Materials

Beautifully Engineered Aviation Parts

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Aircraft and helicopters are designed to operate in extreme conditions, using materials and techniques at the forefront of innovation. New designs and improvements are always pushing the boundaries.

With the rapid advancement of avionic, electronic and engine technologies, many of these planes become redundant and are superseded by newer more fuel efficient and environmentally friendly models.

At the end of an aircraft’s working life it is “harvested” for valuable parts which, after rigorous testing, certification and refurbishment can be reused as spares for other planes. The residual air frame, and parts that cannot be re-used or are redundant "whilst beautifully engineered" are destined for the scrap yard. That is until DappR intervene.

 

Engine Maintenance

Airbus Box

Engine Cowls

Screw Jack

Inside an Aircraft

Wing Flaps

 

Premium Locally Sourced Timber

Oak, Cherry, Elm and Ash

 

Elm

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Ash

Bar Top Multiple Woods

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Recycled Mahogany