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Old Sep 12, 2008, 11:35 PM
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Pat: whadayamean FUN !?!?! :-)

All those notches in the Pusher jets - wheeew !
plus making templates adn printing yada yada yada

If I didnt have my CNC I'd have bagged the whole bunch of em .

ok ok ok everyone has their own version of "fun" .
It s a great hobby no mater how you "Get There".

I like sitting at the computer and laying out the parts for the most material efficiency.
Then cutting , then the whole thing just falls together.

Depron comes in 13x39 white and 15 x 39 black from rcfoam.com
unless you want to pay BIG shipping costs.
If you want bigger just glue some together on their edges.

Thats a plus for the FFF blue core guys who get 24" x 48" times 25 sheets / bundle.

For a really NICE build Depron is the "Choice material" !

Blue is, IMHO, for lesser or low budget projects.

As it is I have both and the cost of MORE servos. Rx's, ESC's, etc etc
is running me out of resources. Cheap foam or not !

But , still , this Northstar project is a worth while project regardless.
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