Composites made easier

Discussion in 'Composites' started by Russ Emanis, Aug 24, 2019.

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  1. Aug 24, 2019 #1

    Russ Emanis

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    Hi y'all, I'm having a ball creating Odyssey. Here's a video showing everything we've done to date including our program during Oshkosh 2019. Huge thanks to all the folks who volunteer . Tom Mann , Steve Spence, Jimmy and Marry Carter, Julian Morrison and his sons , Theresa to many to list . This video is unedited but you'll see everything was done as you a builder would do , no fancy CNC work and Advanced materials with simple processes. Enjoy !


    Some pics are low quality. I took pics of the screen.
     
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    Are you going to be running a similar class next year at Oshkosh?

    And how do you join the upper and lower fuselage halves together?
     
  4. Aug 30, 2019 #4

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    RSD, we will be there for AirVenture 2020.
    We will be cooking up a different project and switch up a few things as we fine tune it.
    Russ has been introducing more "Hands On" opportunities at this demo so expect more of that.
     
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    Great video and you guys show a lot of good technique. Happy to see quality like this! Can't wait to see how she turns out. I would advise other composite builders to view this vid and it's good to have the extra helping hands- I have to lean on friends when I do larger layups and they require copious amounts of beer to drive out to where I'm at- lol! Again, great vid and thanks!
     

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