Thor wrote:Take the end of the plane and sand it to the hull shape. There you go. Leading and trailing edges are parallel.
When looking at the bow planes from above, the leading edge is shorter than the trailing edge, but the outside edge is parallel to the hull because of the slight curvature of the hull?
Tom Dougherty wrote:...the leading and trailing edges are parrelel, and the outboard edge is parrelel, at a 90 degree angle, to the long axis of the hull. The planes rig out from the hull,and a short non-moving stub holds them. This appears to be curved, because of the curvature at the bow where the planes are stowed.
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