«Aileron moulé » : « moulé » is molded in US English or moulded in
traditional English, “aileron” is literally “winglet” but, in this instance,
most likely “rudder blade” (this inferred from the fact that Amel uses
“contre-aileron”, loosely translatable as “counter-winglet” to designate the
“Venant de moulage” literally means “from a mold” but, in this instance and
in my opinion, means that it is a molded FRP part and not some other kind of
With all due respect for everyone at Amel, and I do respect them all, you
all know that their English is somewhat hesitant but I can tell you that
their French is also sometimes not entirely academic.
Hope this helps.
Formerly SM 232
[mailto:amelyachtowners@...] On Behalf Of Dave_Benjamin
Sent: lundi 13 décembre 2010 03:22
Subject: [Amel] Re: New file uploaded to amelyachtowners
Can anyone help with translation?
There is a crosshatched area with caption containing "aileron moule" and
another caption above containing "venant de moulage." I've tried Google
translate but I'm not getting good info.
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