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Cutaway Of The Astar Tail Rotor

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Hey Gang


Was in school the other day and we were trying to figure out the best method of cutting an Astar tail rotor blade to make a cutaway...so we can see the internal fabrication. Any ideas?? I have seen old t/r blades at another school that seperated on the trailing edge (bad blades)...was wondering if seperating the blade along the trailing edge and trying to seperate the airfoil that way would be best. Anyways I'm just looking for suggestions to pass on to the instructor. Thanks in advance!!

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