Aluminum Alloy UAV Ground Station Parts Professional CNC Machining

Aluminum Alloy UAV Ground Station Parts Professional CNC Machining

Project Quick details Ground control station A ground control station (GCS) is a land- or sea-based control center that provides the facilities for human control of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs or "drones"). It may also refer to a system for controlling rockets within or above the...

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Project Quick details 

Parts applications:the UAV stands on the ground parts
Material:Aluminum alloy, etc.
Manufacturing Process:CNC machining
Finish Treatment:Anodic Oxidation / anodizing
Difficulties & Highlights:High precision
SizeCustomer's 3D/2D drawing
Brand nameNoble
Palace of originShenzhen, China (mainland)

Ground control station
A ground control station (GCS) is a land- or sea-based control center that provides the facilities for human control of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs or "drones"). It may also refer to a system for controlling rockets within or above the atmosphere, but this is discussed elsewhere.
GCS Hardware
GCS hardware refers to the complete set of ground-based hardware systems used to control the UAV. This typically includes the Human-Machine Interface, computer, telemetry, video capture card and aerials for the control, video and data links to the UAV.
Fixed Installation and Vehicle Mounted GCS
Larger military UAVs such as the General Atomics MQ-1 Predator feature what resembles a "virtual cockpit". The pilot or sensor operator sits in front of a number of screens showing the view from the UAV, a map screen and aircraft instrumentation. Control is through a conventional aircraft-style joystick and throttle, possibly with Hands on Throttle and Stick (HOTAS) functionality.
In addition, the GCS consists of satellite or long-range communication links that are mounted on the roof or on a separate vehicle, container or building.
Portable GCS
Smaller UAVs can be operated with a traditional "twin-stick" style transmitter,[4] as used for radio controlled model aircraft. Extending this setup with a laptop or tablet computer, data and video telemetry, and aerials, creates what is effectively a Ground Control Station.
A number of suppliers offer a combined system that consists of what looks like a modified transmitter combined with what is usually a touch screen. An internal computer running the GCS software sits behind the screen, along with the video and data links.
Larger GCS units are also available that typically fit inside flight cases.As with the smaller units, they feature an internal computer running the GCS software, along with video and data links. Large single or dual screens are also fitted that can be high-brightness or treated with an anti-glare coating to increase visibility in bright sunlight. They can either be placed on the ground, on a portable table, or feature integrated folding legs.
Some portable GCS units are in the HOTAS (Hands On Throttle And Stick) layout. This layout includes a 3-Axis Joystick to control yaw, pitch and roll of the UAV. A slide or t-bar fader can increase or decrease the airspeed of the UAV.
GCS Software
GCS software is typically runs on a ground-based computer that is used for planning and flying a mission. It provides a map screen where the user can define waypoints for the flight, and see the progress of the mission. It also serves as a “virtual cockpit”, showing many of the same instruments as in manned aircraft.
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Wrought aluminum alloys
The composition of aluminum alloys are regulated by internationally agreed classifications system for each wrought and cast alloys.
Classification for wrought aluminum alloys:
1xxx Al of 99% minimum purity
2xxx Al-Cu alloys
3xxx Al-Mn alloys
4xxx Al-Si alloys
5xxx Al-Mg alloys
6xxx Al-Mg-Si alloys
7xxx Al-Zn-Mg alloys
8xxx Miscellaneous alloys, e.g. aluminum-lithium alloys
Each registered alloy is described by a four digit number, with a further letter and number indicating the temper,or condition of the alloy.

Designation system in Britain

  • BS (British standard) specifications for general engineering use.

  • BS Specifications for aeronautical use (designated as the L series).

  • DTD (Directorate of Technical Development) specifications issued by the Ministry of Technology for specialized aeronautical applications.

Our Equipment

We have 4 five-axis CNC, more than 30 high-speed CNC machining centers, CNC lathes, CNC carved machines, in total we have more than 50 machining equipment.
We are able to provide machining service of CNC milling, turning, engraving, cutting, tapping, drilling, etc.

Quality control & After-sale service

Quality control: 
We will provide all documents as you need such as inspection report, material report, etc. To meet your quality requirements of products and parts.
After-sale service:
If the parts have any quality problems when you got them, no matter it happened when we made them or caused by the delivery, we will try best to help you to solve the problems and take our part of responsibility, so you will be free from worries.