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  • DFX of a Patrol wing profile

    ~Does anyone have a DXF drawing of a Patrol wing profile. I have had Patrol plans # 238 for a while and am now ready to start making parts. I have a Knee mill with a CNC package. It is not very practical to use the mill to cut out each rib but it will work well for the rib form blocks. My email address is bwelfred@rogers.com
    Thank you
    Ed Welfred
    Patrol #238

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    Ed, If you still need a dxf file let me know. I traced drawing 4 and getting it laser cut in Portland now. Sent from my rotary phone
    Mark
    Scratch building Patrol #275
    Hood River, OR

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    • #3
      Yes Mark, I could still us a DXF of the patrol wing. My email address is above.
      Thanks Ed.

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      • #4
        Hi Mark, my name is Alejandro and this would be my first post here!. I got Patrol plans #301 Would you share thos DFX files with me too?

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        • #5
          Certainly. PM me your email address.
          Mark
          Scratch building Patrol #275
          Hood River, OR

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          • #6
            Some day there will be a Bearhawk Bank, where DFX files of every part are deposited. Then one can retrieve a copy to use in there own shop, or have it on hand for there local fabricator.
            Brooks Cone
            Southeast Michigan
            Patrol #303, Kit build

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            • jaredyates
              jaredyates commented
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              If you can talk Bob into it from the IP perspective, I can make it happen from the technical perspective.

          • #7
            Have it in .SLDASM (solidworks) if somebody need ...
            Patrol #314(scratch building)
            Moscow, Russia

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            • #8
              Chewie Do you still have the dxf file for the wing rib? If you do I'd be interested in a copy. I'll pm you my email address. Thanks.

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              • #9
                Sure, I'll stand by.
                Mark
                Scratch building Patrol #275
                Hood River, OR

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                • #10
                  Mark

                  Do you a DXF file for the aileron and flap nose ribs?

                  Thanks
                  Scott Ahrens
                  Bearhawk Patrol Plans Built
                  #254

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                  • #11
                    Hey Scott, I think so, but might only be rough outlines for purposes of laying out of a sheet for cutting. I'll check.
                    Mark
                    Scratch building Patrol #275
                    Hood River, OR

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                    • #12
                      That would be great, thank you. I'm trying to get the hang of Solidworks and importing a jpg into a sketch. If you have the DXF I can resize it to match the drawings.
                      Scott Ahrens
                      Bearhawk Patrol Plans Built
                      #254

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                      • #13
                        Scott, here's all I have.
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                        Mark
                        Scratch building Patrol #275
                        Hood River, OR

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                        • #14
                          Thank you sir!
                          Scott Ahrens
                          Bearhawk Patrol Plans Built
                          #254

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                          • #15
                            Scott I saw this in my inbox at work from Draftsight. This is a time saving feature to translate an image into a dwg. Before, I manually traced over the image using splines etc. I did have control of the precision, like staying on the inside of the line vs outside, but I would think this feature would be plenty useful for someone wanting to model parts of the Bearhawk.

                            https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...&v=hTSbNe_RIs8
                            Mark
                            Scratch building Patrol #275
                            Hood River, OR

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                            • BravoGolf
                              BravoGolf commented
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                              I saw that video, I don't believe that addin is operational in the EAA version of the software. I am going to try this weekend. It certainly would be a time saver.
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