Prometheus Unchained

Re: Prometheus Unchained

Postby Jay » Thu Jun 16, 2016 1:05 am

Sorry I missed your latest post, Monroe. Thanks for keeping the rest of us in mind as you push the technology forward. I'm starting to get jealous of your production capability!

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Re: Prometheus Unchained

Postby Monroe » Thu Jun 23, 2016 10:43 am

Antenna Tower up!
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Re: Prometheus Unchained

Postby Jay » Sat Jun 25, 2016 1:42 am

Yeah, that's our sky lately!

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Re: Prometheus Unchained

Postby Monroe » Mon Mar 13, 2017 4:34 pm

After nearly 2 years of development the 5 Axis "Harp Fabricator" is nearly complete and we can begin manufacturing and testing turbopump impellers.

The goal being selling some of the machines to help fund our projects.

I have been keeping my head down and working hard along with our prime investor to make our company profitable enough to continue development on the space effort.

Lots of announcements about the company and hopefully more progress on the X12A and getting back to working with amateur ground tracking with SatNogs and continuing the effort to achieve some first.

That was a hell of a lot of work to develop this machine and I sure hope we can make it pay off. It's truly difficult to bootstrap an aerospace company and make it actually work.

Let's see how this next 6 month goes.

The shop sure has changed but it really all depends on how well we can do with this new machine.

By the way I was fishing in another pond when I started the harp fabricator and the 5-axis project here 2 years ago http://diydrones.com/group/diydrones-cn ... fabricator
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Re: Prometheus Unchained

Postby Jay » Sun Apr 09, 2017 5:18 am

Well I don't know how I missed this! How much does that beast weigh? Your plan to use damping plates sounds like a good idea. They should be able to keep that harp from ringing.

Your link didn't post correctly here, but the same link in your Space Fellowship posting took me right to your discussion on the Harp Fabricator.

http://diydrones.com/group/diydrones-cn ... fabricator

Keep up the good work, Monroe.

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