The ribs trimmed to size (sort of) Even at this stage the wing is very stiff. Normally in a balsa/built up wing, it is pretty easy to twist the structure. Due to the way the ribs are built, there is an decent amount of torsional stiffness, even at this stage. Next I have to make the root rib and tips ribs.
Next maybe the aileron, since that takes quite a bit of additional mechanical work. The TE can be added as the last bit. so that there is a nice curve along the ribs.
I’m still thinking about the tubular bracing in the wings. I don’t really need it. If I change my mind I can add it at the end. I will save quite a bit of weight, is there just ”because the original has it”. The leading edge covering will provide enough for-aft stiffness.
For my own reference: ribs are slightly under 10 grams before trimming to length. The whole wing at this stage is 335 gram, that’s including some metal. What the target weight is? No idea to be honest, I would think around 700-800 gram all ready. But up to a kilo for each wing will be ok, I need the weight!