So here we are again.
The Legend, in these here parts, is Alan Bennett-Turner, AKA my Inspector, turned up and signed off the 'empennage' , that's the back bit.
So we are now onto the wings!
I thought that showing you another bit of green aluminium is a bit dull, so, looking about for inspiration I thought that introducing you to a few tools used may be a bit more interesting.
A bit of background. The good lady is of the firm and undoubtedly correct opinion that a Machine Mart catalogue is 'Daddy Porn', and she believes that I, having 500 tools , could be happier by having 501 tools.
Thus for those that have no idea what does what when you are putting a kit together here's an introduction.
This is a device of my own making so I can find stuff easily.
A few deburring tools
Dimple dies , these bend aluminium so a rivet/fixing fits flush to the surface
Countersinks, these drill the surface away to achieve the same result as above
Various assorted drills and a rivet setting guide.
This is a must have. Bench grinder with scotchbrite wheel. The other disc is also scotchbrite but allows you to get into the nooks and crannies to deburr effortlessly, it's better than the one on the left.
Here is a selection of air tools and a 'Main Squeeze' which is pretty much vital, as it rivets and dimples.
You get to use the following also on a regular basis. Cleecos by the bucket load and the cleeco pliers will eventually give you RSI. Thus I bought a sneaky air tool to do this!
There is also a need but not vital for a pillar drill, bandsaw and Dremmel tool, but as most of you will know what these look like I left them off.
If you want to know exactly what everything is just ask.
So back to the log store and 'On with the wings'!!
I'll keep you informed.