Description:to incorporate some radius requirements at the trailing edge of props, to take measurement of height and angle before and after incorporation. To supply 6 drawings and measurements in iges format.
Wants:to achieve smoothness and gradual gradient of the design.
#7 7512-A Revision 4 by tsalpha
#8 7512-B Revision 4 by tsalpha
#9 7512-C Revision 4 by tsalpha
#1 7512-A & 7512-AV Props by tsalpha
#6 Original Prop Tapered surface by tsalpha
#14 Data Sheet for 7512 Props by tsalpha
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