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5 years 7 months ago #1 by charlieboy
i am dabbling!! rigging a 1/72 eindecker e-111 aircraft and read about this material and wondered if any of you guys have used it

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5 years 7 months ago #2 by Gary
Dave aka Moeggo is the man to ask, he works for Wingnut Wings the premier producer of WWI replica model aircraft kits (how was that for advertising Dave? :D )



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5 years 7 months ago #3 by Moeggo
Nice Plug there Gary!

With rigging at Wingnut Wings, we use two items on our builds, 'Knit in Elastic - Pyjama Cord' ( www.sullivans.net/proddetail.asp?ProdCode=86000 ) for the RAF streamline flying wires Your local handcraft store may carry this product or something like it. And then EZ Line for the rest of the control lines etc.. ( misc.kitreview.com/tools/ezlinereviewbg_1.htm ).

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