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Old 11-14-2016, 09:00 AM
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You will find parts like this throughout the build. Make it a habit to draw centerlines on flanges before first assembly. When a part might be close, draw an edge distance line. Look for the line. It will save you potentially drilling a hole with an edge distance problem.
Buy a C-Thru ruler like this and it makes drawing those center-lines a snap.



6 inch one shown, the 18 inch one is also vey useful.
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Old 11-14-2016, 10:03 AM
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You can also measure and scale dimensions for feature locations from the drawings. This has worked well for some feature locations in question and can be a valuable reference or at least a check and balance. Good Luck.
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You can also measure and scale dimensions for feature locations from the drawings.
I ended up doing just that--measured the actual drawing and applied to the scale of the actual part.
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Old 04-22-2018, 12:29 AM
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I was going to cut off the spar flange for the SB 14-01-31 and decided to check the interference before making the cut.
I fail to see how the flange interfere. There is also good access to set the rivet.

The below picture shows how my modified HS-405. Trimming the spar flange seems completely unnecessary when using the HS-405 modification instead of the new HS-00005.

What am I missing ?

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