“Caution: children and adults at play.” That’s one of the signs you see when you arrive at Spruce Creek, the world’s best-known residential airpark. Meet some of the people who call it home.
Installing a Nut in Hard to Reach Places
When you assembling your aircraft, you will run into place where it seems virtually impossible to be able to a nut onto a bolt. Mark Forss, anEAA staff member and SportAir Workshop instructor, shows a few techniques that might solve this problem.
Volunteers Hard at Work
Look who we found volunteering for AirVenture 2011. Over 5,000 volunteers come each year to help get the site ready for the big show. If you want to volunteer during your visit, stop by the volunteer booth to find a job. You'll have a blast!
Installing a Nut in a Hard to Reach Place
Getting a nut onto a bolt can sometimes be a big challenge. In this segment, Jack Dueck shows how he has solved the problem. Jack is a Technical Counselor, Sportair Workshop Instructor and member of both the EAA Homebuilt Aircraft Council and Canad
F22 Slow Vert
SBotsford from Albuquerque: Raptor slow fly by with near vertical climb and level off followed with a right turn the hard way.
Pulling Blind Rivets in Hard to Reach Places
Trying to get a blind rivet into cramped quarters can be challenging. In this week's video, Jon Gougar shares a handy tip to accomplish this task easily. Jon is a Sonex builder from EAA Chapter 383.
Indirect Riveting Technique
In this Hint, Wally Anderson shows how to drive a rivet in hard to reach places like ailerons and flaps. Wally is a Technical Counselor and member of EAA's Homebuilt Aircraft Council.