Pretty hard to get a smooth machined surface without automatic feed. I cut a special tool for the finish pass that is flat against the work.
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Hey John! The resin engine part is just a plug and is mainly attached up front. Other than the prop and for show, it doesn't do much. The spar for the wing I cut from 3/32 clear acrylic sheet (from Lowes) It is a little stronger than styrene, and the spar made a BIG difference when assembling the wing to the fuselage. A small amount of fit work and it needed almost no filler.Taking notes here, Paul. Thanks for the spar diagram back there, I have one of these kits in the pile. I wonder if the clear resin might shrink more than faster curing resins. In thick pours it seems like there is always some shrinkage, but I wouldn't know how to deal with it other than trial and error.