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I am at the stage joining front and aft fuselage. In that operation, I am discovery a "strange" construction: The top extrusion going from the frontpart of the seat, and back to / inside the aft fuselage has to be BENT (more than I like) to fit inside the aft fuselage. THE REASON why this happens is the front / side of the seat is vertical ! (the front of the front-sidepanel are riveted into the tubing that is allmost vertical, and aft it is riveted into the aft-fuselage that is sertenly NOT vertical, This result oufcourse that the front-sidepanel needs to "twist" as it goes aft to the aft-fuselage. But the front seatpanel is 90 degr. and restrickt this "twist" ?? resulting in bending the extrusion...
Q : why did i not cut this "seatpanel" with a litle angle (4 degr.) then this would not happens!
ANSWER: the drawings says 90 degr.?
Any good comments on this one?