E-1008 Elevator Ribs Deburr Begin

Hours:  0.3

Jul. 16, 2018

Got a few elevator ribs deburred.  Used the 6″ bench grinder subsidised by the 1″ #7 3M wheel on the die grinder.

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HS-1002 Spar, HS-905, HS-904, HS-1004 Deburr holes

Hours:  1.2

Jul. 16, 2018

Un-clecoed the HS-1002 front spar assembly apart to deburr the match drilled holes and also dimpled the HS-905 nose ribs.  

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Replacement HS-1013 Spar Caps – drill and deburr holes. Match Drill HS-1002 Front Spar

Hours:  5

Jul. 15, 2018

Used (8) 1/2″ cleco clamps to hold each HS-1013 spar caps in place to drill the #30 holes.  Deburred the holes per plans then match drilled the #40 holes to finish size as I am unable to match drill the...

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Countersink HS-1003 Rear Spar

Hours:  5

Jul. 14, 2018

The HS skins are already dimpled so match drilling is not going to happen.  I final drilled the rear spar holes with a #40 bit and then countersunk to the proper .007″ deeper than the standard countersink for a rivet...

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Match Drill Replacement HS-906 Spar Doubler, HS-1003 Rear Spar, and HS-912 Hinge Brackets

Hours:  1.25

Jul. 12, 2018

Match drilled all the holes in the replacement horizontal stabilizer and the spar doubler and hinge brackets.  All of these are new parts.

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E-1008 Elevator Ribs – cut.

Hours:  .3

Jul. 01, 2018

I started the first one with my tin snips and found that the snips would bend the material as it was cut. So far the snips have gotten very little use.  I used the bandaw with much greater success.  I...

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Deburr Replacement HS-1007 Douber, HS-906 Doubler, and HS-905s

Hours:  2.6

Jul. 01, 2018

So after drilling out all the rivets in the HS parts to salvage from the over countersunk spars I decided to REPLACE all the parts instead.  My thought is that I want all the holes to match as closely as...

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Replacment HS-1002 and HS-1003 Spar Deburr

Hours:  2.75

Jun. 30, 2018

On the first set of HS spars I used a coupon method to check the depth of the countersink.  If you are unaware of how this is done I will not educate you with the wrong method.  Suffice to say...

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