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Repair of a radio-controlled aircraft of the F3P class

Hello dear readers. I present to your attention the process of repairing an aerobatic hall aircraft of the F3P “Click” class. Film A little background. About two weeks ago, our team of modelers went to the gym for training flights on F3P aircraft.
Repair of F3P class radio-controlled aircraft

 Repair of F3P class radio-controlled aircraft On one of my flights, I flew too close to the gym wall and the wing caught on the hook. A volleyball net was attached to this hook. Having made a loop around the obstacle, the plane fell and hit the chair under the hook with its wing.
Repair of the F3P class radio-controlled aircraft additional planes on the wing, and the carbon reinforcement came off.
I decided to start the repair by replacing additional planes on the wing.
Repair of F3P radio-controlled aircraft Having peeled off the broken plane, I transferred it to a piece of ceiling tile and cut out
Repair of F3P class radio-controlled aircraft  Repair of F3P class radio-controlled aircraft Then, using a marker, I painted the plane blue, because I was too lazy to get the airbrush
Repair of F3P class radio-controlled aircraft  Repair of F3P class radio-controlled aircraft After that I glued this triangle to the wing with Titanium glue.
Repair of F3P class radio-controlled aircraft  Repair of F3P class radio-controlled aircraft Repair of a radio-controlled aircraft of the F3P class We do the same procedure on second wing console
Radio-controlled aircraft repair class F3P Repair of F3P radio-controlled aircraft  Repair of F3P class radio-controlled aircraft Let's continue. I am using ceiling tile adhesive to glue the carbon fiber reinforcement on the wing
 Repair of F3P class radio-controlled aircraft Repair of F3P class radio-controlled aircraft  Repair of F3P class radio-controlled aircraft Then I decided to glue a piece of the wing that broke off when it fell
Repair of a radio-controlled aircraft of the F3P class I cut out a rectangle with a knife to make it easier to paste in the missing piece
Repair of a radio-controlled aircraft of the F3P class Repair of an F3P class radio-controlled aircraft Glue this piece
Repair of F3P class radio-controlled aircraft Repair of F3P radio-controlled aircraft We wait until the glue dries a little and cut a circle out of the ceiling tile
 Repair of F3P class radio-controlled aircraft The carbon chassis skewer will be inserted into this circle. I make a hole for the skewer with an awl and glue it in.
Repair of an F3P radio-controlled aircraft Repair of the F3P class radio-controlled aircraft I also glued together for strength the place where two landing gear skewers join together
Repair of a radio-controlled aircraft of the F3P class And at the end I glued the motor mount together with the motor
Repair of F3P radio-controlled aircraft
 Repair of F3P class radio-controlled aircraft Photos of the aircraft after repair:
Repair of F3P radio-controlled aircraft  Repair of F3P class radio-controlled aircraft Repair of F3P radio-controlled aircraft  Repair of F3P class radio-controlled aircraft Repair of F3P radio-controlled aircraft  Repair of F3P class radio-controlled aircraft Video of our flights in the hall:
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