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What is CompuFoil3D?
CompuFoil3D is an airfoil template maker with 3D rendering capabilities. It has the ability to create templates straight out of airfoil shapes, with users given options for altering various parameters including the thickness of the sheeting, the cord length, and so on prior to printing their templates. It automates mirror (reversed) template production as well as wire kerf compensation for efficiency.
The program can also produce modifiable wing rib templates. Modifications trigger real-time adjustments in the rest of the template, so users can rest assured that deciding to alter the design late in the template production process will not necessarily mean more work for them: the program performs adjustments automatically to take user-driven changes into account. Several wing shapes are available, of course, with user-selected dimensions. The user can also preview his wing design in full 3D after the ribs have been filled in. Files can be exported in file formats compatible with other CAD drawing applications and printing even large templates is possible through an automated tiling option. Airfoil pressure distribution can be simulated by the program and a NACA generator is packed into the application.
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Last updated: : August 17, 2014