Posted: 11/17/2009 16:00:07
EAA needs members to review a book on sheet metal construction. To volunteer, simply post a reply to this thread. I’ll be selecting the testers (randomly) on 11/30/09 and closing this thread at that time. If you are selected, I will send you a private message with the details.
Requirements to participate in this test:
· You must complete a short product review form after using the product.
· You must be an EAA member.
· You get to keep the item after you are done testing it.
We’ll be having other opportunities to test products coming up so keep checking back to www.oshkosh365.org forums for more posts. You’ll see the outcome of this test work starting in January in Sport Aviation.
Thanks for volunteering,
Director, EAA Member Programs
Built Sonex, Own J-3 Cub
Posted: 11/17/2009 16:13:03
Is this the Sheet Metal book by Jack Dueck that is currently for sale?
Building Sonex #1287
Posted: 11/17/2009 17:33:17
Hi Charlie, Just finished the Sonex workshop in Oct. I would be very interested in reviewing the book. Thanks, Ted Kalin@ email@example.com. Oh ya, I am a member and marked 20 consecutive Airvetures this year.
Posted: 11/17/2009 18:27:13
Posted: 11/17/2009 20:03:37
I'm very interested!
I'm currently repairing a metalized Pacer project that needs some sheet metal attention. I'll put this book to use!
Posted: 11/17/2009 21:11:20
I've got an eye for detail, and I'd enjoy reading this book.
Count me in if there's room.
Posted: 11/17/2009 21:32:28
I'd love to see this book
CH-701 Scratch Builder
CH#1012, Fort Frances, ON
International Falls, MN
Posted: 11/18/2009 20:13:08
I would love it!
Currently taking Airframe I through ERAU.
Posted: 11/18/2009 20:26:57
Posted: 11/18/2009 21:54:11
I, with two other EAA members gave a seminar in Basic Sheet Metal Techniques at the October KY Dam T-18 gathering. I also have been granted a forum tent at the 2010 Sun'nFun on Thursday and Friday.
I am priviledged to possess TC authorization #5436.
I'm a T-18 builder. My wing center section is currently hanging on the wall at the EAA Museum attached to Don Taylor's T-18 Exhibit.
I'd be happy to review your book, having reviewed approximately 10+ books in preparation for our Seminars.
P.O. Box 4666
Stockton, California 95204
Posted: 11/18/2009 22:04:10
Me again, currently building a Murphy Rebel, this book could help me as well confirming some of my notions. I would love to review the book as current sheet metal builder.
Posted: 11/19/2009 18:16:46
I am a proud EAA member and would love to review the book. I am building a Zenith CH 750.
Posted: 11/19/2009 18:21:20
i am willing to go over this book. all information good or bad is always welcome. thanks j.m."mike"collins
Posted: 11/19/2009 18:31:16
I'm about half-way through the building process on my RV9A. I would like to see how this book could help me complete this project or, at least, solve some of the problems I'm facing. Send me a copy and I'll give you my honest opinion.
Posted: 11/19/2009 18:44:13
I would like to review the book.
Posted: 11/19/2009 18:47:17
This looks like fun as well. One reason I married my wife is she volunteered to take a course on sheet metal and passed with 100% in one of Jack Dueck's classes.
Posted: 11/19/2009 18:55:36
I would be interested in reviewing the book as well. I have flown my Sonex, and thinking about another project.
Posted: 11/19/2009 18:57:50
Modified: 11/19/2009 19:01:21
I've built a metal plane, am an A&P, and am currently restoring a 170. I have several books on metal working and am always trying to learn more. Would like to participate in this review.
Posted: 11/19/2009 19:03:25
I would like to "test run" the sheet metal book. I earned my Airframe mechanic rating last month
, and am currently working on my powerplant rating.
Long flights, smooth air, and soft landings,
Posted: 11/19/2009 20:13:08
I would like to review it