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SolidWorks P51 Mustang Airplane Tutorial

Welcome to Our SolidWorks 2010 Model Foam P51 Mustang Airplane Tutorials. Our tutorials are written for SolidWorks 2010. The following tutorials with the PDF icon are available for download. Download the free reader from Adobe.
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Table of Contents

Part 1. Fuselage. Loft four sketches, revolve cockpit and loft air intake. Units all inches.
Part 2. Wing. Loft two sketches with two guide curves. Airfoil from lip of foam food trays.
Part 3. Horizontal Stabilizer.
Part 4. Vertical Stabilizer.
Part 5. Motor. Same motor used in all our projects.
Part 6. Wheel. Same as Airplane.
Part 7. Wheel Wire. Cool sweep for front landing gear. Same as Airplane.
Assembly 8. Landing Gear. Sub-Assembly of wheel wire and wheel. Sub-Assembly can be used in other airplane assemblies. Same as Airplane.
Assembly 9. Assembly.
Drawing 10. Drawing. 11” by 17” paper.
Part 11. Propeller. Same as Airplane.
Part 12. Tail Hook Wire.
Photo
Works
13. PhotosWorks Decal.
Flow
Sim
14. Analyze in Wind Tunnel. Analyze design using Flow Simulation and create animation of flow trajectories.
Mastercam
X4
15. SW10 to MCX4. Use tutorial on Airplane page. In this tutorial you open your SW10 fuselage file in Mastercam X4. In Mastercam X4 you rotate solid fuselage into the correct Mastercam XY planes to cut on mill, create a wireframe centered around the solid for Blend Toolpath and loft flat cut surface. Also, your create new WCS view for bottom cut toolplane. Units all inches.
Mastercam
X4
16. Fuselage toolpaths. Create Toolpaths to cut fuselage from Dow’s Scoreboard EPS Polystyrene: 1) Top cut using Finish Blend. 2) Copy Top Cut Toolpath and Paste to create Bottom Cut Toolpath. Uses CO2 fixture to hold foam in mill. Units all inches.