28ZComeback Posted February 4 Share Posted February 4 Hello all, After gluing my wings to my Revell Ju-52 I thought I had a secure join at the fuselage with proper dyhedral, however the top of one wing "separated" from the wing root and while the bottom section is glued and secure, a nasty gap has appeared on the top of the wing. Is there any way to fill a nasty a centimeter gap at the root (that is tough enough to hold the wing to the wing root) without destroying the corrugated skin on the wing? I thought of pumping in super glue with a tube directly into the gap then wiping any excess (quickly) with a towel and debonder. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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