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    • oipigface
      There are two grub screws in these, and three threaded holes for them to fit in. The middle hole is to secure the pin, the other two are for the splines. Two are needed so that the screw is accessible whichever way the servo is oriented. This one is new, so there is no question of glue.  I had a look on the web for pin pushers. There seem to be two kinds. One is for pushing pins accurately into a piece of wood or board, the other for applying many tonnes of pressure to the enormous pins in caterpillar tracks. I thought there might be something like the latter (only smaller) that I could use. Otherwise it’s back to wire and hammer.
    • Peter G
      I had a chat with Kjell Sture at the Welsh Open and he recommended the following layup: Wing - outer C130HM carbon, thicker herex, inside C60HM Fus - reinforced with C130HM I suspect that it is the same as the F3F HM extra strong listed on the web site as that was the price. I think it will come out about 2.3kg all up, which is quite heavy for a model designed for light winds but I have always gone for the heaviest / strongest layups available (saying that, there is a heavier Arkona editon layup available, I think these come out at over 2.4kg). Others prefer lighter wings in a light wind model, but who knows, I might decide I like it in all conditions and the lighter wings are not so great when you have a 4.5kg model in 22ms winds. You are right about the sections, I think they had to tweak their RDS systems to get them to fit the thinner wing.
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