Chipping Away

Weeknights are a little at a time. Did the Wingtip L angles and drilled out the large A6 rivet holes that attach it.

Now to disassemble, apply cortec and rivet.

 

Bottom skin L angles

Flipped the wing back over to measure and cut the L angles that go in between the ribs on the bottom skin.

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Not thrilled about the holes lining up in this skin. Going to try starting from this side and seeing how it works out.

Don’t want to forget these before I button this up:

StratuxHUD Build

I bought a Hudly Wireless a few months ago and have been writing a display for it with a Raspberry Pi.

Last week I stumbled on John Marzulli’s presentation at Airventure on his build. Somehow I missed it when there this year, but luckily someone recorded it.

So I grabbed a PI off the shelf (I have 10 or so of them) and gave it a whirl.

The install was simple enough if you’re familiar with Linux.

It’s quite difficult to photograph a HUD, so I hooked it up to the TV in my office so you can see the interface more clearly.

Find the project here:

https://github.com/JohnMarzulli/StratuxHud

I forked the project and will be making a few modifications as I think of them. I’ll make those changes available to the main project if they’re interested in them.

My forked repo is here:

https://github.com/mrdoornbos/StratuxHud