Joe Evans glued an ATOS back together from lots of little pieces. (OK, I'm exaggerating -- a little.) He was pretty meticulous about it. He flew it at King Mntn after that. Is anyone flying it now?
I agree. A broken I-beam is a different story, and that's likely the end of that d-cell. Having said that, it takes so much more effort to damage the I-beam. The vast majority of d-cell repairs I've seen are dents or holes in the leading edge - which still takes a lot of work to damage. D-cell repair should only really be done by professionals. No one should be "gluing the pieces back together". A good place to get d-cell repair work done is a sailplane repair shop.
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