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UIAA Wing In Fuselage469 viewsHere the wing had been fit inside thd fuselage pot
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Canopy System402 viewsThis is the Aircraft system developed by UIAA experts, it opens and closes the canopy for the aircraft.
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Members inside before wing test was conducted352 viewsHere some student pilots sit put as the UIAA team was preparing to lift the aircraft using it's wing.
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Members carrying Aircraft via Wing475 viewsHere members had lifted the Aircraft using it's wing and it proved to be dependable.
This is a very important test during construction
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Skyhawk Under Construction in May /2010399 viewsMembers planing to carry the aircraft using it's wing to test it's durability and dependability
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Skyhawk Under Construction in Jun/2010462 viewsIn this picture you can see the skyhawk still under construction from the rear
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Skyhawk Nav Light466 viewsThis is a picture of the African Skyhawk's Nav light.
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Full Canopy445 viewsHere you can see the fibre canopy, all the aircraft's ovals & curves we're to make them out of fibre, pay a close look to how it looks today, after we paint it Titanium Copper/Gold Tinted it will look like an aircraft from SCI-FI, however this will be real!
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Right Trimmer System382 viewsAbove is the Right Wing Trimming system of the African Skyhawk, also developed by Chris Nsamba
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360 viewsHere members of the technical team were attaching fibre to the canopy frame; Now this was challenging
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Fibre Practice407 viewsIn this picture one of the members was holding fibre glass the technical team had made, practising the ovals and mode of attach.
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Canopy Rear339 views
Here members the technical team had applied its magic tricks to get the fibre to make clean ovals over the canopy, and half of it had been attached from the interior!
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Right Trimmer System353 viewsThis is the left trimmer system developed by the head technician Chris Nsamba. This is one of the most complex equipment on board the African Skyhawk. It works on Gravitational Balancing Technology (GBT)
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Canopy Non Painted at close range440 viewsThis is Fibre Glass after it was installed on the African Skyhawk's Canopy; it awaits final sanding, spotting and painting. All the ovals came out with accuracy.
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African Skyhawk Rudder424 viewsIn this picture you can see the African Skyhawk rudder under skinning.
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African Skyhawk Rudder497 viewsIn this picture you can see the African Skyhawk rudder under skinning.
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Skyhawk Rudder under skinning501 viewsIn this picture you can see the African Skyhawk rudder under skinning and in the background you can view the skyhawk from the rear
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Right wing from the rear495 viewsIn this picture you can view the Right wing from the rear when it was still under skinning
     
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