AMA Chartered Club #563
Projects by Jamie Bowen
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Photos of Jamie's scratch built Sukohi profile
during construction.
These photos show what can be
done with the router
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The photos below show the variety of planes in Jamie's hangar
This Katana is powered
by an OS 90, 4 stroke
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Jamie's Citabria
This Biplane is powered
by an OS 70, 4 stroke

Jamie has constructed a computer controlled foam cutting machine.

He draws the profile he needs using a computer aided drafting program
called CadWorks. He then imports the cad file into FoamWorks which is
the program that controls his foam cutting machine.

You can visit the
FoamWork web site to see details and tutorials of how this process works.
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Jamie also makes his own magnetic actuators for his micro sized planes.

You can visit the
RCGroups forum to see more details of how to make your own
coils for these micro actuators.
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Here's a photo of Jamie's
home-built CNC router in action
cutting the parts for the Sukohi
profile. This CNC router can cut a
full sheet of plywood. Table Is 6' w
x 10' l x 13" d.
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Hangar 9 P51 with
Magnum 120 4 stroke
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