Gap Fairings and wing bottom skins

Hours Worked = 5

First, I got the gap fairing parts dimpled.

Then I began on the wing bottom skins themselves, beginning with deburring all the edges. Then the skins were clecoed to the wing, and then I match drilled all holes. I then flipped the stand around and did the same on the other wing!

Today also hit the 500 HOUR MARK!

2 thoughts on “Gap Fairings and wing bottom skins

  • January 7, 2013 at 1:45 PM
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    at 85.00 (combined skilled aerospace labor and manufacturing engineering) an hour that’s almost $ 43,000 gross investment in labor.

    Sound about right?

    Can’t believe I’ve watched 500 hours of assembly.

  • January 7, 2013 at 2:04 PM
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    I prefer to think of it as $43,000 of savings!

    And the videos, at 100x real time, clock in at 4 hours 21 minutes!

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