Also having some pinhole issues after glassing a tube. You mentioned a sleeve? In my mind I’m thinking of a shrink wrapping product? My plan was to use vinyl cut designs to help hide some imperfections but if there was a full length product that covered everything that might be nice.Nice thread so far.
I'm becoming familiar with filling pin holes! Although it's more critical for me since my goal was to use a colored sleeve and avoid the weight of paint except on the nose and fins.
My Soller sleeved project is a 4 inch, so no shrink sleeve.....and pin holes have become the bane of this project.
Im tracking now. I haven’t tried the sock and wrap method for airframes yet. I’ve have moderate success with bagging molds (1 airframes) with standard fabric. But have ran into voids and heavy print through on the tubing.Going to try some infusion processes soon and think it might help keep things consistent.Shrink wrap from Soller but its not really a final layer, but rather to assist with the sock. Not sure if they have any "final layer" heat shrink or not.
Can you pleas send me the 3D print file or company you got the switch mounts from?
The way this is drawn, closing the power switch doesn’t connect the two RRC3 switch terminals to each other. You really only need an SPST between the two.I drew up the wiring diagram for the eventual full electronics bay, learning Kicad (at least some of it) as I was doing so.
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But here is what I'm going to concentrate on for the first flight... main at apogee, motor backup, plumbed for drogue but will probably go with the Jolly Logic but we'll see.
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