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HelicopterCAD - Engineering - Technical › Using AutoCAD to design Raptor 50 ECCPM system
08-09-2007 08:52 PM  10 years agoPost 1
flanker chiang

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I used AutoCAD to design e-ccpm system two months ago for my Raptor 50.
I just only changed the servo frame and added two FRP plate to hold elevator lever.
See the photos

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08-22-2007 05:54 PM  10 years agoPost 2
SSN Pru

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looks good, i personally find autocad quite difficult to work in 3d. good job!

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08-22-2007 06:24 PM  10 years agoPost 3
Eartaker

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hmm once you get it done you can get a program called Mastercam... it will automatically read the cad files and then you can take it to a machine show have it rendered and they will machine it in aluminum.

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08-23-2007 03:44 PM  10 years agoPost 4
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hmm once you get it done you can get a program called Mastercam... it will automatically read the cad files and then you can take it to a machine show have it rendered and they will machine it in aluminum.
I think he has already made the part he wanted (see photo). BTW.....Mastercam will not "automatically" read the 3d model. You will have to do a lot of work in setting toolpaths and regions for machining, but yes, it will convert the model to G code format that the CNC machine will understand. I don't quite understand what rendering a model will do for machining purposes though......

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