Take your fashion to new heights with our Aviation Ponytail Holder. Inspired by the design and mechanics behind some of history's most successful flying machines, this set of two ponytail holders come in the colors of your choosing. Don't wait too long, because with these ponytail holders completing your wardrobe, your fashion sense is cleared for take off!
Aerospace engineers create machines that fly. This includes machines designed to fly to space, like rockets, as well as those designed to fly in our atmosphere, like planes and drones. Aerospace engineers employed by companies like Boeing and Airbus work on every inch of the aircraft produced by their companies. Some of their areas of focus include testing the strength of materials used, minimizing overall weight, and improving the way air flows over the wings of the plane.
When building airplanes, it is crucial to make sure that the lift created by the wings and engine can easily overpower the force of gravity created by the weight of the aircraft, passengers, and cargo. However, it is imperative not to compromise the strength of the wings and airplane structure. This means aerospace and mechanical engineers have to perform “stress analysis” on parts of the machine. This reveal how likely parts of the plane are to fail under certain forces and loads. Test such as these, and the engineers who run them, help ensure we all travel safe in the air.
Set of 2 Hair bands
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How its made:
All items are custom printed for you with a 3 day production time and shipped through USPS with 3 day shipping. Expect arrival in 6-7 days from placement of order.
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