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Frasca high bay and final assembly production area


Frasca


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“The process of creating a Frasca simulator is a highly collaborative affair involving the buyer, a project management team and the sales team,” Prichard said. The average time frame runs from 1-4 months for an HTD or RTD (reconfigurable training device) to about 9-12 months for an FTD and 18-24 months for the more complex simulators, Gawenda estimated.


"The whole team is dedicated to providing flight training that is accurate and cost-effective for our customers," Prichard explained. "We just want to keep providing flight sims that make flying safer."


It's amazing what those 130 Frasca team members can create. 66 Sept/Oct 2020


imagination, and the Frasca team loves talking AI, startle factor, g-force, realistic ATC and VR goggles capabilities.


"We are very vertically integrated," John Frasca said. "We manufacture everything that we use in the sims." Frasca also designs the simulators and collects the data.


Frasca's manufacturing capabilities include realistic cockpits, instruments and control panels, visual systems, patterns and molds for composite parts, and structural components. Details go right down to collective covers, seat cushions, laser engraving, woodworking, and powder coating.


"There's a lot of craftsmanship that goes into that," Gawenda said. "We seldom build the same simulator twice."


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