Flush Riveting with Hand Squeezer
EAA Technical Counselors and A&P/IA mechanics Dick and Bob Koehler demonstrate the use of a hand squeezer to dimple aluminum and then flush rivet two aluminum pieces together.
In Sheet Metal
Building Aluminum Rib Jig
Scratch built Super Cub builder and EAA Chapters Manager John Egan shows the wing rib jig he built to assemble his built up aluminum wing ribs.
EAA Technical Counselor and A&P/IA mechanic Bob Koehler likes to stock longer sized rivets then cut to size when needed. He demonstrates how to cut solid structural rivets to proper length prior to being set.
Fabricate Aluminum Rib Intercostal
Built up wing ribs have several component parts. In this video EAA chapter manager John Egan demonstrates how he fabricated an intercostal for his scratch built Super Cub aluminum ribs.
Flush Riveting with C-Frame
EAA Technical Counselors and A&P/IA mechanics Dick and Bob Koehler demonstrate the use of a C-frame to flush rivet two pieces of aluminum together.
Using Metal Shrinker
EAA Chapters Manager John Egan demonstrates the use of a metal shrinker. John also shows how he used a shrinker to bend the metal cap strips on the aluminum ribs he built for his scratchbuilt Super Cub.
Bucking Bar Basics
EAA Technical Counselor and A&P/IA mechanic Bob Koehler shows different types of bucking bars to set rivets. He reviews several designs and demonstrates their usage.