• 4 years of experience Sheet metal mechanic Boeing, Airbus. Lockheed Martin.
• 6 years of experience Airframe Military Aircraft UH-60, CH53, F18 Hornet.
- Aircraft Sheet Metal Mechanic at AES Affordable Engineering
- Aircraft Technician at Pratt & Whitney Inc
- Sales Associate at Mobile & Cingular Wireless
- at Banana Republic
6 years, 10 months at this Job
- High School Diploma
Tinker, OK 73135 Responsible for installing, modifying and preventive maintenance on various components of aircraft sheet metal. Perform the tasks of reworking, repairing, fabricating and installing the complex internal and external aircraft structural assemblies. Performing checks, removing components and carrying out inspections.
- Aircraft Sheet Metal Mechanic at Department Of Defense
6 years, 1 month at this Job
- - Technology
• Experience with installing and removing various types of fasteners
• Able to remove, fabricate, repair, modify, and install parts and assemblies, such as; frames, stringers, spars, skins, and double contour skins using hand or power tools and variety of metal working equipment
• Skillfully completed fabrication work which entailed layout, bending, cutting, forming, and assembling
• Maintained, modified and installed the various components of aircraft sheet metal.
• Laid out plans, fabrication and installation models for modifications.
• Performed checks; carried out inspections and removal of components.
• Studied technical manuals, blueprints and engineering drawings.
• Removed and disassembled defective parts of the aircraft.
• Performed final checks on assembly and installation of parts that were replaced.
• Maintained and kept track of all the maintenance records.
• Adhered to company policies and safety programs.
• Maintained the supplies and performed preventive maintenance. Familiarity with American Airlines, Atlas, Western global, West jet, United Airlines, and Air Canada. Experience with B767, B787, B747 and A320.
- Aircraft sheet metal mechanic at VT-SAA
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- Airframe Technician at U.S. Navy
3 months at this Job
- Associates of Applied Science in Powerplant Technology - Powerplant Technology
• Considerable Tig Welding experience base.
• Aircraft sheet metal worker and aircraft welding.
• Sheet metal work, cutting, drilling, shaping, riveting, measuring, bending. Aircraft welding and fabricating doing measuring, cutting, shaping, layout, tack welding and various other duties as required.
• Exceptional grasp of a variety of welding techniques.
• Superior knowledge of hand and power tool operation.
• Outstanding expertise in measuring metal components with straightedges and calipers.
• Excellent proficiency in working with aluminum carbon steel and stainless steel
- Aircraft Sheet Metal Mechanic at Bede AeroS.E
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- Welder/Fabricator, CDL Driver, Mechanic at
- Shuttle Bus Driver at AMERISTAR Casinos
1 year, 9 months at this Job
- High School Diploma
Aircraft Sheet Metal Mechanic Detailed Work Leader 120 days Numerous Achievement Awards Perform inspections on incoming aircraft and parts such as panels and flight controls. Remove and install anti-ice ducts and pipes in leading edges Fabricate parts Repair or modify aircraft parts Maintained corrosion control and prevention per manuals
- Aircraft Sheet Metal Mechanic at Robins AFB
- Aircraft Structures Mech. and Team Lead at TIMCO Aviation Services
- Aircraft structural mechanic at AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL AIRWAYS
6 years, 8 months at this Job
- Aircraft Structural Tech. - Aircraft Structure and sheet metal
- 2 YR. Degree - Aircraft Structural Technology
11-8-2011 to 5/12/2012. I, independently plan, layout, overhaul, modify, repair, assemble, and install complex aircraft primary structural sheet metal components and assemblies that have combined straight and curved edges or numerous and irregular planes, such as engine struts, cowlings, nacelle fairings, and other similar components. Examines aircraft items such as aircraft frames, bulkheads, spar chords, trunnions, production brake castings, longerons, skins, spars, ribs, etc. and determines the type and extent of repairs needed, makes required repairs, and installs on aircraft. Uses complex measuring instruments, hand, power, and pneumatic tools and machines. Enters information in computer terminals to maintain records and document actions. OTHER DUTIES Assisted A & P mechanics. Flagged in incoming/outgoing aircraft to dock detention building. Removed lavatories waste front and back [3 places]. Removed FOD outside. Cleaned interior. Cleaned all 3 ea. lavatories. Removed corrosion; alodine, primer not required. Cleaned cowlings I/B and O/B sides. Assisted flight crew incoming and outgoing. 1]. A/C structural sheetmetal Requirements; Read blueprint drawings, T.O./TCTO reference material, set up drill, pattern, drill holes, debur, countersink, alodine bare metal, primer paint all affected areas, with partner we shoot and buck rivets wet with sealant, ream to size, IAW T.O. Drawing[s] install wet with sealant hi locs and collars in metal. Remove corrosion, alodine, measure depth, and prime affected areas. 2]. All Contractor, direct aircraft required a security clearance 11-19-07 to 07-19-08
- Aircraft Sheet Metal Mechanic at Unemployed
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- Aircraft Sheet Metal Mechanic at Unemployed
- AeroTeck, Contractor at Valair
6 months at this Job
- Associate - Electronic Technology
- Certificate - TV Technician
- none - Physical Education
As Sheetmetal Structures Mechanic we repair and replace defective corroded parts.installing, grinding, drilling, countersinking, follow instructions from drawing. performed other duties as assigned.
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- Aircraft Sheet Metal Mechanic at Planetechs
3 months at this Job
- Aeronautical Engineering
- Aircraft Maintenance - Engineering
I have repaired and installed new and manufactured structural parts on aircraft. Fuselages worked on: Boeing 747, 737, 727 and the McDonnell Douglas DC-9. Also, I have worked on rotary wing aircraft to include: UH-60, OH-58, UH-60G, AH-64, UH-1 and AH-1. I have removed riveted damaged skin and structural members on aircraft. I have used cleco fasteners and cleco pliers to hold aircraft structure parts together. I have used supports and alignment jigs per repair manual specifications. I can make general sheet metal repairs, reinforcing, patching, and replacing defective parts. I have trimmed, cut, sanded, drilled, deburred, primed, painted and installed structural parts to conform back to original structural configuration. I have installed special equipment such as brackets, shelves, braces, stanchions, frames, racks, bulkheads and modified aircraft structural per engineering orders, service bulletins and or manufacturer specifications. I have drilled out, driven and bucked rivets, both universal head and flush rivets. I can remove and install Hi-Loks, Jo-bolts, cherry max, anchor nut plates, riv nuts, dzus fasteners, nuts, bolts, receptacles, high shear rivets, composite fasteners, press fit inserts, honeycomb inserts, clip nuts. I have used main and portable fixtures for proper structural alignment. I have installed clips and stringers, heavier gauge skin, plates and doublers. I have repaired and blended out minimal allowable corrosion on structural parts per aircraft repair manual specifications. I have installed patching material, have cut and trimmed, drilled and sanded patches. I have repaired bulkheads, frames and fuselages per manufacturers repair specifications. I have secured metal to metal by adhesives. I have repaired fiberglass and installed honeycomb repair material. I have used and mixed structural repair adhesives to include fiberglass resin and pro seal. I have bonded panels. I trimmed, cut, drilled, aligned new panels to conform to original aircraft configuration. I can used hand and power tools. I have used punches, shears, die grinder, drills, screwdrivers, hammers, bucking bars, rivet guns, band saws, repair former, compass, rivet fan, rulers, hole punch, shrink and stretcher machine, brakes, countersink, clamps, cherry max gun, dimple dies, riv nut tool, drill press, sanders, reverse spot face, apex style bits, air hose, air compressor, heat guns and routers. I can use measuring instruments, caliper, micrometers, depth gauge, thickness gauge and protractor. I can read and follow written and oral instructions in blueprints and drawings. I can utilized safety practices and procedures, follow established safety rules and regulations and maintained a safe and clean working environment. I am skilled in planning, layout and construction of items of combined a straight and curved edges. All repairs and installations were performed by instructions in the drawings, Technical Manuals, engineering orders and all authorized manuals provided by the manufacture and the employer. Supervisor: Human Resource (361-961-2779) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes Education: The U.S. Army Aviation Logistics School Fort Eustis, VA United States Technical or Occupational Certificate 04/1988 Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications: Aircraft Structural Repair Course. Job Related Training: Aircraft Blue Print and Fastener Training July 2009 Metallurgy and Heat Treatment Training Course August 2000 Aircraft Structural Repair Course 08 January 1988- 26 April 1988
- Aircraft Sheet Metal Mechanic at Corpus Christi Army Depot
8 years, 7 months at this Job
- High school
Responsibilities: Building sections of Blackhawk, G5, and Boeing 747-8 aircraft. Drill and install a variety of fasteners including but not limited to rivets, Hi-loks, Huckbolts etc Fabricate replacement parts and install. Reading blueprints and installing parts accordingly. Reason for leaving: Laid off
- Aircraft sheet metal mechanic at Triumph Aerostructures, Vought Aircraft Division
- Manager at Trace MFG
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- CNC Programmer/ Shop floor Manager at INTEGRATED RESOURCES
8 years, 2 months at this Job
- vocational - Electronics
• Inspected parts to ensure that they meet specific engineering instructions.
• Structure repairs for F-18s.
• Corrosion preventative, removing and install fasteners and doublers.
• Repair frame, stringer replacement, splices and cutouts
• Measure drill, file, cut, bend, and smooth materials to ensure fit and clearance of parts.
• Layout, drilling, reaming, and riveting of aircraft parts.
• Interpreted blueprints, schematics, 2D and 3D drawings, illustrations, and specifications to determine layout sequence.
- Aircraft Sheet Metal Mechanic at AECOM
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- at Bell Program Qualifications
2 years, 1 month at this Job
- Bachelor Degree - Business Management