RC-135S Cobra Ball - WIP - Part XII

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RC-135S Cobra Ball - WIP - Part XII

Joined: June 28th, 2007, 7:33 am

September 6th, 2011, 1:10 pm #1

Hi to all Visitors and my H.S. friends in particular !
here is another small update to my RC-135S project .

I left the fuselage assembly to cure and stabilize for more than a week, then reinforced the joints with CA gel that worked as filler also, most of the lost panelling already rescribed .








some more pics of the main landing gear wells







some other details





the fuel vent under the tail was replaced with a section of hypodermic needle



I joined the 3 lower sections of the wings and reinforced the wings with 1.6 mm. steel rods







the complete lower wings joined to the fuselage









That's all for now - many thanks for looking, any comments/critiques/suggestions very wellcome and appreciated .

Bye


Alberto Accumolli

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September 6th, 2011, 1:21 pm #2

Great details in the wheel wells, excellent work. I've been watching your wips since the start and what i've seen all is very well done and I will follow that until you finish your model. Ciao amico mio.

Serge Dompierre
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Joined: November 21st, 2006, 3:54 pm

September 6th, 2011, 3:13 pm #3

Hi to all Visitors and my H.S. friends in particular !
here is another small update to my RC-135S project .

I left the fuselage assembly to cure and stabilize for more than a week, then reinforced the joints with CA gel that worked as filler also, most of the lost panelling already rescribed .








some more pics of the main landing gear wells







some other details





the fuel vent under the tail was replaced with a section of hypodermic needle



I joined the 3 lower sections of the wings and reinforced the wings with 1.6 mm. steel rods







the complete lower wings joined to the fuselage









That's all for now - many thanks for looking, any comments/critiques/suggestions very wellcome and appreciated .

Bye


Alberto Accumolli

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Soooo, bless my soul, what great detailing work, great stuff sir.

regards gk
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Joined: January 30th, 2004, 2:49 am

September 6th, 2011, 3:42 pm #4

Hi to all Visitors and my H.S. friends in particular !
here is another small update to my RC-135S project .

I left the fuselage assembly to cure and stabilize for more than a week, then reinforced the joints with CA gel that worked as filler also, most of the lost panelling already rescribed .








some more pics of the main landing gear wells







some other details





the fuel vent under the tail was replaced with a section of hypodermic needle



I joined the 3 lower sections of the wings and reinforced the wings with 1.6 mm. steel rods







the complete lower wings joined to the fuselage









That's all for now - many thanks for looking, any comments/critiques/suggestions very wellcome and appreciated .

Bye


Alberto Accumolli

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Joined: June 28th, 2007, 7:33 am

September 6th, 2011, 5:31 pm #5

Great details in the wheel wells, excellent work. I've been watching your wips since the start and what i've seen all is very well done and I will follow that until you finish your model. Ciao amico mio.

Serge Dompierre
Many thanks for your comment Serge,I greatly appreciated it and I'm very proud of your judgment about my work !!!

Ciao , mon ami'

Alberto


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September 6th, 2011, 5:34 pm #6

Soooo, bless my soul, what great detailing work, great stuff sir.

regards gk
Many thanks, I appreciated !!!!

Alberto

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September 6th, 2011, 5:35 pm #7

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Many thanks for your kindly comment !!!!

Alberto Accumolli

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Joined: March 6th, 2005, 7:44 am

September 6th, 2011, 6:43 pm #8

Hi to all Visitors and my H.S. friends in particular !
here is another small update to my RC-135S project .

I left the fuselage assembly to cure and stabilize for more than a week, then reinforced the joints with CA gel that worked as filler also, most of the lost panelling already rescribed .








some more pics of the main landing gear wells







some other details





the fuel vent under the tail was replaced with a section of hypodermic needle



I joined the 3 lower sections of the wings and reinforced the wings with 1.6 mm. steel rods







the complete lower wings joined to the fuselage









That's all for now - many thanks for looking, any comments/critiques/suggestions very wellcome and appreciated .

Bye


Alberto Accumolli

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Alberto:

Your work is excellent...the Cobra Ball looks super, with all the detail that you have put into it. It will surely be a masterpiece when it is finished.
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September 6th, 2011, 7:35 pm #9

Many thanks Marvin !!! hope your kind thought could become true !!!!!

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Alberto

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September 6th, 2011, 9:45 pm #10

Hi to all Visitors and my H.S. friends in particular !
here is another small update to my RC-135S project .

I left the fuselage assembly to cure and stabilize for more than a week, then reinforced the joints with CA gel that worked as filler also, most of the lost panelling already rescribed .








some more pics of the main landing gear wells







some other details





the fuel vent under the tail was replaced with a section of hypodermic needle



I joined the 3 lower sections of the wings and reinforced the wings with 1.6 mm. steel rods







the complete lower wings joined to the fuselage









That's all for now - many thanks for looking, any comments/critiques/suggestions very wellcome and appreciated .

Bye


Alberto Accumolli

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