DeHavilland DH12 Fictional concept based on composite technologies.  This airframe structure consists of
a flexible plastic skin with a compressable continuous flux core and a tubular alloy substructure frame
lattice similar to old race car technologies which enable stronger airframe possibilities with less worry to
the actual exterior being the primary stress structure carrier and thus allows for repairs to be made far
less expensive.  The 'skin' of the structure would be uniquely flexible, similar to today's modern automobile
flexible skin bumper area's.

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