Self-Pitching Carbon Fibre Cyclic Pitch Propeller, prototype, with wooden transport box and steel transport box trolley

Made:
2005-2006; 2014 in Pulborough
designer:
John R. Coxon
and
John R. Coxon
and

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Self-pitching three blade carbon fibre cyclic pitch propeller, prototype, and wooden transport box designed and made by John Coxon, Pulborough, West Sussex, England, 2005-2006, and steel transport box trolley, designed and made by John Coxon, Pulborough, West Sussex, England, 2014. This propeller was designed to be fitted to small motor vessel Volvo-Penta stern drive units. Originally, this propeller was designed for aircraft.

Details

Category:
Marine Engines
Object Number:
2014-364
Materials:
aluminium alloy, bronze (copper, tin alloy), carbon fibre, epoxy resin, felt, leather, mahogany (wood), metal (unknown), plastic (unidentified), plywood, stainless steel (marine grade 316) and steel (metal)
Measurements:
overall (see parts):
type:
prototype - object genre
taxonomy:
  • component - object
  • furnishing and equipment
  • container - receptacle
credit:
J R Coxon

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