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Chris's Pitts Project

chrislange

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Hello my name is Chris I'm 20 years old and a student. I allready read a lot about the other projects here and now I've started my own project.

At first I'm from Germany, so sorry for my bad language :D
My plan is to build a S1-S from Aviat Plans from skretch. At the moment it looks like a friend and me will build two planes simultaniously, so this should make things easier in some places.
At the moment I'm making a CAD model of the whole plane so I can get many parts CNC or Laser cut at the end. I allready have drawn the Fuselage and some other small parts like the Spars or some Fittings and the Tail section. It comes along quiet nicely. But sometimes it's hard to draw the parts correctly from the Plans to 3D.
Here are some pictures of the current CAD model.




I hope you like what I'm doing and looking forward to some tips or tricks from you.
 

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