Hello everyone, today I received my TL2 and in order to celebrate it I wanted to share with you some pictures of my job which I truly love. Hope you like them!
Rolls Royce RB211 from a 757 with no fan blades.
Rolls Royce RB211 engine being removed.
Removing the winglet of a 757 to inspect it.
Boeing 777 reverser cowl removed for inspection.
Boeing 747 gear swing after all gears replacement.
Boeing 767 undergoing full gear replacement. Right main gear already removed.
Right main gear from 767 removed.
Weighing of a 757.
Fuel pump removed for inspection
Boeing 747 overhauled gears ready to be installed.
CFM56-7B engine from a 737.
Never knew that’s something done during (some) inspections! Thanks for all the insights!
It is indeed, we remove both winglets to take a look inside them and check the wiring for the lights, corrosion and cracks.
Thank you, I have many many more. If people like it i will do another one.
That’s interesting to know! Great shots!
yo!! i love ur job!! and i love all the photos
Thanks man! Glad u liked them.
Thanks for sharing this with us, those are great pictures. It’s good that you’ve got a job you enjoy!
Coolest job out of anyone on the forum! This is awesome 👏
Great and interesting pictures… Thanks for sharing!
Oh my goodness, I can only imagine how long it takes to replace all the gears on a 747…
Thanks man. I really enjoy learning every single day something new. This things are complex and always being updated.
Thank you. Next week I will do another post. I have lots of interesting pictures.
Well it all depends how much manpower you have available. With enough manpower and nice tooling i would say it can take 4-5 days.
Looks awesome. I assume it’s a Lufthansa facility or something? It must be even better given you can work on a range of airlines aircraft!
Actually this was my former company. I was there 2 years and a half. Now I work with the lufthansa 747-400/-8 mainly. Sometimes 330/340 also.