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Virtual Technical Conference & 3D Exposition


CASTING CONTEST


FINALISTS Lightweight Micro-Drone is Fabrication Conversion


Typically manufactures as a fabrication, Aristo-Cast has investment cast this lightweight camera mount in Mg-A291E for their customer, resulting in not only a more cost effective approach to component manufacture, but a more durable one- piece component. Aristo-Cast employed generative design to give the part enough support strength where required and to help eliminate material when not necessary. The Company used on- site 3D printers to produce the generatively designed patterns and was able to cast them in magnesium which is 1/3 less weight than aluminum.


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PART: Micro-Drone Hardware Size: 1.90 x 1.90 x 1.10 in. Alloy: Mg-A291E


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