|This is the other end of the spar carrier where I have completed the riveting process.|
This blog is my ramblings about building and flying my airplanes. Its purpose is to give me some kind of documentation of my build process but in truth its only here so I don't have to keep answering the question...what are you working on now? ;-)
Monday, October 8, 2018
This week I spend most of my time working on the bulkheads for the fuselage. This is particularly relaxing because its simple follow the instructions type stuff. I also have very little priming to do on this section of the fuselage because it will never see water. The tail-cone does get wet inside when it rains as water rolls down the vertical stabilizer, under the fairing and into the tail-cone. However there is no place for water to normally enter the forward section of the fuselage so I don't plan on priming anything that is Al-clad.
Posted by Darin Anderson at 6:25 AM