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Old 04-04-2019, 07:08 PM
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I see you have a table saw... What I've done in that situation is glue the cores together with proper dihedral etc. Then prop the wing over the table saw (lots of sand bags etc. so it can't move) such that when the blade is raised it cuts a slot across the center. Now turn on the saw and slowly raise the blade to just below the height of the wing. You now have a straight slot for your wing brace. Extend the slot if you feel its needed and cut out a brace to fit in the slot and glue it in. Then epoxy on the bandage.

You could probably get away with just the bandage on a wing of that size with it's thick airfoil.
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