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Old 04-16-2024, 09:02 AM
Stefan Hokuf Stefan Hokuf is offline
Join Date: Apr 2024
Location: Plymouth, MN
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Default Oh great, another guy from MN...

Greetings, I'm Stefan from Minnesota and figured that it's time to finally register as a user on this forum. I saw Bill Tromblay's great YouTube interview yesterday and was reminded of this great site. I also know Dan Pate and probably some other guys from MN on here from local car shows/swap meets or aviation events.

My day job is at AirCorps Aviation in Bemidji, MN where we restore WWII aircraft. We also manufacture other structures for many other types of modern and legacy aircraft. I travel around the country selling engineering and fabrication services to other companies that need those resources.

On a personal level, my hobbies are early hot rods (40's-50's) so I enjoy getting to work with my hands and rebuilding old cars and trucks. I don't live in the same town where AirCorps is (Bemidji) so I can't take advantage of all of the great equipment that we have there and so I'm only using a lot of the same simple and basic tools that most guys have in their personal shops. Looking forward to learning more here so I can use the techniques myself.
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Old 04-16-2024, 10:03 PM
BTromblay BTromblay is offline
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Join Date: Oct 2015
Location: Mukwonago, Wi
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Welcome to the group.

Bill Tromblay

"A sign of a good machinist, is one who can fix his F$@& Ups" My mentor and friend, Gil Zietz Micro Metric Machine.
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