By Willy Peeters

This eightennth installment within the renowned LOCK ON sequence specializes in the traces and information of the well-known F-14A/B Tomcatof the USN equipped via Grumman. lovely ful colour images captures such info because the cockpits, engines, touchdown equipment and bays, avionics bays, exterior pylons, drop tanks, Phoenix, Sparrow, and Sidewinder missiles, service arresting equipment, entry panels, air staff, and masses extra. Many in-flight images are incorporated, exhibiting the airplane in its point. This inspiring publication belongs within the collections of scale modelers, aviation fanatics, and USN veterans.

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A good length to start with is 8 times the circumference of the knob for each time the pattern is to be chased. [Example: a one inch knob has a circumference of a little over 3 inches. To cover a one inch knob it would require about 25 inches of cord for each time the pattern is chased. The pattern should be chased at least 2 times. This means that about 50 inches of cord would be used to cover a 1 inch knob. The knob covering knot is difficult to tie “in hand” the easiest method of tying it is to make a copy of the diagram and fasten the diagram to a work board.

STEP 11: STEP 12: STEP 13: Work tight and finish by combing out the fibers to form a tassel of relay the strand and whip the end of the rope. STEP 3: STEP 8: STEP 4: STEP 9: STEP 5: STEP 10: 11 © 1999, Gerald L. Findley FUSING: The ends of a synthetic rope can be fused to prevent the rope from fraying. This is done by heating the end of the rope so that the ends of the rope fibers melt together. [WARNING] Do not use a butane cigarette lighter to fuse rope. A butane lighter can explode if it is permitted to burn too long.

114 JAPANESE SQUARE LASHINGS: Comments —— The Japanese Square Lashings are a group of similar lashings that are all tied in a similar manner. The main difference is in the way each lashing is started. © 1999, Gerald L. Findley The Mark III is the same as the Mark II but a clove hitch is tied around the up right spar when starting the lashing. The simplest and easiest form of the Japanese square lashing is tied by looping the center of the rope around the vertical spar and carrying the stands parallel to each other while taking the wrapping turns.

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