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Good choice on the WNW Camel. There is a ...

May 19 2017 at 12:14 PM
chek  (Login chek_16)
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Response to Taking the Plunge......rigging a biplane

... great article here: http://www.ww1aircraftmodels.com/page6.html

which should help. The WNW rigging recommendations in their instructions would be:
(0.12 mm)2 lb test, (0.15mm) 3 lb test. Nylon thread will respond well to shrinking with heat.

The flat version of EZ line is more suitable for the flattened RAF flying wires, which can appear thick or thin depending on the viewing angle, due to their aerodynamic cross section. The adjustable turnbuckle type end fittings by Gaspatch provide a 'tongue' to attach the flat thread to, But many find the 1/48 scale ones look better for 1/32 scale.

 
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