2 edition of Metal aircraft for the mechanic found in the catalog.
Metal aircraft for the mechanic
|Statement||by J. Healey.|
|Series||Aeronautical engineering series|
|LC Classifications||TL671.5 .H4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 38,  p.|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||39029813|
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This is a high quality facsimile of Aircraft Sheet Metal by Colonel Rollen H. Drake, originally published in This book contains all the information and instruction needed to fulfill the sheet metal requirements of an aircraft mechanic's license in It is clearly written in simple, non-technical : Rollen H.
Drake. Book Source: Digital Library of India Item : Healey,ioned: ble. About the Author. Dale Crane was an airframe and powerplant mechanic, a designated mechanic-examiner, a commercial pilot, and a flight instructor.
He was involved in aviation for more than 50 years and was the recipient of the FAA’s Charles Taylor Master Mechanic Award/5(). Most aircraft mechanics can make a lot of money compared to some careers, but only if the right steps are taken.
If you know the right steps you can make a lot of money. "Hi there Mr. Stan King. I have been meaning to write to you for a long time. I read your book The Aircraft Mechanic awhile ago. Aircraft Sheet Metal Mechanics fit and assemble parts of airplanes and space vehicles.
Typical duties listed on a resume sample for Aircraft Sheet Metal Mechanic include reading blueprints, trimming parts, maintaining system components, inspecting and testing units, verifying tension of cables, and capturing waste materials.
The thickness of sheet metal, called gauge, ranges from 8 to 30 with the higher gauge denoting thinner metal.
Sheet metal can be cut and bent into a variety of shapes. Damage to metal aircraft structures is often caused by corrosion, erosion, normal stress, and accidents and mishaps.