TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER

For the ALTO 912TG we offer a transfer license or Technology Transfer (TT). In this product the customer is provided:

  • Complete drawing / technical documentation
  • Staff training
  • Technical support

The Technology Transfer package is therefore a simple, fast and very economical option for launching licensed production in any country.

STAFF TRAINING

End customer training is provided along with documents. Staff training is divided into several stages focused on different parts of the airplane being built. At the end of each stage, the employees undergo a test of acquired knowledge, on the basis of which they are awarded a unique certificate. For maximum clarity, the lessons are taught on the actual parts of the plane being built.

STAGE I

The first part of the training is dedicated to installing the ROTAX 912ULs engine, instruments and electrical wiring. The final part takes place at the airport and deals with the finishing work on the aircraft and the test-flying proper.

STAGE II

This stage deals with the assembly and riveting of the fuselage, tail surfaces and wing of the aircraft. The staffers are acquainted with various types of riveting techniques, pressing-in of bearings and other standard operations.

STAGE III

The staffers are trained in the production of individual parts. The following operations are trained: milling, bending, pressing and other forming methods. The Stage III includes provision of preparations/tools/jigs and cut-out production plans.

DRAWING & TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION

The customer is provided with complete drawing documentation necessary for the manufacture of individual parts and their placement in assemblies, in electronic form. The technical documentation is a suitable platform for the aircraft certification in the area.

TECHNICAL SUPPORT

License transfer involves technical support at the place of implementation. Our staffers are sent to the aircraft construction and operation site for consultation and dealing with various issues according to agreed terms.

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