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crackerjazz

747 Orbiter SCA Mounts Study

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I’ll dig out the 74 and measure... pics too.

 

Here's a thought... add small pegs onto the glueing surfaces. I’ll drill small holes into the fuselage dome so the forward mount can snap into place for better support.

 

Tracy

 

Tracy

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Sorry for the delay!

Now I can't find MY digital caliper... I marked up 1mm from the top of the aft dome windows, then used a set of two-point dividers and read off the metric side of a standard ruler. The spread is 39mm.

 

Tracy

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CJ.. consider a pin perpendicular off the gluing surface for better security gluing to the fuselage. I'll drill the receptacles into the fuselage.

 

Tracy

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I think this is a cool plane for the transport of space shuttles, in general it is a very interesting topic. From early childhood I was interested in airplanes, space and everything connected with it, I thought to become a pilot, even went to courses for a while But then my parents I was dissuaded from this, and now I am very sorry, I am sitting at home, and then I go to the office for a boring job and read this wonderful forum. In my free time I help students with coursework , clik this you turn to my official page,  in college it was my favorite type of work and I often only did it.

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20 hours ago, RileySchonell said:

I think this is a cool plane for the transport of space shuttles, in general it is a very interesting topic. From early childhood I was interested in airplanes, space and everything connected with it, I thought to become a pilot, even went to courses for a while But then my parents I was dissuaded from this, and now I am very sorry, I am sitting at home, and then I go to the office for a boring job and read this wonderful forum. In my free time I help students with coursework , clik this you turn to my official page,  in college it was my favorite type of work and I often only did it.

I would also like to become a pilot, I think a really cool profession.

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I’ve been wrapped around the axel with the new job enduring training since January. Now that I recently finished, I’ve been able to look into the hobby again. Just curious with the progress on the forward mount.

 

Tracy

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Hi Tracy let me try to make some time for it... Are you training on a new aircraft?

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Hi CJ. Yes... 737 now with American Airlines. 

Thanx for making time. I know how you feel! ;-)

 

Tracy

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