Thursday, October 25, 2007

TracerMarker for Aircraft Sheet Metal Repair

If you have holes to match locate in aircraft structure you will find that the TracerMarker is the perfect tool for this application. These aircraft hole finders are easy to use. Simply stick the pilot in the existing hole, peel off the cover to expose the self-stick adhesive, and place the new part in the correct location. The TracerMarker will stick to the new part so you can easily mark a perfectly located hole before drilling.

This new aircraft tool saves time and money plus avoids errors in holes being incorrectly located. The low cost TracerMarker should be a product that every aircraft sheet metal mechanic has in their tool box.

3 Comments:

At 9:30 AM, Blogger Dan Yager said...

What exactly does a "TracerMarker" look like? I think this is an interesting concept even for people who aren't building a plane out of sheet metal. I'll probably need to locate hole in the composite airplane I'm building in my garage for example.

Thanks,
Dan Yager
www.quickheads.com

 
At 4:19 PM, Blogger Toyuko said...

Cool!

Virtual Airlines Flight Simulator Online Flying Flight Simulation

 
At 3:52 AM, Blogger Manohar Singh said...

[url=http://www.monarch-garments.com/tweed-sport-coat.asp]http://www.monarch-garments.com/tweed-sport-coat.asp[/url]
Mens tweed sport coat
I want a lot more of these on the World Wide Web these days.
http://www.monarch-garments.com/tweed-sport-coat.asp

 

Post a Comment

<< Home