Carlson Skunk Works

October 28th, 2010

AMF 14H Maranda SN:1026 Construction Log September 13, 2010

Posted by Roger in AMF 14H Maranda SN1026, news

Work is continuing on the right wing. There sure are a lot of parts to cut and fit once the wing starts looking like a wing!

I have glued all the ribs in place on both sides of both spars. The wing still looks the same as the pictures in my last post, but there are more gussets. Ok, so here is what it looks like.

Right wing

I think that will be the only picture that I post this time. I need to download a few more. However, to bring things up to date, The wing in the picture is now hanging from the ceiling in my garage and the left wing now looks very much like what is in the picture, only the other way around.

The weather has decided that it is time for fall and the normal daily temperatures don’t reach the point where gluing is a reasonable activity on a regular basis. Therefore, I am going to move things back to the basement and start working on smaller assemblies in preparation for assembling the fuselage next summer.

Maybe I will get more time to take pictures and write posts for this blog.