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Brett Jones

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Name: Brett Jones
Country: United Kingdom

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I learnt to fly at the age of 15, always wanted to design my own aircraft. 
I learnt abit about autocad in 2007 as i used to drawn my designs in microsoft paint, since then i have learnt to draw, plot plans and have my drawings cut out by slec uk.
 
last year in 2010 i purchased a cnc machine with a cutting bed of 36 x 24 inches, a standard sheet of depron 1000mm x 700mm fits perfectly on my machine, so i design my parts to fit on this size,
 
I use autocad 2010 to draw, and artcam to convert my drawings into gcode to mach3 which runs my machine
 
My main intrest is designing airliners, i have designed a 747-400, 30'' and 54.5'' wingspan, 737-500 30'' and 59'' wingspan, 727-200 72'' length and 50'' span, dc10 36'' and 60'' wingspan, and airbus A380 40'' wingspan, all made from depron some are built, some are ready to be cut out and built.
 
These aircraft will be powered by edf's and pusher props,.
 
I have had people build my designs from hongkong and Australia. these can be found on rcgroups.com
 
If anybody would like to know more please contact me.
 
just a few pics of my machine and designs by me
 
 
My cnc router 24 x36 inch cutting bed

 
 
De havilland comet 42'' wingspan from depron

 
Airbus A380 40'' wingspan from depron

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