[WWI] vac wings

Rick Geisler ragfokker at hotmail.com
Sun Feb 11 17:02:20 EST 2007


Where were you last week when the List Grouch re-stated the validity of this 
effect on wing undersurfaces? Just check the archives! Should clear things 
up :-)
Rick G.


>Iban!
> > > Speaking about undersurfaces, look at the most modern Roden or Eduard
>kits:
> > > the ribs are recessed on them! Fabric, attached to the ribs, was 
>sagging
> > > between them
> >
> > interesting.  are there any photos to back this up?
>For example these:
>http://www.wwi-models.org/app/album/Acn.php?base=%2FPhotos%2FGer%2FFok_DVII%2Fother%2F.&hdr=Museums+-+1&picInx=122
>http://www.wwi-models.org/Photos/AH/DI/Vienna//HaTr/Fahrwerk2.jpg
>http://www.wwi-models.org/app/album/Acn.php?base=%2FPhotos%2FGer%2FAlb_BI&hdr=Albatros+B.I&picInx=5
>http://www.wwi-models.org/app/album/Acn.php?base=%2FPhotos%2FGer%2FAlb_BI&hdr=Albatros+B.I&picInx=10
>
> > > when the airplane was underground,
> >
> > ouch!  :-)  it's surprising the fabric was still on the wings at all, or
> > the wings were still on the airplane, when it was underground.
>I really don't know why I wrote such thing - but of course I meant "on the
>ground". Interesting, I found that today I have a strange tendency to write
>phonetically rahter than with correct spelling...
>
>Cheers!
>G.
>

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