Repurposing a Plane Fuselage?
Hey, for my Aerospace class we have a project where we need to repurpose an airplane fuselage into anything. Does anybody have any ideas?
- FrankLv 51 week ago
Residence, hotel, restaurant, science exhibition. Business office.
- PeriferalistLv 72 weeks ago
There's a lot of unanswered questions there. What's it made of? How much material do you have to work with? What tools do you have available? What's your degree of talent?
- Skyseeker1Lv 62 weeks ago
You didn't mention a budget limit. So if money is no problem , I suggest you make it into a 3 or 4 display flight simulator. Put one monitor in each side window and one in front. Possibly one more for flight instruments. Or , purchase one of Virtual Fly's simulator flight panels. They are FAA approved for logging flight sim time.
Of course you will also need hi powered gaming computer as well. https://www.virtual-fly.com/en/shop/products/fligh...
- 2 weeks ago
A submarine, a planter, wall art, conference table, fort, awning, boat...
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- Vincent GLv 72 weeks ago
How big a fuselage?
You can't re-purpose a 737 fuselage the same way you'd do a Cessna 152.
For a jetliner, you could envision setting it upright, and have the panels covered with grab form and turned into a novel climbing wall.
- JetDocLv 72 weeks ago
Make an old Cessna fuselage into a kid's tree house.
- Old Man DirtLv 72 weeks ago
A pedestrian overpass.
- FanManLv 52 weeks ago
I've seen airliners made into houses and restaurants, bizjets made into limousines, smaller aircraft made into automobiles.
- PercyqtedLv 72 weeks ago
- BurgooLv 62 weeks ago
how about making it into living quarters, sort of like a mobile home type thing