At right is a picture of the first layup on the underside of the wing. The wrinkling you see is saran wrap placed
over the spar to avoid air seeping into the layup as it cures. The aluminum I-beam is under the trailing edge.
Aluminum yardsticks were then clamped down on top of the I-beam with the glass in between. That makes a straight
flat trailing edge.
In this picture the wing has been flipped over and the top layup of triax is in place. Notice the trailing
edge has a glass to glass bond of about two inches. This will be timmed with a dremel tool after cure.
The wing has been cured and trimmed around the edges. The cores come with the aileron cutout pre-marked. A dremel
tool and saw is used to cut out the aileron. The foam is then removed in the wing to provide a U-shaped channel for
the aileron movement. The hole visible in the inboard section is for the aileron torque tube.
Foam is then cleaned out of the root section. The hole for the aileron torque tube is visible here also.
This section will be glassed over the aileron pushrod and bearing will be added in this space.