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Old 12-21-2005, 02:32 AM
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Originally Posted by ShaleDC
Oh I see, the criteria in the FAA circular. After elimnating the various non-permitted defects, it seems that the most important criteria would be cured wood w/a no more than a 1:15 grain slope.
If you ignore the part about ANC-19, yes.... "All wood and plywood used in the repair of aircraft structures should be of aircraft quality (reference Army Navy Commerce Department Bulletin ANC-19,...) Table 1-1 lists some permissible variations in characteristics and properties of aircraft wood..."

This is a document from the goverment.... you must read it carefully and look at the key words... reference and some

I unfortunatly do not have ANC-19, so I cannot tell you what it says on the subject, and I do not believe it is available online... but it might be.
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