Table of Contents
April 2016 Issue
An insider’s view into one of homebuilding’s best-kept secrets. By Glen Bradley.
Remembering Jim Bede Sr.
Making long, straight bends in sheet metal is easier than you think. By Paul Dye.
Using a 3D printer to make an avionics fan shroud. By Dave Forster.
Why turn a hand crank when electrons work so cheap? By Ken Scott.
Air-oil separators 101. By Dan Horton.
What’s required for Experimental/Amateur-Built Aircraft? By Owen C. Baker.
Oil—lubing and cooling the source of thrust. By Tom Wilson.
Builders share their successes.
Higlander gross weight increase, using certified parts in a plansbuilt Cub. By Mel Asberry.
Part 2: Keep it clean and organized. By Eric Stewart.
Restrictor fittings that are easy to make. By Paul Dye.
Drill guide for canard install. By Bob Hadley.
Let’s stay current. By Jim Weir.
By Larry Larson.
Blade inflow angle. By Barnaby Wainfan.
Our worst fears. By Paul Dye.
Nuke it! By Elliot Seguin.
Never too experienced to learn. By Vic Syracuse.
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