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WooooHoooo: Cozy MKIV Plans #1407


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Received the plans from Aircraft Spruce yesterday and signed the license agreement.

Congratulations!!!

 

I guess I am now "officially" a Cozy builder. YaaaaHooooo!

Not so fast... I think you're required to ruin one article of clothing with epoxy, and THEN you can call yourself a builder.

 

WIll probably start construction right after I get back from RR.

I plan to restart construction the same time. I'll race you to finish... :)

Jon Matcho :busy:
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Now:  Rebuilding Quickie Tri-Q200 N479E
Next:  Resume building a Cozy Mark IV

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Thanks. An you are right, I haven't spilled any epoxy yet. However, I am looking through glasses right now that have some dried epoxy on the corners which was deposited there during my practice layups!

 

When I get the first epoxy on the first bulkhead then, and only then, wiill I be a "real" builder.

 

Thanks again and I hope to meet you at Rought River this weekend!

 

Later.

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I could'nt agree more. Going thru chapter 3, building practice pieces, you are a builder.

I cannot tell you how much experience those pieces gave me.

My seatback looks good, F-22 and F-28 look real good, and my IP looks even better. My hardpoints are perfectly flat and the exact thickness, (24 plies for me). Every piece gets better with the practice. I am waiting to do my Landing Gear Bulkheads till I get the Cozy Girrrls Lovac demo at RR this weekend. I have had the pump for a while, but I am a "show-me" kind of person, and I think this is the way to go for flat stuff. Plus it is just the natural progression of things that I am learning.

Build away!

Kraig

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Thanks. An you are right, I haven't spilled any epoxy yet. However, I am looking through glasses right now that have some dried epoxy on the corners which was deposited there during my practice layups!

 

When I get the first epoxy on the first bulkhead then, and only then, wiill I be a "real" builder.

 

Thanks again and I hope to meet you at Rought River this weekend!

 

Later.

 

rn,

 

you cna get some Parker-51 log time in building by simply pouring epoxy on your nicest shirt --- no one will ever know :P:P:P

 

 

Welcome to the group.

 

The way to eat an elephant (or build an aircraft) is---- one bite at a time!! ;)

I Canardly contain myself!

Rich :D

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