Repairing control surfaces since 1973, I entered independently into the market in 1985.
After frustrations with Cessna's pre-drilled corrugated skins, I decided to meet my need by manufacturing my own corrugated skins for wing repairs.
With the help of an engineer, we built a hydraulic corrugator capable of repetitious processes using aluminum sheet metal.
After finalizing the machinery and product, I decided to open up sales to the general aviation market at a fraction of the price of retail parts.
Having the opportunity to serve others in the industry, I have built many friendships over the years, leading to a rewarding career.