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Old 08-17-2011, 09:35 AM   #1
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Tetris new project Boeing 747SP
We begin to build the carcass. While the design.

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Continuation of the simulation. more errors and we will prepare files for CNC.


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Old 08-21-2011, 07:08 PM   #3
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work
try a different version of the gain, save up to 100-150gr.,
the weight of the empty carcass. without losing the strength to bend and twist.



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Current cost models in August 2011.

http://bukvorez.ru/index.php?option=...d=36&Itemid=40
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Prepare plumage Boeing-747SP
may now decide, we make two cavities to facilitate the keels.
make two carbon gain 10-12mm, it is easier to collect feathers.
yet, that is. ask I will answer.




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Finished with the body. Cut off all excess before splitting into layers.
Next dense nesting and CNC cutting path.

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I cut Boeing747SP-1800mm
It's layers. Soon I will be glued. I'll show you the result.














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We cut the model Boeing 747SP
Weight of the aircraft with wings was 695 grams.

















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Great job. I commend you, simply on having to sort out all the cut parts.
This is an amazing accomplishment, as it is the first time I have seen a foam build, built up etirely from small sections, that can be cut without an extremely complicated CAD driven cutting setup. Looks like you could pretty much make anything you want, with your method.
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We produce drawings within 4-5 weeks. this is not an easy job. I want to say that the machine CNC unique. I will present you a model, if you find an analogue of the my CNC machine with the same precision cutting.
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