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The 'What did you do in your workshop tonight?' thread

Discussion in 'Giant / Scale RC General Discussions' started by Xpress, Sep 13, 2014.

  1. dhal22

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    The worst thing about your son working in your shop is the best thing I've read. Make a mess son, just learn how to use your hands, head and tools. Highschool engineering project and he made a can crusher. And a mess.

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  2. dhal22

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    More......

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    Need some help and or advice. How make a canopy.
    Got bulkheads in place for the canopy and all set up. But no matter how I try cannot get the stringers to conform from the front to the back. Even tried cutting 1/8 square stringers and soaked them in winded but bib not work.
    Need to find another way to make a canopy and change my thinking but this is not working
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  7. dhal22

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    Great saw, I'm still learning pinless saw tricks. Another eBay classic, they aren't made like that anymore.
     
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    Can you glue one joint at a time with thin ca?
     
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  9. BalsaDust

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    my advice is to order nice blades. I have a couple sets of the cheap pinless blades from Lowe’s. I believe they are made my Bosch abs they work fine but are very sensitive to using too much pressure and will break easy. I got a nicer set a couple years ago and they hold a lot better.
     
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  10. It does take some time, I strip planked the turtle deck on my Cherokee, it's the best solution when the surface is bending in two or more directions. One strip at a time!
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