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Author Topic: Balsa wood  (Read 952 times)

Offline Henry Swayze

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Balsa wood
« on: 13 May 2018, 04:01 »
We have just had an annual done on our newly acquired balsa ASW 15 and the borascope pictures are attached.  We are trying to find out what they are showing.  If the pictures Re not good enough we can re do them with a better scope.  The plane has been inspected each year and passed.  Any suggestions welcome.

Offline iAlex

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Re: Balsa wood
« Reply #1 on: 03 June 2018, 17:33 »
Looking through the documentation I received with my "new" ASW-15b I think I may have the answer for what these black dots are in the Balsa.  Sorry about the quality of the picture.  PM me if you need a better quality scan of the page.

Alex (GWZ)