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Alignment aids for Lycoming oil screen housings.

By William Rynone, Ph.D., P.E.

A One-Finger Hand

By William Rynone, Ph.D., P.E.

In Case You Missed it

All About Avionics: We Came, We Saw

There are seemingly few more mundane tasks than making holes, but there are as many ways to do them, as there are different sizes and shapes of holes. This month, Stein Bruch describes how to cut holes in the panel yourself, using tools you may already have around the shop.

Nobody’s Perfect

Nobody's perfect. Neither is any airplane or airplane part—there’s always a tolerance from perfection, and that’s OK, as long as you understand the art of repair.

Rapid Prototyping and Experimental Design

3D-printed composite part molds. By Ken Krueger.

Light Stuff

At AirVenture last year, Remos Aircraft introduced an all-composite, factory-built Light Sport Aircraft, the GX, which replaces the Remos G-3. Significant testing went into the two-year development of this new plane, including ground vibration testing, which is the subject of this months column; by Dave Martin.