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Square Tubing

eangleton

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I have a question for the Mechanical Engineers. Is there a structural reason not to use square 4130 aircraft tubing instead of round 4130 aircraft tubing to build an airframe. Is strength to weight that much better with round? Just think how fast you could cut, fit and weld a square tube airframe.
 

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