November 2008 Issue
Build Your Skills: Fabric
We’ll apply the first chemical coat and look at the rationale for rib-lacing.
The fabric has been applied to the airplane structure, it’s been tightened properly, and now it’s time to apply the first chemical coat to seal it. Ron Alexander takes you through the process and also introduces the various ways of attaching the fabric.
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