Its just a makita lithium-ion saw, the trick is to use aluminium cutting blades and cut slowly. I also use a wax stick on the blade to stop things getting jammed up. The 2024 cuts really nicely (when I keep the saw stfraight):gig::gig: I also clamp the part being cut behind the saw as I had one piece grab and remove most of the teeth from the saw blade:depressed.Whoa! That saw sure has a good battery if you can cut slabs of 2024 just like that. Your work is inspiration to everyone! Also, I'm sceptical that both of your engines are mockups, the silvery one must be real!
Thank you for all this information and wonderful pictures and I want to know if you are a fan plane binary blade or blade three and which one
So you can call me a fool :gig:, I thought that one of them is real (maybe I should look a little bit closer). Thanks for updates Shannon nice work.Both engines are mockups, they fool people in real life too.
A week ago I was reading something, somewhere (sorry don't remember where was that)about a jet version of the Cri Cri, from what I remember one of the issues was, jet exhaust temperature, owner removed jet engines because he was worried about potential problems with delamination (is it correct word?) of the bond between ribs and wing skin.A jet CriCri would rock, the downsides are a very short flight time