|Mar 12, 2002, 01:40 AM|
United States, CA
Joined Dec 2001
Two Sheeting Thicknesses in Compufoil
I'm designing a built-up fully-sheeted wing where I'd like to specify thinner sheeting aft of the main spar.
Is it possible to use two sheeting thicknesses in CompuFoil? - either a direct way or some sort of workaround technique?
Is there any other software on the market approaching the versatility of CompuFoil, that can handle multi sheeting thicknesses?
|Mar 12, 2002, 01:38 PM|
Yup, piece of cake - .jpg attached. Assign sheeting thickness (in this case 1/16", pull up D-tube menu, snap to spar #1, assign "Rib cap thickness aft of D-tube" (in the example I put 1/32").....voila!
Save it out as .dxf, email it to your friendly local laser-cutter and BOOM you got yourself some beautiful ribs
YOU CAN'T GO WRONG WITH COMPUFOIL!!
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