Category Archives: Surface Modelling

Hoppers: Surface Model for Mass Containment

Hoppers: Surface Modelling for Mass Containment: Although not directly associated with aircraft design there are inherent modelling techniques equally applicable to many aspects of aviation. The techniques relate to surface modelling for the containment of a known mass or volume. In each … Continue reading

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Bell P-39: Cockpit Glass

Bell P-39: Modelling Curved Cockpit Glass (Inv 2017) Modelling the Cockpit glass can be a challenge to achieve the correct curvature and create the inevitable jogged and profiled edges. The Bell drawing lists all the ordinates to enable us to create the … Continue reading

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FW 190/Ta152: Parts

Focke-Wulf 190 and Ta152 Parts. Some sample images of components created as 3D models to support this project. These parts are dimensionally accurate, although not certified for fabrication I am confident they would be a useful reference resource. I should … Continue reading

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