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    Ultimate Cheap Skate Daniel Kezar's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockyboy View Post
    Does the soaking reduce the smoke and burn marks?
    i believe so.
    Major RC's in Flying Condition:FT Flyer (flown once, crashed, repaired), FT Sparrow (unpowered free flight version, flown soooo much, fixed sooo much), FT Simple Soarer (built with electronics, no motor, not flown),
    In Progress:B.A.T. 150% size (some pieces cut out, some not measured out yet), FT Simple Scout (plans taped together), FT Simple Cub (plans printed),
    Retired RC's none yet, although the sparrow is getting close.
    I also have an Axial SCX10 Deadbolt (crawler)

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    Free Flight Indoorist FAI-F1D's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockyboy View Post
    Does the soaking reduce the smoke and burn marks?
    Yes on the burn marks. It limits cutting to only the area directly in the laser beam so the combustion doesn't propogate outside that region. This gives a consistent kerf exactly the width of the beam.
    J&H Aerospace - home of the rocketplanes!

    FTFF '17 winning Folkerts SK-4
    FTFF '18 Daimler-Benz Projekt B aka pure insanity with wings

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