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D-Cel bumps

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D-Cel bumps

Postby Chaosrider » Mon Apr 11, 2011 7:06 pm

Hi,

I just had to move the wings for my Lazair and I noticed that the D-Cel sheeting has some slight bump inward on it (maybe 1-2 mm dented inside), Don't know if it was there already or got that from storage and I was wondering if I should worry about that.

Is the shape of the wing tolerant for a bit of that kind of things ?(They are small and really not deep)
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Re: D-Cel bumps

Postby ozzie » Tue Apr 12, 2011 3:26 am

Small dents are not to much of a problem and are usually caused from bumping them when moving them around. i used a small suction cup to pull a few out with resonable results.
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