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Fuel tanks and wingtips.
How the RV-6 became the most successful kit aircraft yet.
Why turn a hand crank when electrons work so cheap?
Working on the wings.
Four methods that worked-and one that didn't.
The start of a long, enjoyable tale.
An inexpensive laser pointer makes it easy to drill holes in exactly the right place.
It’s never been easy to afford flying, and it’s getting harder. As costs continue to rise, here are innovative ways to stay in the air.
Ken Scott's series on welding closes with an afterword from his mentor, Philip Groelz, who explains why TIG welding is the way to go.
Ken Scott continues his series on welding with oxyacetylene gas welding, and discovers the art and aesthetic in this traditional technique.