Building of our BushCat has had a flying start, with only 11 hours of buildtime, resulting to the complete rear fuselage, with trilam covering. Some flight controls have been installed, and the rear fin has been covered and installed.
The flaps and ailerons are laced and tight, and we have perfected our technique.
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We began unloading the two boxes today, getting ready for the build. We plan to build the aeroplane as fast as possible, in 250 hours or under.
A helpful tip!
We converted the 8ft main box into a temporary storage unit, using the lid as shelves and only using basic tools and a few screws. Its great for keeping the awkward cowlings and panels out of the way. We also tied two straps to the roof, for keeping the long wing tubes stored.
The first BushCat in the UK has arrived at our Head Quarters by delivery of a rather large truck. The BushCat arrives in two boxes, one large rectangular one, and a long thin wooden box.
We aim to start the build as soon as possible. The build is very simple, with a easy to follow instructions guide, that is all organised into times per job and difficulty.
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Here you can see our progress. We are building our BushCat, Model #204, the first one to arrive to the UK. We aim to complete it in under 300 hours, and have LAA approval as soon as we can.