and assemble panels 1 and 2 using medium cyano remembering to fit ply spar and spacer strips; the mating surfaces may need
to be cleaned up with a sanding block to ensure a good joint. Add the tips part 3 using 5-minute epoxy (after checking the
mating surfaces and levelling with a sanding block if necessary) noting that the front protrudes by 3mm (IMPORTANT!)
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3. Draw a profiling extent line 45mm behind, and parallel to, the front edge of wing panel 1 as
shown here with cross-hatch marks. These dictate the area where material needs to be removed from.
5. Trim ailerons 4 in equal amounts so when fitted they will have a 55mm gap between them at the root. They
will be hinged after covering using your preferred hinge method. The shape of the aileron stock provides the trailing edge
taper, on a flat surface sand out any mismatch between the ailerons and wing panel 2 if necessary.
7. Finally, sand the rear portion of the tips 3 to match the taper of the ailerons. This completes the wing