CASE STUDY: Juno Race Car
Speed demands accuracy & extreme precision in design & machining, our plugs helped build a winner.
CUSTOMER: Haeberlin Composites
PROJECT: Juno Race Car
MATERIALS: MDF, Epoxy Spray Putty, Tooling Board & Carbon Fibre Laminate
John Ryall and Gregor Haeberlin employed the services of Jackson Industries to carry out the machining of the full suite of plugs for the Juno race car body fairings and auxiliary components. As a team here at Jackson Advanced Engineering, there is a love of all things fast, on land, in the water, in the sky – wherever aerodynamics are required, we thrive.
The project included countless hours of machining across dozens of plugs, utilising base materials such as MDF, tooling board and epoxy-based spray putty to create the finished plugs suitable for production. Haeberlin Composites used these plugs to fabricate the high accuracy moulds for carbon fibre components which go on the race car.
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