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Chapter 5,    Nose Assembly
 
 
 
 
Lower foam surfaces micro'd into initial position against the nose gear center structure, and bulkheads
 
Next the sides and top foam are micro'd in also. 
 
After adding extra urethane foam onto the nose bulkhead the end result is a mass of foam waiting to be carved into the desired shape.
 
Foam is shaped and ready for final glass lay-ups
 
This is the nose structure after all the outer glass has been layed onto the nose structure.