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PostPosted: Sun Dec 28, 2014 9:50 pm 
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Maybe this is too much of a favor for anybody to do. But for those that work on airplanes parts, fabricating metal parts, etc. Would anyone be willing to make a few simple youtube videos on how to do it for those that want to get into the hobby? I get the idea how its done and all but it would be better help if someone could have a few videos for a better idea. I don't live anywhere close where I can actually get hands on and most people around here wouldn't have the interest.

I'd definitely like to see how some of you shape and make airplane sheet metal.
And maybe even a video on drilling out old rivets and adding new ones.

I'd be willing to pay a little for the trouble. And Im sure this would be beneficial to others as well.

Thanks,
Nathan :)

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 28, 2014 10:11 pm 
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Nathan wrote:
Maybe this is too much of a favor for anybody to do. But for those that work on airplanes parts, fabricating metal parts, etc. Would anyone be willing to make a few simple youtube videos on how to do it for those that want to get into the hobby? I get the idea how its done and all but it would be better help if someone could have a few videos for a better idea. I don't live anywhere close where I can actually get hands on and most people around here wouldn't have the interest.

I'd definitely like to see how some of you shape and make airplane sheet metal.
And maybe even a video on drilling out old rivets and adding new ones.

I'd be willing to pay a little for the trouble. And Im sure this would be beneficial to others as well.

Thanks,
Nathan :)


Here:
http://www.eaavideo.org/channel.aspx?ch ... sheetmetal


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Try Kent White, One of the world's best if not THE best:
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 06, 2015 9:26 am 
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Thank you all! :D

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-The Cold War.
-Collecting aircraft parts and Memorabilia.


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