Hi,

after finishing my last project, I'm ready for the next challenge.
However,  right now I can't afford to start another project and buy components for development, although I'd have ideas of course.

So I'd like to offer my experiences in 3D modelling, printing and basic programming skills for some interresting development!!!

What I'm looking for is:

  • participate in 3D development of airframes, planes, gimbals or similar
  • optimizing parts and components for 3D printing (strength, printability, weight optimization)
  • doing FEM strength analysis on parts or multiple parts
  • building and testing complete multirotor or fixed-wing (and of course helicopters, see one of my blog posts earlier) systems

Please note that because of software rights, I can only provide native 3D file formats as a result (step, iges, stl, dwg, dxf, etc.).

I'm located in Hungary, Europe, my email address is nhadrian@gmail.com. 

Regards
Adrian

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Comment by ECODRONES on April 24, 2017 at 5:28am

Nice job again!

Here, job opportunity: https://career012.successfactors.eu/career?career_ns=job_listing&am...

Good luck!

Comment by Peter Bell on April 24, 2017 at 11:37am

Any interest in helping us out with some 3D rendering from Onshape to something like Keyshot?

We have flown our prototype and are now building a 1/4 scale PAV and have done most of the CAD work in OnShape with a group of 5 aerospace students from U.C. Davis working on this for their final year CapStone project: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HjPvx_TMmBk

The idea is if the 1/4 scale prototype is successful, we will attempt to build a full scale VTOL PAV in 2018 based on this design with the goal of keeping it under the UltraLight weight limit. 

Comment by Tom on April 26, 2017 at 11:46am

250mm 3d printed endurance, so far i got ~40 mins out of my endurance micro...

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