Originally Posted by Otto Dieffenbach
I'll give it some thought. One issue is how to describe the process. This build process is more sculpting than building and the product does take a fair stick to fly. Superman was carved to the Flyguy drawings from 1 lb foam block.
I'd *bet* it could be CNC-hotwired in a production environment. Not carved down to the final smoothness but to a 'moderately rough' outline that the end user smooths out. I'd *bet* they could be cranked out in ten minutes including setup.
Maybe the FlyingFoam.com folks could offer some advice.
Wouldn't it be awesome to hang a 'hotwire hand' on the end of a robotic arm! I wonder if anyone's ever done that? But to do a complex shape like a human the programming is a monster task.