Best Aviation CAD Models From the Past Couple of Weeks
In honor of this week's Paris Air Show:
Flight Cab by Schulz Romain
Intended originally for professional use as "Air Taxis," this flying car could rapidly become the main means of individual transport in the future.
Bi-Plane Laser Cut Wooden Toy by Trinityscsp
Modeled with Solidworks 2016. Rendered with Simlab Composer 7. Mechanical Edition. GIFs made with PhotoScape. Renders edited with IrfanView.
F-86 Super Sabre by Anirudh Rao
Produced by North American Aviation, the Sabre is best known as the United States' first swept wing fighter that could counter the similarly-winged Soviet MiG-15 in high-speed dogfights over the skies of the Korean War (1950–1953). Thanks, Anirudh Rao!
Sukhoi Su-47 (3D modeled) by Vojtěch Šaloun
The Su-47 was originally built as Russia's principal testbed for composite materials and sophisticated fly-by-wire control systems.
Drone With Electric Generator by Sergey Alekseenko
This electric generator drone is modeled on a design of stainless steel but with no metalic properties.
Supermarine Spitfire 2 by Nahid Mubin
The Supermarine Spitfire 2 was a British single-seat fighter aircraft that was used by the Royal Air Force before, during and after World War II. This model still looks pretty cool today!
Centa KJ-66 NanoTurbine by Danilo Centazzo (Dany)
KJ-66 Turbine project developed and slightly modified by GrabCAD Community member Danilo Centazzo (Dany).
70” Warp Drive propeller by Daniel Clarke
Model of a 70" Warp Drive adjustable pitch propeller.
Sukhoi Su-30MKI by Sazal Majumdar
Sukhoi is a large Russian aircraft manufacturer that designs both civilian and military aircraft.
Propeller by Md Sazzad Mahmud
A propeller is a type of fan that transmits power by converting rotational motion into thrust.
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