Hello, this is very helpful to move airlon,elevator,rudder or any somrthing you want it to move.. so, the airlon is moving for the reason of this item. ... i hope its help and understand...
These are hinges that are used for small to medium airlon, elevator and rudder etc. They are one of the simplest hinges to fit. To fit you cut the slots in each surface then push the hinges to half the depth and hold them in place by pushing a pin through the hinge (thish will stop the hinge going in to far on the next step). Push the second surface onto the hinges. Remove the pins. Then dribble THIN cyano on to the hinge. The fluffy surface of the hinge wicks the cyano into the hinge. Repeat
Super gold thin odorless. SKU HK-121 or other sized bottles of same. Foam safe but good for wood as well as foam types. It is thin for good penetration to the end of the hinge. Fit all hinges, bend control surface to max deflection and add a couple of drops to each hinge. Turnover and do same to other side.
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if inserted properly, they are longer than wide, at the same time there is a proper insertion length, try not to apply too much glue, and proper placement of the servo control horn for surface cantrol on the flight surface is needed, thanks hope you can re-tool to work, at the same time, not too many hinges on one surface, and try to use the smallest hinges possible sometimes bigger is stiffer.
This type hinge has been around nearly since CA glue came out. They are a nylon/plastic core with a felt like outer surface to grab the glue. Work great, hold better than the old nylon ones did and no alignment issues as long as your edges are straight to begin with.
Sure can. You should use thin ca and some kicker. The CA will eat depron if it ain't foam safe so test the glue on some unimportant part of the foam. If it's epo your good to go. Theses hinges are rock solid.
yes You should use thin ca and some kicker. The CA will eat depron if it ain't foam safe so test the glue on some unimportant part of the foam. If it's epo your good to go. Theses hinges are rock solid.
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The point is these lowlifes are either buddies or the same person using a different account. They both live in Gujranwala Pakistan. I don't consider pointing that out to be racist. If you do, too bad, I don't care.
CA hinges are great for small and mid-sized planes (up to 1.5M span), but for larger planes you would be pushing the limits of their strength unless you use lots of hinges on your control surfaces. You might get away with it if you keep the spacing between hinges down to 100mm or less. Cheers, Steve
Hello friend. CA is used if it is for material EPO, for any other material, foam, wood, epp, is recommendable with epoxic. If it is of aid my answer, please it describes like positive. Have a nice day.
Is C.A also superglue? cus i really dont want to order another glue from this site and pay for shipment if i can just buy it near my house..
i ordered epoxy though, but i think CA will be better for it
Recommend thin CA only* epoxy (or thicker CA for that matter) will not wick in enough to get the strength unless you somehow inject it. CA will hold them well* apply five drops each side after assembling and call it done. That's why they're called CA hinges! (Even though I see HK has transposed the letters)
Use Hobby king thin CA with a fine nozzle to get the glue perfectly onto the Hinge. Turn over and re apply on the opposite side of the Hinge. This works great for hinging Balsa. Use foam safe for EPP Etc. No kicker is required.
Yes you could use CA glue but I had a bad this happen with CA glue. I got a bit on the gap. The hinge went brittle and broke. I us either epoxy or on my park flyers PVC and put a pin through them to lock them in.
I use a jig with 020" music wire bent to a u-shape for width and depth not too hot and epoxy hinges into slots.
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This is very good to have in stock along with other basic stuffs. One time my plane crashed and being thousands of miles away from the nearest HS, I was so lucky my friend had a few in his box which saved me at least two weeks of waiting and out of action because of a mere hinge that is so important on your plane. So I ordered 2 sets for me and to repay my friend.