Balsa Trailing Edges are a specialised shape popular for Aeromodelling applications where it is used to form the trailing edge of wings. The principles of Trailing Edges, or Ailerons, haven’t changed for over a century!
Trailing Edges are long Isosceles triangles with one angle at 90 degrees and two other angles that vary depending on the dimensions of the sides. Thickness refers to the shortest side and the height to the longer side.
Our Trailing edges are cut from harder balsa compared to Leading Edges, making them stronger and more durable.
The trailing edge is a right angle triangle ie not equilateral but ok. It is softer than I expected and indicated but (hopefully) should be ok
Thank you for letting us know about the need for equilateral TRAILING EDGES Bill. We'l do some more research into what the market wants to gauge the demand. I appreciate your candour. Kind Regards - Peter
friendly and fast delivery many thanks
your wood is always in good condition and is easy to work with
Hi David. Your comments are always welcome and appreciated. Thanks for reviewing the trainling edges for us. - Peter
quick service excellent balsa
Glad to hear that Graham. Thanks for taking the time to give us some feedback - Petra