[WWI] Will the Aeroclub jig ever return?
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Wed Feb 14 20:10:44 EST 2007
lol she's just happy were not using her kitchen or craft utensils......
On 2/14/07, Nicklas, Brian <NicklasB at si.edu> wrote:
> MOOOOOOOOOOOMMM!!!! We thought Dad has his own toys, but
> Dad's using all our Legos and Play-doh and we don't have anything to play
> -----Original Message-----
> From: wwi-bounces at wwi-models.org on behalf of Michael Kendix
> Sent: Wed 2/14/2007 3:47 PM
> To: wwi at wwi-models.org
> Subject: Re: [WWI] Will the Aeroclub jig ever return?
> Or, use Playdoh. Glue the interplane struts onto the top wing. Make
> 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
> 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
> >>green base and pile bricks on around what you need held in place and
> >>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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