Shop number 8623

Writes saoirse-xnumx: There are a lot of aircraft manufacturing plants in Moscow. These plants are not interesting outside, but very interesting inside. In Soviet times, it was only those who worked there that could see what was in this record, but now it's another time and everything has become a little easier. And at night on a rainy autumn day, when the guard peacefully slumbers, I teleported to the territory in search of another photographic material. So welcome to workshop number 8623.






1. A little soaked in the rain, I went into the open corridor and began to inspect everything.



2. All the doors were closed and it was possible to get there without harming anything only in this workshop.



3. A couple of minutes and I'm at the door. And immediately realized that the night would not be in vain.



4. In the only illuminated place of the workshop there are stocks for the assembly of aircraft; they come in various sizes and shapes, usually the plant itself produces them.



5. The whole workshop is absolutely working, and relatively clean.



6. Freshly painted detail on the cart.



7. As I understand it in this round thing is assembled.



8. Workplace location.



9. Such stands are in every factory where I was. True posters on them are different.



10. Forms for fighter noses.

Shop number 8623


11. I think for this there is a specific name and it is still interesting to know the process of making noses.



12. After about an hour in the workshop, a wildly screaming form of life was discovered. The cry was so sharp that I almost dropped the camera with the tripod together. The animal clearly had a romantic mood and the ora were heard, a cat appeared a couple of minutes later. It was not possible to photograph them. they quickly retired and I continued to shoot things completely incomprehensible to me.



13. Racks with templates, with the help of them given the desired shape of the plating details.



14. There are a lot of them.



15. Again, I do not know the mechanisms.



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17. Table on which hand paint rivets and other unpainted elements.



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20. Wing.



21. Galvanic bath.



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23. This part of the workshop was equipped with various machines, the machines are quite typical for factories. Many different patterns of wood.



24. Another fighter.



25. In two hours in this workshop I received a good charge of positive emotions, and all because I love cats and airplanes.
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  1. pokermen
    pokermen 15 October 2011 11: 39 New
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    and then we wonder why the Chinese planes are so similar to ours) I don’t want to come in
    1. His
      His 15 October 2011 18: 32 New
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      Equipment at the factory is probably the end of the 70s.
  2. Volkhov
    Volkhov 15 October 2011 13: 20 New
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    Lost civilization.
  3. Tolia
    Tolia 15 October 2011 13: 29 New
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    All the same, a culture of production remained in Russia ...
  4. Sergh
    Sergh 15 October 2011 14: 05 New
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    Yes culture, that culture, what is this airplane? I’m looking everywhere, I won’t find it.

    Ha, I found it!

    MiG-AT - a training (English Advanced Trainer) Russian aircraft OKB RSK MiG. The first flight in 1996. It was developed to replace the Czech Aero L-29 and L-39 in the Russian Air Force training units.

    MiG-AT is made according to a more traditional scheme than its competitor Yak-130. It has a low, straight, triangular wing; engines on both sides of the fuselage and central tail.

    The first flights took place March 16-22, 1996 at the LII aerodrome in Zhukovsky. By September of that year, the production of 20 units had already been laid.

    MiG-AT, a new generation twin-jet training aircraft, is designed to train pilots at the initial, main and advanced stages of training with elements of combat use, as well as to maintain the skills of piloting combatant military pilots.

    High flight performance, increased thrust-to-weight ratio, 4+ generation avionics with open architecture, digital aircraft control system provide a significant reduction in the time and cost of training pilots of such aircraft as MiG-29, Su-27, Mirage 2000, Rafale, Typhoon, F-16 and others


  5. Sergh
    Sergh 15 October 2011 14: 08 New
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    MiG-AT - a training (English Advanced Trainer) Russian aircraft OKB RSK MiG. The first flight in 1996. It was developed to replace the Czech Aero L-29 and L-39 in the Russian Air Force training units.

    MiG-AT is made according to a more traditional scheme than its competitor Yak-130. It has a low, straight, triangular wing; engines on both sides of the fuselage and central tail.

    The first flights took place March 16-22, 1996 at the LII aerodrome in Zhukovsky. By September of that year, the production of 20 units had already been laid.

    MiG-AT, a new generation twin-jet training aircraft, is designed to train pilots at the initial, main and advanced stages of training with elements of combat use, as well as to maintain the skills of piloting combatant military pilots.

    High flight performance, increased thrust-to-weight ratio, 4+ generation avionics with open architecture, digital aircraft control system provide a significant reduction in the time and cost of training pilots of such aircraft as MiG-29, Su-27, Mirage 2000, Rafale, Typhoon, F-16 and others



    MiG-ATR MiG-ATF
    Type of engines RD-1700 Larzac 04R20
    Take-off thrust, kgf 2x1700 2x1440
    Aircraft Length, m 12,01
    Wingspan, m 10,16
    The height of the aircraft, m 4,01
    Take-off weight, kg:
    - normal 6800
    - maximum 8300
    Fuel reserve in internal tanks, kg
    - normal 850
    - maximum 1680
    Fuel reserve in PTB, kg 2x470
    Maximum flight speed, km / h:
    - near the ground 850
    - at high altitude 850
    Maximum number M 0,8
    Practical ceiling, m 14 000 12 500
    Maximum rate of climb, m / s 81,7 63,3
    Maximum overload, G 8
    Ferry range, km:
    - without PTB 2000
    - with 2 PTB 3000
    Flight duration with PTB, h 4,3
    Armament:
    The number of weapon suspension points 5
    The GSh-23L gun of a caliber of 23 mm in the UPK-23-250 container
    Caliber bombs, kg 50-500
    NAR S-8 blocks of 80 mm caliber 2xB-8M1, B-8S7
  6. Igor91
    Igor91 15 October 2011 14: 38 New
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    it’s nice to look at what else we are doing and we were able to practice this summer at our aircraft manufacturing plant in Voronezh, too, was very surprised and pleased that the current was very disappointed that most of the new machines were from China, we do not feel sorry for them and still have little salaries lacking hands and then there are a lot of orders
  7. kesa1111
    kesa1111 15 October 2011 15: 52 New
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    Equipment and furniture of the USSR. It’s time to update, upgrade. It’s interesting if you sell a summer house for Serdyuk, enough for a couple of shops?
  8. LESHA pancake
    LESHA pancake 15 October 2011 15: 57 New
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    The FSB urgently leave for the son of a bitch and all the state secretaries can be tarnished.
    1. zczczc
      zczczc 16 October 2011 01: 46 New
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      LESHA pancake, you need to leave for the head of the enterprise to start :)
      1. Volkhov
        Volkhov 16 October 2011 02: 04 New
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        Do not worry - it’s not night, but day, production is idle, there are no orders, they were taken as a souvenir before reconstruction or sale - see carefully.
  9. Justme 15 October 2011 20: 09 New
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    The fact that many machines now come from China - yes it seems so. Why is it not mentioned anywhere that the machine-tool industry in Russia was purposeful and methodically destroyed in the 90s
    It seems - "the Cossacks were mishandled"

    As for the secrets - I well remember how our top company in the 90s dragged sets of blue with our best developments to the side ..
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      1. Justme 15 October 2011 21: 31 New
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        Sergh, here I had to work a bit on the local diesel engine - they put in new machines and among them - Belarusian ones - which pleases me - they look good - they hung all kinds of modern electronics, displays - well, a whole nice design