Model Airplane News - - FLIGHT TEST -

One of the rea­sons that CAD pro­grams have be­come so popular is that there are now sev­eral com­pa­nies that pro­vide laser-cut­ting ser­vices. You can scan a paper plan your­self and have parts cut for that de­sign, but these plans, be­ing hand-drawn by mod­el­ers, don’t al­ways pro­duce ac­cu­rate parts that fit prop­erly to­gether. Us­ing CAD to pro­duce air­plane plans is the most ac­cu­rate way to en­sure that all the parts and pieces will match up. Here are just a few re­sources for get­ting laser-cut parts. Sev­eral of them work with well-known model de­sign­ers and pro­vide kits as well as laser-cut­ting ser­vices, with ex­cel­lent re­sults:

Laser­cut USA laser­cu­tusa.com

Laser De­sign Ser vices store.laser-de­sign-ser­vices.com

Laser Lizard laser­lizard.com

Man­zano Laser Works man­zanolaser.com

Top Notch Prod­uct Com­pany top­notchk­its.com

Laser cut­ters are be­ing used by many kit man­u­fac­tur­ers as well as se­ri­ous mod­el­ers to quickly pro­duce parts from CAD draw­ing files.

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