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Thread: Angel wings

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    Yea, I'm going to give that a try when I have time.*I designed this wing in Flexisign & imported it as a DXF file mostly because I'm under the gun to get this stuff done and I'm familiar with Flexi. I've got a few other things to do for the same project that will be a real challenge for a newbie Aspire user. I'm sure glad they have those DVD tutorials.

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    They have the most informative and the nicest members of any forum I've ever been on. I've never seen an arguement or a bad word. Everyone is always willing to help. They're great. I think it's because they are busy being productive and don't have the extra time to be a jerk.
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    Yes, they've been very helpful to me. I've got some projects coming up I'll need more or their help I'm sure.
    Tonight I glued the pieces together. To make room for the aluminum mounting tabs, I marked out where they go on the foam & used a heat gun to shrink that area. Then I sprayed great stuff on the mating surfaces & squeegeed it to knock down the foam. Laid the aluminum tabs in place, laid up the parts & carefully weighted them down with cinder blocks.
    As Norm Abrams would say.....''I'll let them cook overnight''. lol


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    are you mass producing them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m.k.swelding View Post
    are you mass producing them.
    Nope, these are 1 off items for the upcoming Christmas Program @ Church. I've got a couple other things I'm doing for the play also, I'll post as I get them done. Not a whole lot of welding involved but I thought since it's Christmas & this thread is already here......
    The last item will be a full size camel. I'm saving that for last because it's not needed until the play dates & it will be by far the most challenging. It will be an outside model, so I may need to fab some structure & a base so it will hold up to the wind & elements.

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    Got 'em done.

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