A reprint of 10 Kitplanes Magazine articles by Ron Alexander explaining and demonstrating the techniques and procedures involved in working with fabric.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS:
- Part 1: A bit of a history lesson.
- Part 2: Choosing the "right stuff" for your project.
- Part 3: Making a lasting attachment.
- Part 4: A calibrated iron is integral to the shrinking process.
- Part 5: We'll apply the first chemical coat and look at the rationale for rib-lacing.
- Part 6: Securing the fabric to the wings.
- Part 7: Application of finishing tapes is the next step in the covering process.
- Part 8: A further look at curved surfaces and how to deal with inspection rings, drain gromments and gussets.
- Part 9: Once you have your structures covered and the surfaces prepared, it's time to spray on the chemical coats.
- Part 10: Now that you have your first chemical coats applied, it's time to protect the fabric from the sun before applying color.
- ...from the 'KITPLANES Magazine' Category
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