PART 5 MUDDS EASY 4 BLADED PROP CARVING

March 20th, 2010 | by ADMIN |

THIS IS A ONGOING PROJECT FOR THE EDUCATION OF PROP CARVING. THIS IS PART 5 OF 7 AS IT STANDS RIGHT NOW. PART 4 SHOWS THE EASY WAY TO MAKE THE CURVED PART WITH AN EVEN CONTROLED CURVE BEING CONSISTANT ACROSS ALL FOUR BLADES. THESE FOUR BLADES ARE PERFECTLY MATCHED AND BALLANCED WITH A 4.5 TIP SPEED RATIO (TSR), THAT MEANS THAT IN A 10 MPH WIND , THE TIPS OF THE BLADES WILL BE TRAVELING 45 MPH! THESE BLADES HAVE VERY LITTLE DRAG AND A LOT OF LIFT. LIFT IS IMPORTANT IF YOU DONT WANT YOUR BLADES TO STALL OUT UNDER A LOAD OR TORQUE EXTRACTED BY THE ALTERNATOR.
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Duration : 0:10:1


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  1. 6 Responses to “PART 5 MUDDS EASY 4 BLADED PROP CARVING”

  2. By muddymuddymuddmann on Mar 20, 2010 | Reply

    In this video the …
    In this video the first tool is a file. sometimes wrongly called a rasp.
    What i wished I had is a draw knife.
    They take a little time to develop skill, but they are very fast and accurate.
    MUDDy

  3. By MCTWITCHIN on Mar 20, 2010 | Reply

    what is the first …
    what is the first tool you used
    ?

  4. By muddymuddymuddmann on Mar 20, 2010 | Reply

    OK I want to watch. …
    OK I want to watch.
    mudd

  5. By muddymuddymuddmann on Mar 20, 2010 | Reply

    Oh ya , they …
    Oh ya , they certainly do. I miss my draw knife real bad. I like watching the old timers carve out a chair with hand tools and no nails. I pay attention then. and i catch the little tricks they hide too. I AM sharper than most bowling balls. I miss my draw knife. time to break out the hagen das
    mudd

  6. By doug2877 on Mar 20, 2010 | Reply

    nice job i like the …
    nice job i like the fact that it is curved just like the big turbine blades using the bottom of the blade to push the blade up from the bottom rather than pushing it up from the top,,,,,,,,i like it i just might carve a set….later from the west coast

  7. By NCHiker1970 on Mar 20, 2010 | Reply

    Very nice! I guess …
    Very nice! I guess hand tools have their place even in this world of tech!

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