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F6F Hellcat Propeller | STL Files for 3D Printing.
There are 6 .STL files in total, compressed into a .zip file.

These are the STL files I made to get a realistic looking propeller for my F6F Hellcat r/c model airplane when it was not flying (which is most of the time!). The propeller is about 1/12 scale and has a diameter of 11.25 inches. This propeller is for display purposes only, do not turn this propeller with an electric motor! This propeller#39;s only purpose is to make the airplane look pretty, never to fly it.

The propeller blades for the model in the pictures were printed horizontally and I have also included a STL file for printing the blades vertically. The blade is much stronger when printed horizontally because the quot;grainquot; or printing layers extend the entire length of the blade. However the leading and trailing edge detail is rougher. When the blade is printed vertically the shape and detail of the blade is wonderful, but just like a wood blade whose grain goes from leading edge to trailing edge the vertical print blade snaps easier.

There are four basic parts to the propeller. The dome, the hub front, the hub rear, and the propeller blade. The hub needs three #2 x 1/2quot; socket head sheet metal screws to be assembled. The dome press fits to the hub front. The three propeller blade roots are captured inside of the assembled hub.

The 3D printed parts will need processing after printing. I found 60 grit and 100 grit sandpaper or equivalent, plus a small metal file to be essential. It is also handy to have a set of small drills and a Dremel tool. Make sure all the parts fit properly before starting on the finishing.

Use Bondo Glazing Putty to fill and smooth parts. Mask off the propeller roots and the inside of the hub front before primer and painting.

Materials needed to complete F6F Propeller: 3D printer with filament and a 7 x 7 inch print bed with 6.5 inches vertical or Z-axis capability (for vertical printed blade), (3) #2 x 1/2 inch socket head sheet metal screws, Bondo Glazing Putty, 60 grit and 100 grit sandpaper or equivalent, primer and paint.

This is an order for STL files to 3D print unlimited F6F Hellcat Propeller parts for your own personal use ONLY. Please don#39;t give away or resell the files.

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Wednesday, January 5, 2022

 Southern Idaho Timber Protective Association is hiring!!

Southern Idaho Timber Protective Association (SITPA) is seeking to fill multiple Wildland Fire Fighting  positions for the upcoming 2022 Fire Season.  We are looking to fill both benefitted and non-benefitted vacancies in both our Cascade and McCall duty stations.  This notification is being distributed to inform potential prospects of employment opportunities within our organization.   

 

 

 

Monday, December 13, 2021

Monday, November 1, 2021

Bureau of Land Management to conduct prescribed burning in Owyhee Mountains

 



Bureau of Land Management to conduct prescribed burning in Owyhee Mountains 

 

BOISE, Idaho – The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will be conducting the Bruneau-Owyhee Sage-Grouse Habitat (BOSH) Jackpot Prescribed Burn, located southwest of Jordan Valley, OR, between Nov. 1 and April 30 depending on weather, fuel and ground conditions.  

 

The objective is to burn areas of heavy, dead tree branches, called jackpots, accrued from the BOSH project’s juniper treatments over a 1,196-acre area. The BOSH project is aimed at reducing the encroachment of western juniper trees into grass and sagebrush dominated sites in the area’s sage-steppe ecosystem, which supports wildlife habitat, grazing, and recreation.  

 

The burning will occur mainly along two roads: three areas along Flint Creek Road and two along South Mountain Road. No public traffic delays are expected in the burn areas. 

 

Upon favorable conditions, fire managers expect to be burning for eight to twelve days, with subsequent mop-up and patrol occurring for several days afterwards. The public can expect to see smoke during ignitions and mop-up. 

 

Fire managers will be targeting weather and fuel conditions that minimize fire spread, such as snow, high fuel moistures and new grass growth. Containing the fire spread to individual tree debris zones protects nearby live vegetation and allows for faster vegetation recovery.  

 

For more information, contact the BLM Boise District Fire Information Line at 208-384-3378. 




Wednesday, October 13, 2021

Bureau of Land Management to conduct prescribed burns

 




News Release

DATE: October 12, 2021

CONTACT: Jared Jablonski  jjablonski@blm.gov  208-384-3210



Bureau of Land Management to conduct prescribed burns


BOISE, Idaho – The Bureau of Land Management will be conducting two prescribed burns this fall as part of an effort to reduce wildfire threat by removing hazardous fuels. Burns will occur in both Elmore and Valley counties with timing dependent on weather and ground conditions.


Martha Avenue Prescribed Burn – Located about eight miles north of Mountain Home, this burn will occur between Oct. 20 and Nov 20. The burn will remove 25 acres of Russian thistle that has grown within the Paradigm Fuel Break Project, a network of roadside buffer zones in which highly flammable vegetation has been reduced or removed to prevent fire starts and spread.

Round Ridge Pile Prescribed Burn –– Located about six miles east of Smiths Ferry, this burn will occur between Oct. 15 and Dec. 30 and will involve burning 30 large piles of logging slash, spread over 250 acres, that accrued from a 2020 timber harvest.  Burning these piles under cooler, moist conditions will eliminate what might otherwise be a hazardous fuel source during a wildfire.

Before starting any burn, fire managers will wait for adequate moisture levels in the project area to minimize unintended fire spread. Once initiated, prescribed burning operations are expected to last up to three days, with personnel and equipment patrolling areas up to five days afterwards. Smoke from these prescribed burns has the potential to be visible from large distances due to the projects’ locations, fuel types and burning conditions.

For more information, contact the BLM Boise District Fire Information Line at 208-384-3378.





Tuesday, October 12, 2021

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Wednesday, September 15, 2021

Stage 1 Fire Restrictions rescinded for southwest Idaho

 


News Release

DATE: September 15, 2021

CONTACT: 

Sharla Arledge (IDL)- 208-334-0286  

Fire Information (BLM)- 208-384-3378 

Venetia Gempler (USFS)- 208-373-4105 


 

Stage 1 Fire Restrictions rescinded for southwest Idaho    

   

Boise, Idaho --Effective Friday, Sept. 17 at 12:01 a.m., the Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Reclamation and Idaho Department of Lands will remove Stage One Fire Restrictions for federal, state, state endowment, private forestland and rangelands in the following Fire Restriction Zones:  

   

Owyhee Mountains Fire Restrictions Zone   

All of Owyhee County west of the Bruneau Canyon. 

   

Treasure Valley Fire Restrictions Zone   

All of Ada, Canyon, Gem, Payette and Washington Counties. Portions of Boise County including the administrative boundary of Lucky Peak Lake to Arrowrock Dam, south shore of Arrowrock Reservoir and that portion of Elmore County that lies south of the South Fork Boise River to Anderson Ranch Dam, south along Anderson Dam Rd (FS134) to Hwy 20, east on Hwy 20 to the Elmore/Gooding County line south to I-84. 

   

West Central Mountains Fire Restrictions Zone   

Boise National Forest, Boise District BLM and State and Endowment Lands within Elmore County and Boise County. Boise National Forest lands within Valley County. From the point where the Boise National Forest boundary intersects Idaho State highway 20 near Dixie following the Boise Forest boundary west and north along the ridge of the Danskin to Boise front foothills and extending North encompassing the Idaho Department of Lands to its intersection back with the Boise National Forest boundary near Sagehen reservoir and State and Endowment Lands in the High Valley Area (Valley County). The far northern boundary includes all Boise National Forest lands excluding those within the Frank Church Wilderness. All lands north of Sagehen reservoir including Tripod Mountain and West Mountain within the North Fork Payette River drainage north to near Tamarack Resort.   

  

Lifting the restrictions means the public is free to build a campfire, use a charcoal barbecue, or smoke outside of designated campgrounds and recreation sites. However, fire managers would like to remind the public that the accidental start of a wildfire can still be devastating. Be alert and be aware. Follow these tips to help prevent wildfire:  

  • NEVER leave a campfire unattended.  
  • Keep water, dirt and a shovel near your fire at all times.  
  • Make sure your fire is dead out and cold to the touch before you leave it.  
  • Never use fireworks, exploding targets or tracer rounds on or near public land.   

The BLM Fire Prevention Order remains in effect for all BLM-managed lands within Idaho. This order prohibits discharging, using or possessing fireworks, discharging a firearm using incendiary, steel core or tracer ammunition, or burning, igniting or causing to burn explosive material, including exploding targets.   

  

Together for Idaho, we can keep south-central Idaho safe from wildfires. For more information on wildfire prevention, up-to-date fire information and resources on becoming Firewise, visit: Birmingham Workhouse (Warwickshire) copper penny token dated 181.