Mueller College – Updates and Photo Gallery

If you have missed any updates from Mueller College, they are here for you to view at your leisure.

SEPTEMBER 2020

Update received from Anthony Banks (Teacher) and John Keen (Mentor)

Over the past month the students were introduced to the concept of the SAAA Youth Build and the expected trajectory of the project.  They have been Introduced to tools and 2024-T3 aluminium characteristics and commenced the building of toolbox practice kits.  Students have continued on with toolbox practice kits, learning deburring, match drilling, use of clamps and clecos.  They have also learnt marking out, drilling and cutting of hinges, solid riveting and pop riveting.  With the wing arriving, they have now carried out inventory and preparation of wing ribs and spar components.

 

AUGUST 2020

Exciting news! Our VANS RV12 plane wing has arrived! The students helped carry the boxes containing the various components from the back of the ute and into the Aerospace workshop this afternoon. The room was buzzing with excitement as the boxes were opened and they were able to see the contents for the first time. The students then continued working on their VANS toolboxes, learning how to use cleco pliers, dimpling dies and deburring tools. The feedback from the students has been very positive with some saying that the plane build project is now the highlight of their week.

A big thank you to Chapter 22 for their kind donation

JULY 2020

The SAAA aircraft build project has begun! Our 15 enthusiastic young builders met their SAAA mentors and commenced constructing their VANS toolboxes that were shipped all the way from VANS in America. This will give the students valuable construction experience and allow them to hone their skills before they start work on the wing. The wing is currently on its way up to us from Melbourne. #SAAAPlaneBuild

 

Exciting news! Our VANS RV12 plane wing has arrived! The students helped carry the boxes containing the various components from the back of the ute and into the Aerospace workshop this afternoon. The room was buzzing with excitement as the boxes were opened and they were able to see the contents for the first time. The students then continued working on their VANS toolboxes, learning how to use cleco pliers, dimpling dies and deburring tools. The feedback from the students has been very positive with some saying that the plane build project is now the highlight of their week.

A big thank you to Chapter 22 for their kind donation