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Posted by steevie | Mar 29, 2007 @ 10:35 AM | 26,122 Views
Small presentation of my 3 axis CNC Machine

Axis X capacity : 1300mm
Axis Y capacity : 800mm
Axis Z capacity : 80mm
Motor Mill Kress 200W
Driver interface 1 x comio 3 x big step
Software Ninos 3.2
Posted by steevie | Mar 29, 2007 @ 08:29 AM | 20,359 Views
Steevie and Kenji present the toplight's video ! an amazing production by aeromedia !
Posted by steevie | May 07, 2006 @ 10:40 AM | 17,681 Views
Hello everyone,

I've uploaded a couple of photo in flight from my new F-5 Tiger with the colors of "Patrouille Suisse". I thank Pierre-Andre who is the author of the photos.
The model is Parkjet T-38 Talon of Steve Shumate modified in the F-5 Tiger.

Here some technical information :

Weight : 566gr (18.7Oz)
Moteur : Brushless Apache APL20-20
Accumulator : Polyquest 3S1P 1800mAh
Variator : Phoenix 25
Servos : Wing 2x Hitec HS50, Hitec HS55 for derive, Hitec HS56 for stabilator
Propeller : APC 8x6" SlowFly
Receiving : Schulze Alpha 840

Videos :
Vidéos of the flight of my first model are available here :

Best Regards,

Posted by steevie | Apr 23, 2006 @ 03:02 AM | 16,528 Views
I practise the model aircraft on the ground of Vicques in Switzerland.
I am member of the club of "Aéromodélisme Jurassien Delémont" (
Our Track on grass measurement 130m of it length and 30m broad. It is an exceptional place to make fly of the models. Here some photographs of the 20, 21 and 22 April.

Posted by steevie | Apr 15, 2006 @ 11:37 AM | 16,248 Views

Here some images of my last ParkJet FA/18. It is conceived by Steve Shumate and the plan is available on
Yannick Barthe have filmed my flight. Here the link of its video.

I thank it for his work.


Posted by steevie | Apr 07, 2006 @ 11:22 AM | 16,021 Views
The day of opening BaselWorld 2006 in Switzerland, the mark Hamilton (Swatch Group) organized an exceptional show on its stand. Nicolas Ivanoff was present with his Cape 232 of Red Bull Air Race. The Team AMJD associated with Slowflyer for event built counterparts in small-scale models and carried out a race "indoor" on the stand. The goal was to reproduce most accurately Reb Bulll Air Race but in indoor (figures and freestyle).