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for: ‘October, 2015’

SWITCHBLADE UPDATE: 23 October, 2015

We continued assembly of the wing fixture or jig, which holds the wing parts in position while the wing is bonded and bolted together. Checking accuracy took some time, as we want the jig to be correct so we don’t introduce error into the future wing building, as well as our prototype wings. The jig […]

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Central Oregonian article on recent Air-Fair

Prineville Airport hosting aviation education event Two-day program is sponsored by Samson Motors, which is building the Switchblade flying car at one of the local hangars. The Prineville Airport will be the site of several noteworthy events this weekend, for pilots and for the general public. Three classes will be offered, two for pilots and […]

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The wing jig (metal framework that holds parts together in place) is being assembled and rigged for use. Below is shown the framework nearly completed and ready for the wing pieces to be placed within. Next we placed the wing skin with main spar (beam) in the lower cradles, and are getting the last of […]

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