24 pieces of "Standard L" that I made last night (8 additional pieces from a previous day not in the picture...32 to go!):
End view of "Standard L"...not much to it!
On a more fun note, I also started working on the "options" for the plane. Zenith charges $150 for the drawings of their options, which include things like sliding adjustable seats, center console, folding wings, dual control sticks, long range fuel tanks, etc. I'm only going with the sliding seats, dual control sticks and center console. $150 seems pretty steep to me for only a few drawings, but intellectual property is worth something, so it is what it is.
Center Console (this goes between the seats and just under the instrument panel. It will hold things like my fuel tank selector valve, phone charging ports, intercom/headset connections, flap controls and a few other bits):
Top Window Ribs, Door Sills and Center Arm Rest:
That's all for now. I'm working on a detailed "developed length" video as a replacement for the one I deleted from a previous post. Developed length is one of the most challenging aspects of building from scratch, and, as I've already talked about, can ruin a lot of parts if you don't do it correctly.