Senior aerospace engineering major Vebjorn Moskvil is engaged in a personal project for academic purposes. To finish his research, he is utilizing a Haas VF4 machine, and he is machining aluminum to construct the chamber for a fuel tank experiment. It will be used to dump fuel into an experiment chamber that will be launched by Blue Origin in the …
Matthew, Brandon, and Dhruv are making a prototype landing leg for a rocket launch structure that will be carried aloft by a balloon. Their work with the Purdue Orbital Club is quite thin. They use aluminum as the material for the Haas VF4 machine to machine their product.
Atulram, a peer mentor at the center is creating a cooling plate for Purdue Electric Racing that is still in the prototype stage for the car’s electric battery. He is making the cooling plate in order to keep the battery from getting too hot. Aluminum was used to construct the prototype.
Cole Cicora a peer mentor at the center is employing the HAAS VF2 available here to mill a Purdue P. He uses the 1/2 Maximet then the 1/8 Maximet & finally the 1/8 Engraving Cutter for his project.
This is the combustion chamber for a micro gas turbine engine. It’s made out of 304 stainless steel. This part consists of an external and internal chamber that has primary, secondary, and dilution holes. It will be rolled and then welded together to make the complete combustor.