• Check if the wing-root of both wings will fit together without a gap. There is very little dihidral in the wing, about 4degrees total.



  • place the wings up-side-down on the workbench. Use good quality papertape and place about 5-6 strips to pull the centre together



  • Turn the wing over and open the center of the wing, use white glue and carefull press the wing halves together. The tape at the bottom will act as a hing helping the force the wing halves together



  • I placed the wing on two tubes and some weight in the middle,allign the wings , take care the leading edge and trailing edgeallign and then let dry



  • when dry, sand the bottom-centre of the wing a bit round, take the edge of. Use some filler to filll gaps. At the top of the wing, take care the sheeting alligns without a step. Use some filler to smoothen this transittion. When the filler is dry, sand the wing centre smooth and flat and remove the dust



  • Prepare the glasscloth. I used 80grams. Cut 3 size strips 23cm long and wide: 18cm (left), 14cm (middle) and 10cm. I prefer to round the largest as seen in the image



  • Prepare the epoxy. I use R&G Laminating epoxy type L. You will need 20grams of resin and 8 gram of harder



  • Use a foam roller and roll a thin layer of epoxy on the balsa. Then place the 18cm cloth centered on the wing. Carefully roll the epoxy in the cloth until it looks darker.


  • Then place the 14cm cloth in the center, use the roller to spread the existing epoxy into this layer. Finally place the 10cm cloth and again use the roller to saturate also this cloth



  • When finished, use scissors to cut of the overhanging cloth at the leading and trailing edge. Then place some kitchen-paper over the epoxy and use the roller to soak up as much epoxy as possible. The glasscloath should have a matt finish. If you see reflections in the epoxy then use more kitchen paper and the roller to soak the remaining epoxy. Repeat on the other side of the wing. Then let dry for 24 hours