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SWITCHBLADE UPDATE 20 September, 2016

The last of the engineering on the bulkheads for the body was done, and we are now launching on the rest of the body parts. We are stacking up parts, ready to assemble as soon as we have all that we need. Most projects start with the body, as it is the biggest piece, and […]

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SWITCHBLADE UPDATE September 15, 2016

More body pieces in the works! Shown above is the mold for the nose cone. The purpose of this piece is to hold an aerodynamic shape in 200 mph+ winds, but also collapse in case of a frontal impact. It is being made with the same material used in Formula 1 cars – Enegra. This […]

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We went faster and KTVZ News covered the action

The Samson Switchblade team completed a new series of slalom testing per Road & Track standard course requirements with our ground test vehicle, and improved their time by 10%! We re-tested due to changing the differential (automobile part that splits power out to the wheels) to one that better suited our needs.The Switchblade already had […]

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SWITCHBLADE UPDATE September 5, 2016

Engineering shifted into high gear since the last post, as we are pushing hard to get the tail caught up with the body progress. We want to have two build teams working – one on the body and one on the tail. Concentrating on the engineering means we have less building progress to show, but […]

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