Build a rib jig

Randolph, Randy
January 2002
Model Airplane News;Jan2002, Vol. 130 Issue 1, p124
Presents a method in creating a rib for an airplane wing. Benefits from sliced ribs; Importance of the depth of the sliced rib in a tapered double-surface wing; Procedures in constructing a rib.


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