Are cores made flat, with the camber and nose/tail curvature coming from the mold and lamination process? Or are cores machined in three dimensions so they have camber even before being laminated?
I remember hearing about some company machining the camber into the cores but I forgot which company that was and have often wondered if that's the norm or the exception. Seems like it would be hard to do efficiently.
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