[WWI] Will the Aeroclub jig ever return?

Michael Kendix mkendix at hotmail.com
Wed Feb 14 15:47:35 EST 2007

Or, use Playdoh.  Glue the interplane struts onto the top wing. Make little 
lumps of Playdoh just the right height to hold the wing in place then 
gradually push the top wing into place, squeezing down on the Playdoh until 
it's in the correct place.  Playdoh's water-soluble and won't stain the 


>Ray B wrote:
>>If you have kids, then Lego is a great jig making material. You just use a 
>>green base and pile bricks on around what you need held in place and then 
>>use slivers of card for the final spaces. Just dont brick in between 
>>struts or you'll have a plane you can't remove. Don't ask me who i know 
>definitely the best laugh of the day.  thank you ray!

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