"Did you repair the plane?? have you purchase an other one!!! if you have done so, the best thing you can do is to build a Fiber Glass Mold (make sure the mold goes alltheway to the shoulders where the wings start) of the entire bottom nose, in that…"
"Well I know after reading a bit of what you have been talking with all the people on this forum that you may don't really like my answer, but your ground station have to be specifically tailored to the type of equipment you are using.. My GCS…"
"Yup!! that was the reason I put a landing gear "First" but now I have a custom made "Meaning I was the designer" launch ramp and bungee cord release system... I mean I never have been a very strong man! and the idea of…"
"Well that is kind of sad that you are in the other side of the planet! Never the less I'm more than glad only if in any way I manage to give you some kind of help with your problem. I use a 1.2 Oz Fiberglass mat and is as thin as a piece of…"
"Also just to clarify the whole has been cut right where you install your nose gear and i would have to probably glass the entire thing from outside.
I catapult launch it and yeah so any mislaunch and I get a broken nose to repair!"
"Can anybody suggest some reinforcement ideas for the skywalker nose?
Due to CG constraints we have to place our 450 gms camera gimbal in the nose for which a large hole was cut out.
The system is 5.5 kgs and crashes bad resulting in the nose…"
Well that is kind of sad that you are in the other side of the planet! Never the less I'm more than glad only if in any way I manage to give you some kind of help with your problem. I use a 1.2 Oz Fiberglass mat and is as thin as a piece of paper "The ones used to print on the computer" and it doesn't add that much weight! Also more important than any thing else is the fact that it actually increase the strength of the plane so much that it make the plane almost indestructible, I have seen many many harsh landings that would have destroyed the plane if it wouldn't have been cover in fiberglass.
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