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« on: February 19, 2014, 09:39:25 AM »
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Hello everyone...
While experimenting with coro...I found a good method of repairing small damages and making smooth leading edges...
Friends, my idea is to split the coro ( which is two sheets of plastic with corrugation) into the separate sheets...
These sheets will be rough on the inside due to remaining flutes...
These flutes can be removed easily by using a craft knife...
This gives us two shets of plastic that can be used to repair coro planes and make better leading edges
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Did anyone try?
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