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Sling Shows off the Zaleski Sling 2 and Announces Sling 4 with Rotax 915...

Zaleski Sling 2. Image courtesy of Sling/Mariano Rosales. If you’re headed to Sun N’ Fun, visit Sling at booths N-082 & N-089 in front of Hangar A. We have a...

Ed Zaleski 1947–2019

Ed Zaleski It is hard to write down in a few words what the loss of a friend like Ed Zaleski means. He was a lifelong friend. We began by...

Building With a Partner

...buddy Ed Zaleski looks on. Zaleski gets to stitch up the next one. Group Think How about group projects? Can they work? Certainly they can, but the issues of compatibility...

Build a Bear: Some Assembly Required

...my buddy, Ed Zaleski, and I would be immune to this particular delusion, but you would be wrong. We stood there glowing as we surveyed our freshly painted parts on...

Getting Started on the GlaStar Project

...to fish a rivet into place while Zaleski reaches into the empty fuel cell cavity to position the bucking bar. Note the extended rivet set in the rivet gun that...

Build a Bear: Mellow Yellow

...Luckily, my good friend and building buddy, Ed Zaleski, likes to paint, so I knew I could get through this. Building the Booth Before we could paint anything, we needed...

Trike to Dragger

Everyone says you have to fly a taildragger to be a real pilot. Succumbing to such nonsense, my airplane building buddy, Ed Zaleski, and I decided to convert our tricycle...

Build a Bear: Put the Fabric in Fabrication

...big deal, but in retrospect it was sort of a boneheaded thing to do. Ed Zaleski treats aluminum parts with Alodine before painting. A temporary tray is made with 2x4s...

Making Progress on the GlaStar Project

...as I proceed through the golden years. When my good friend Ed Zaleski and I built the Sportsman, we routinely worked 9- or 10-hour days when we could. Nothing close...

Build a Bear: Taking Stock

...later. Today we just shoved everything in the hangar and got back to work. The next Saturday could not get here soon enough. My building and flying buddy, Ed Zaleski,...

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Home Shop Machinist

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Roll Your Own

When they couldn't find a likely single-seat homebuilt that would work as an inexpensive but reliable commuter airplane, two builders who are well versed in metal aircraft construction took it upon themselves to design and build one;

Alternative Energies

Great predictions about the advent of reliable, readily available and affordable electric aircraft have come and gone. How far away are we? By Dean Sigler.

Letters

Education and InspirationFor the past few years, I have been working on a one-of-a-kind...