THIS article is the first of a short series which is intended to summarize and, to some extent, correlate the methods used in the production of several well‐known types of modern aeroplanes. Particular attention will be paid to the methods of the Germans, not in order to publicize them (which they are more than able to do for themselves), but in order that all that is of merit may be gleaned from their work.
J.H.S., (1940), "The Jigging of Modern Airframes: A Review of Some of the Methods Used by British and Foreign Manufacturers", Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology, Vol. 12 No. 10, pp. 311-313. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb030703Download as .RIS
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