Do you know the #1 rule for cutting foam? It’s…
“Don’t rush anything!”
Bob was telling me about a wing he was trying to cut in a hurry. He tried to force his way through a cut, and guess what happened…
The wire went through the foam unevenly, cutting the foam so poorly he couldn’t salvage it.
He had to cut the wing all over again… Oops!
So much for being in a hurry.
If you have patience and let the wire do the cutting when you’re cutting foam wings, you’re going to get top-notch results. No matter how slowly you cut, it’s still going to take less time to build a plane with a foam wing than a built-up wing.
So when you’re cutting foam wings, be sure you follow the #1 rule, and “don’t rush anything.”
For more tips, and for a complete demonstration of Bob Furr’s easy and affordable one-person method for cutting foam wings check out his video at http://www.FoamWingCutting.com. (I guess when it comes to foam wing cutting, the one thing you CAN rush on is heading over to the website and getting this video now!)
Oh, and one more thing…
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