the wings... keep up the great work... love seeing all the people building ..
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