- Jul 30, 2014
- KWHP, Los Angeles CA, USA
Hopefully, we can apply some good old fashioned ingenuity and cleverness, and create some better or more cost-effective way to do it. For example, CNC machining is getting inexpensive enough that the time it saves (versus manually cutting and drilling accurate parts) pays for itself compared to the money the builder makes at their job using the same number of man-hours. If it would have taken 50 hours of time cutting and drilling all the parts for scratchbuilding a fuselage, but now he could have the CNC kit and it only took him 10 hours of overtime at his day job to pay for that CNC cutting upgrade...