Its important to understand the fundamentals before you can be conversant in electrical theory, so lets revisit Georg Simon Ohm and James Watt to see how their laws factor in to aircraft applications.
Now that the foam is cut and glued, we’ll learn how to make the pattern, choose and cut the fabric, and sew the cover.
Learn how to measure, cut and assemble the foam pieces that constitute the seat cushion.
Its time to revisit the DIY wind tee project-but with improvements fueled by experience.
In this first installment of the upholstery series, the author looks at the basics: sewing machines, scissors, needles and thread, and more.
What do you do if you need to monitor a number of audio signals, but you don't have room for an audio switching panel? Jim Weir finds the answer in a summing amplifier.
Vibration is not good for engines, airframes or instruments. Jim Weir explains how to fashion vibration analysis equipment for less than retail cost.
Jim Weirs lifetimes worth of tinkering has produced a definitive list of electronics parts suppliers, and hes willing to share.
Ishmael Fuentes shows you how to protect and cool the hoses in your engine compartment by making a firesleeve.
Heat and avionics don't get along all that well. Rather than installing a fan that runs all the time, Jim Weir suggests building and using a fan that runs only when you need it.