A little music for the airways can make your flight a pleasure. Jim Weir shows you how to power any music device from your panel.
Having problems drilling a precise hole in a tube? Ishmael Fuentes has the perfect-and inexpensive-solution with this nifty, easy-to-make V-block drill jig.
If you've got sticker shock after shopping for a main electrical system junction box, Jim Weir will ease your pain with a junction box you can build (and a cool color-coding system, to boot).
For some builders, the prospect of flaring hard-line tubing is daunting. Ishmael Fuentes demystifies the process, and shows you how to get good results every time.
Jim Weir delves into the world of barrier strips, wire markers, resettable fuses, nylon connector usage, dyeing and inrush current limiters.
Need to seal your firewall, reduce carbon monoxide and allow components to move freely? Chuck Dieterich shows you how to make firewall boots.
Jim Weir shows you how to create and install LED lights and run them from ships power inexpensively and easily.
Jim Weir uses quarter-wave magic to make a coaxial balun and a VOR/LOC splitter.
Jim Weir continues his series on digital logic (CMOS), and makes the little logic circuits do things that their inventors never considered.
So far in Jim Weirs investigation of digital logic, hes explored small scale integration. This time, its time to ramp it up a bit and use some medium scale integration devices that will remember your settings.