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Helicopter Travel Munich

Helicopter Engineer, Pilot

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Desktop Engineering Magazine - Eleven Exploding Luftballoons

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Written by Werner Greipl

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Werner Greipl, an engineer and pilot, is general manager of Helicopter Travel Munich (HTM), operates Fun Flight und Helicopterdienste, and trains mountain search-and-rescue personnel internationally wih Heli Rescue Consult, GmbH.Send your comments about this article through e-mail by clicking here.Please reference "Avalanche, October 2006" in your message.


Press Release -- Eleven Exploding Luftballons: Alibre Design User Finds New Way to Move Mountains

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Avalanche Blast is the brainchild of Werner Greipl, who designed the 1387-part assembly in Alibre Design - the fastest growing 3D parametric solid modeling software. Greipl, a helicopter engineer, pilot, and alpine rescue instructor based out of Ottobrunn, Germany, learned the 3D CAD software at the same time he was developing his ideas and sketching out the initial parts for Avalanche Blast. "I got the free trial version and then did the whole job in two weeks," says Greipl. "The Alibre approach is quite straightforward. It didn't take me long to get used to it."

Greipl, a university-educated mechanical engineer, constructed the vast majority of solid parts in his own shop from Alibre Design's 3D models. Only three parts required outsourcing to a Computer Numerical Control (CNC) fabricator. Through Alibre Design, these 3D parts could be easily communicated to subcontractors, says Greipl.
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Greipl, an engineer and pilot, is general manager of Helicopter Travel Munich (HTM), and Fun Flight und Helicopterdienste. He also trains mountain search-and-rescue personnel internationally through his firm Heli Rescue Consult, GmbH: www.helirescueconsult.com.


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To stop skiers inadvertently hastening their ...

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To stop skiers inadvertently hastening their own demise, a device was developed by Werner Greipl to set off avalanches on a controlled basis. The 1387-part device, Avalanche Blast, was developed using Alibre Design, the fastest growing 3D parametric solid modelling software currently available. Alibre provided the right tools at the right price to bring a great idea into commercial reality.

Greipl, a helicopter engineer, pilot and alpine rescue instructor based out of Ottobrunn, Germany, learned the 3D CAD software at the same time as he was developing his ideas and sketching out the initial parts for Avalanche Blast. "I got the free trial version and then did the whole job in two weeks," says Greipl. "The Alibre approach is quite straightforward. It didn't take me long to get used to it."
Greipl got the inspiration for Avalanche Blast through conversations with pilot colleagues Gabriel and Marco Kostner, from the Italian helicopter firm EliKos, back in 2003.
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Greipl and the Kostners had previously relied on conventional explosives when flying avalanche management missions. "As we were throwing dynamite out of the helicopter's side door it was always a little touchy!", explains Greipl. "Having 50 kilograms of dynamite or more in the cabin and some guy sitting in the back with a lighter or some matches - it always made me feel a little nervous. How's that for understatement? So Greipl decided to use Alibre Design to hone his idea for a device that could induce snow blasts without the hazards of storing and transporting conventional explosives.
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Greipl looked around for affordable software that was powerful enough to make the movable mechanisms that allow oxygen and hydrogen canisters to be changed quickly during a helicopter pit stop.
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Greipl, a university-educated mechanical engineer, constructed the vast majority of solid parts in his own shop from Alibre Design's 3D models. Only three parts required outsourcing to a Computer Numerical Control (CNC) fabricator. Using the software, these 3D parts were easily communicated to subcontractors, says Greipl.


Press Release -- Eleven Exploding Luftballons: Alibre Design User Finds New Way to Move Mountains

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Avalanche Blast is the brainchild of Werner Greipl, who designed the 1387-part assembly in Alibre Design - the fastest growing 3D parametric solid modeling software. Greipl, a helicopter engineer, pilot, and alpine rescue instructor based out of Ottobrunn, Germany, learned the 3D CAD software at the same time he was developing his ideas and sketching out the initial parts for Avalanche Blast. "I got the free trial version and then did the whole job in two weeks," says Greipl. "The Alibre approach is quite straightforward. It didn't take me long to get used to it."

Greipl, a university-educated mechanical engineer, constructed the vast majority of solid parts in his own shop from Alibre Design's 3D models. Only three parts required outsourcing to a Computer Numerical Control (CNC) fabricator. Through Alibre Design, these 3D parts could be easily communicated to subcontractors, says Greipl.
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Greipl, an engineer and pilot, is general manager of Helicopter Travel Munich (HTM), and Fun Flight und Helicopterdienste. He also trains mountain search-and-rescue personnel internationally through his firm Heli Rescue Consult, GmbH: www.helirescueconsult.com.

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