RCFoamCutter Announcing the Addition of a Mini CNC Hot Wire Foam Cutter for Cutting Wings
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RCFoamCutter, a manufacturer of low-cost foam cutters has developed a "mini" 4-axis CNC hot wire foam cutting machine to be mostly used by flying model builders, RC flyers and universities' engineering programs for cutting wings and fuselages.

SUNNYVALE, Calif. - Californer -- RCFoamCutter LLC, a Bay Area California based designer and manufacturer of low-cost high-end CNC hot wire foam cutting machines announces the addition of a mini foam cutter new line of equipment to be available to its customers in August 2021. The machine can cut EPS, XPS and EPP foam with the size of 12" x 6" with up to 30" hot wire length and a cutting speed of up to 20" per minute.

The mini foam cutter is a true 4-axis machine, capable of cutting tapered shapes where one side cutting a different shape than the other side. It comes fully assembled and tested, not as a kit, so the customer does not need to spend time on putting it together. The electronics are sold separately on our website, or can be purchased on eBay, Amazon or anywhere on the web, as well as the customer will need to download the cutting software.

The mini machine's advantage is that it is small enough to be placed on a table top, similar to a 3D printer. This new machine addition is offered at a low affordable price, and is a cost-effective solution to anyone wanting to cut airplane parts automatically rather than manually, for first time users of foam cutters, or whoever is opening a new small business and does not want to spend too much out of pocket. It is designed mainly, but not solely for cutting wings, cores and fuselages, therefore is intended to be mostly used by airplane flying model builders, RC hobbyist, RC flyers enthusiasts as well as high schools, universities and other academic institutes, specifically Aerospace and Aeronautic Engineering programs.

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The mini machine users can select the software that is convenient for them. They can use Mach3 software and hardware for operating the machine or they can use GRBL software and hardware. Both are available on the company's website, or "off the shelf" online, as well as a selection of different tutorials. There are also several different options for generating G-Code to draw the desired shapes and specifically for cutting foam wings, such as DevCad, FoamWorks and more.
To learn more visit www.rcfoamcutter.com send your inquiry to info@rcfoamcutter.com or call 408-400-7050

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RCFoamCutter / Sage Barnea
info@rcfoamcutter.com
408-400-7050


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