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Fokker D.VII

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About tripping the rift (thegirl)
FROM: ALBERTA, CANADA


Comments

I remember the build. It was good then, and still looks good.
OCT 12, 2009 - 11:24 AM
Thanks guy's ! Still is one of my favorites in the display cabinet
OCT 13, 2009 - 01:50 AM
Sorry for answering this old post Watching closely the photos (me the expert ) I noticed that there is no rigging Where is it ?? Cheers Nick
OCT 30, 2009 - 04:25 AM
Hi Nick, There was no real rigging in D.VII. Tuomas
OCT 30, 2009 - 05:32 AM
After a bit searching in google I found that there is no rigging But, why not?? Cheers Nick
OCT 30, 2009 - 05:41 AM
Actually on the original aircraft there was a smal bit of rigging on the conventional undercarriage. But due to the cantilever box spars in the wings and their multiple attachment points there was no need for typical rigging layouts between the wings. There is a set of stay wires on the upper surface of the tail plane for the rudder's stabilizer and the usual control wires for the flying surfaces.
OCT 30, 2009 - 07:35 AM
I think it's one of the easiest ww1 aircraft to build It's easy and small Cheers Nick
OCT 30, 2009 - 09:06 AM
Beautiful job, Terri. You are definitely"Le Grande Artiste"..in my humble estimation. I tip my hat to you. Congratulations on the beautiful build. Matt
OCT 30, 2009 - 09:12 AM
Thanks Guy's for helping Nick with his questions ! Thank-you Matt for the kind words as well .
OCT 31, 2009 - 03:46 AM
Nick, It is a great subject to build if you want to avoid rigging. It will also allow a builder to learn how to set a top wing into place. Just remember Terri makes all these early aircraft look easier than they really are.
OCT 31, 2009 - 06:09 AM
We broke our quick reply box. Working on it. Until fixed go to topic to reply.
Thanks.