Is there a Chart, or graph, or a "Rule-of-thumb" for scaling wood sizes when enlarging, or reducing FF Plans? I know it's not a straight, linear conversion. (At least, I think I know that....). I have enlarged a set of T-Bird 150% plans (528 sq. in.) up to a 1000 sq. in. wing, 81.3 in w.s. A set of plans is great fun to spread out on the bench, or all over the shop, at this size, but basically, it's just a paper "tool", to hang your own engineering on. Ron Bennet is going to send me a set of Viking 900 plans, re-engineered from Viking FAI plans. That will get me in the right ballpark. I still would like to have any wood dimension/scaling information you can provide, or steer me to. Thanks, guys-
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