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Universidad Don Bosco

Facultad de Aeronáutica


Departamento de aeronáutica
Técnico en Mantenimiento Aeronáutico
Ingles Aeronáutico II

“Tools and Measure Devices”


Teacher:
Jose Balmaceda

Student:
Jonathan Alberto Coreas Lazo CL141318

GT: 01










Hand Tools

Name Use
Hammers and
Mallets


Some are used in forming
soft metals and striking
surfaces that are easily
damaged.
Soft-faced hammers should
not be used for striking
punch heads, bolts, or nails.
A mallet is handy for
shaping thin metal parts.
Screwdrivers


The common screwdriver is
used only where slotted
head screws or fasteners
are found on aircraft. A
screwdriver should not be
used for chiseling or prying.
Pliers and Plier-
Type Cutting
Tools


Round nose pliers are used
to crimp metal. Needle nose
pliers are used to hold
objects and make
adjustments in tight places.
Duckbill pliers are used
exclusively for twisting
safety wire. Diagonal pliers
can be used to cut wire,
rivets, small screws, and
cotter pins.
Wrenches

They are designed to fit a
nut, bolt head, or other
object. The often used in
aircraft maintenance are
classified as open-end, box-
end, socket, adjustable,
ratcheting and special
wrenches.
Special Wrenches

The special wrenches
include the crow-foot, flare
nut, spanner, torque, and
Allen wrenches. The
crowfoot wrench is normally
used when accessing nuts
that must be removed from
studs or bolt that cannot be
accessed using other tools.
Torque Wrench

The torque wrench is used
when definite pressure must
be applied to a nut or bolt as
it is installed. Commonly
used torque wrenches
include the deflecting beam,
dial indicating, micrometer,
and electronic setting types.
Impact Drivers

It uses cam action to impart
a high amount of torque in a
sharp impact to break loose
a stubborn fastener.
Punches

They are used to locate
centers for drawing circles,
to start holes for drilling, to
punch holes in sheet metal,
to transfer location of holes
in patterns, and to remove
damaged rivets, pins or
bolts.
Prick punches are used to
place reference marks on
metal. This punch is often
used to transfer dimensions
Hand Snips

Straight, curved, hawksbill,
and aviation snips are in
common use. Straight snips
are used for cutting straight
lines when the distance is
not great enough to use a
squaring shear and for
cutting the outside of a
curve. The other types are
used for cutting the inside of
curves or radii. Snips should
never be used to cut heavy
sheet metal.
Hacksaws

They are used to cut things.
An all hard blade is best for
sawing brass, tool steel,
cast iron, and heavy cross-
section materials. A flexible
blade is usually best for
sawing hollow shapes and
metals having a thin cross
section.
Chisels

It can be used for cutting
and chipping any metal
softer than the chisel itself. It
can be used in restricted
areas and for such work as
shearing rivets, or splitting
seized or damaged nuts
from bolts.
Drills

Pneumatic drills are
preferred for use around
flammable materials, since
sparks from an electric drill
are a fire or explosion
hazard. A twist drill is a
pointed tool that is rotated to
cut holes in material.
Reamers

Reamers are used to
smooth and enlarge holes to
exact size. Reamers are
made of either carbon tool
steel or high-speed steel.
Countersink

It is used to cut a cone
shaped depression around a
hole to allow a rivet or screw
to set flush with the surface
of the material.














Taps and Dies

A tap is used to cut threads
on the inside of a hole.
Dies

A die is for cutting external
threads on round stock.


Measuring Devices
Name Use
Rules


A rule may be used either
as a measuring tool or as a
straightedge.
Scriber


It is used to scribe or mark
lines on metal surfaces. It is
made of tool steel, 4 to 12
inches long, and has two
needle pointed ends.
Dividers and
Pencil
Compasses

They are used to scribe
circles and arcs and for
transferring measurements
from the rule to the work.
Micrometer
Calipers

They may be used to
measure the outside
dimensions of shafts,
thickness of sheet metal
stock, the diameter of drills,
and for many other
applications
Slide Calipers

They are often used to
measure the length of an
object; the slide caliper
provides greater accuracy
than the ruler. Some slide
calipers also contain a depth
gauge for measuring the
depth of blind holes.