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Construction of the elevator Hütter H17

Construction of the elevator Hütter H17 of fraesfritz.de

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  • Construction of the elevator Hütter H17
  • Construction of the elevator Hütter H17
  • Construction of the elevator Hütter H17
  • Construction of the elevator Hütter H17
  • Construction of the elevator Hütter H17
  • Construction of the elevator Hütter H17
  • Construction of the elevator Hütter H17
  • Construction of the elevator Hütter H17
  • Construction of the elevator Hütter H17
  • Construction of the elevator Hütter H17
  • Construction of the elevator Hütter H17
  • Construction of the elevator Hütter H17
  • Construction of the elevator Hütter H17
  • Construction of the elevator Hütter H17
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The elevator was built with the help of the included and colored building plan.

It was started with the respective spars of the rudder and the rudder compensation surface. The diagonally inserted ribs in connection with the end slats result in a solid and structurally stable whole.
In the leading edge there are several wooden slats made of different types of wood, which together form a unit.
For weight reasons, the rudder is planked exclusively with balsa wood.

In order to give the wood an impression of an aircraft plywood used in the original later under the Oratex UL600 covering, the visible areas were painted with a dark-coloured wood glaze.
The elevator is fixed with 2 screws, each of which is countersunk in a supplied sleeve. Since the rudder is mounted centrally in the fuselage, a servo is used for this purpose. This was used behind the pilot's backrest for reasons of a suitable centre of gravity in the fuselage. A combination of threaded rod and carbon tube results in a clean, bend free, play free and stable linkage with one dimension for M4 fork heads.