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|02-03-2010, 10:59 PM||#21|
Join Date: Feb 2010
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my brother is into that so I sent him that video
That is really cool. We have a five axis machine here. We are making the blade fold actuators for the new heavy lift Sikorsky CH-35K helicopters. The guy is sitting on the rotor in the pic below. Our test piece is made out of aluminum like the helmet. The real part will be made out of a single block of titanium.
Before we cut the test piece, we had the computer model "3D printed" using a special laser/plastic machine. Instead of coming out on paper, it comes out as a large piece of plastic that you can handle and view.
great video, I'll show it around the shop.
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