Have a CH-47 Chinook Boeing Helicopter That You Need Parts For? Cutting Dynamics Has the Solution

 

CH-47 Chinook helicopter

Over the years, the CH-47 Chinook has evolved to become one of the most widely utilized modes of transportation in the defense industry. For this reason, our team wants to highlight the helicopter’s most notable features, as well as how it can further benefit your defense operations.

Learn more about the CH-47 Chinook helicopter, as well as how Re:Build Cutting Dynamics can provide comprehensive and durable parts for the defense sector below.

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What Is Urban Air Mobility (UAM)?

urban air mobility

The future of aviation isn’t only concerned with expanding preexisting systems or venturing out to the stars, since a major movement is underway that could ultimately upend how we think of cities – that of urban air mobility, or UAM.

Urban air mobility aircraft have the potential to drastically alter city life long-term and could even play a role in reshaping some aspects of rural and suburban life, so it’s vital to have a solid grasp of what the technology and processes will look like in the coming years. Read on to learn about the changes on the horizon coming from urban air mobility. Continue reading “What Is Urban Air Mobility (UAM)?”

How Does Automated Aircraft Work? A Guide to the Composites Used for Urban Aircraft Mobility

Automated aircraft

When creating aircraft for defense applications and more, engineers prioritize strength, weight, and reliability. These forces work together to create an aircraft that safely transports passengers and cargo to their intended destination.

In order to meet quality and durability standards in the structure while achieving a light aircraft, the aviation and aerospace industries thrive off of the benefits provided by advanced composites, especially in a sector like urban air mobility.

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The UH-60A, UH-60L, and UH-60M: What Are the Differences?

Black Hawk UH-60 variations

On our news page, we like to provide worthwhile information to our clients and site visitors on a wide range of topics, which can include company updates, industry insights, posts about aviation history, and more.

Since we regularly work with organizations and companies who utilize Black Hawks, writing about these helicopters is something we do often. With that in mind, we thought we would craft a post for those looking to learn more about these vehicles, so read on to discover key differences in some prominent models.

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How Helicopter Maintenance Has Changed Over the Years

MRO maintenance
The first successful helicopter flight occurred in 1939 by Russian-American aviation pioneer Igor Sikorsky. Sikorsky’s helicopter design comprised of a main rotor and tail rotor. This design was the inspiration for all future helicopter designs and earned Sikorsky the title “the father of helicopters.”

As expected, the earliest helicopters were quite simple compared to those today. Early variations of the modern-day helicopter were equipped with skids instead of landing gear, open cockpits, and unaired fuselage sections. These helicopters were known to be very shaky and often unreliable. Now, helicopters are just as equipped as airplanes, with retractable landing gear and full instrumentation and navigation equipment.

Over the years, massive advancements in the design of the helicopter has resulted in major modifications in helicopter maintenance. Currently, the United States spends over $1 billion on helicopter maintenance each decade. Continue reading “How Helicopter Maintenance Has Changed Over the Years”