Work conducted for the Combat Air Museum, Topeka, Kansas involved the origination of the 3D model (from scratch), with the objective of 3D printing an 80% scale version, for mounting onto an 80% scale model of an Airco DH2 WW1 fighter. This work was carried out whilst working for Kansas University, although I ultimately concluded this project on my own, using my own 3D printer.
Above : Final 3D print of engine mounted to the museum exhibit
Above : Fusion 360 model – Close Up showing how model will be 3D printed (blue is one piston half)
Above : 3D printed assembly with the propeller attached.
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