The Teenflight Crew were busy practicing their Drilling and Riveting Skills while we wait for delivery of the RV12 Finishing Kit Drilling out rivets to remove the skin from a Cessna 310 Horizontal Stabilizer that had been previously damaged The damaged Skin was removed revealing the Spars and Ribs Work then…
TeenFlight Campbell River was pleased to accept a $1000 donation on April 15th from Scotiabank Manager Vanessa Hamer through the Scotiabank Employee Volunteer Program. Because of her interest in aviation and involvement with the TeenFlight project, Ms. Hamer chose to make a contribution through the bank’s fund which recognizes…
The Forward Ribs were straightened with Fluting Pliers Installing a Top Skin onto the Wing The Skin was Clecoed and then the holes Match Drilled Followed by Riveting the Skin to the Ribs and Spars 1/3 of the Topskin riveting done and really starting to look like a Wing
Fitting the rear window to the Fuselage Forward and Aft Ribs attached to the Left Wing Spar The project was tucked away for the Christmas Break. Lots of progress made over the last year and a lot more work (fun) to come!
Successful joining of the Forward and Aft Fuselage Sections. Everything lined up perfectly! Work also continued on the wing. The Aft Ribs and Spar were clecoed and riveted.
The Wing Ribs were primed and modified to fit. Several needed their aft flanges removed. Work was also being done to prepare the Forward Stub Spar
What an exciting day! The Wing Kit has arrived from Vans Aircraft.
Chris, Marcel and Grant took the Teenflight Team for some straight and level flight. LOL. Yeah right!