Today I put shear webs on the main and secondary spar then sanded everything on the top of the wing and started sheeting.
A little tip on what I do to keep things straight on the leading and trailing edges. They are never straight. If you have a rib sticking out and not supported then clamp it to an angle plate or something rigid. Then Stick some sand paper on the face of an angle plate and use it to sand the tip of the rib to the line on the print below it. This will give you a straight and square edge to glue to.
Today's plane post is a little different. It's a photo log of a wing bolts setup that I've seen pictures of. So this is my enterpretation of what I saw.
Points of interest. The T nuts are capped over with Balsa so you don't accidentally push them out. Made an aluminum alignment tool on the drill press with a file, to silver solder the washer to the Brass tube screw guide.
I think this is going to work well. Ask if you have any specific Question. I'll do my best to answer.
Capped the T-nut by drilling a hole the same size as the nut in some 1/16 balsa then glued the block aligning the T-nut in the hole. Cut it out with an exacto knife then caped it again with a solid 1/8 balsa.
The aluminum tool I made to line up the washer with the brass tube guide was made on the drill press with a file.